Soft, easy to eat waffles

by Anna
(The Special Life)

Our son has a hard time chewing and can't handle hard consistency very well. But, he loves waffles.

By accident we discovered that if you use lactose free milk, you'll end up with soft, delicious waffles.

They're easy to chew and swallow, so he can now have them anytime, and we don't have to worry that he'll gag or choke. They're also easier to cut.

Here's the full recipe:

2 eggs
2 cups lactose free milk
2 1/4 cups flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 tablespoon vanilla extract

Put all ingredients in a bowl and mix thoroughly.
(We use a Bamix handheld and love it.)

Pour enough waffle mix onto your preheated waffle iron for your waffle and cook till golden, usually about 3 minutes.

Why make hockey pucks if you don't have to?

p.s. this makes a good addition to a recipe journal, especially if you need to think about special food requirements. Your caregivers will thank you.

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