Peanut Butter Waffles with Custard & Raspberries

It's the weekend! So what's for breakfast?

 
I walked around my pantry this morning and found some leftover berries from last weekend's dessert challenge, some custard and some crunchy peanut butter. So I quickly decided to pull out my waffle maker and started making waffles! I personally have always preferred waffles to pancakes. They're so much thicker and fluffier and crunchy too! Waffles are pretty awesome... and here's a pretty awesome Peanut Butter Waffles Recipe, enjoy :)

Ingredients:
1 cup plain flour, sifted
2 tsp baking powder
1 tbsp caster sugar
1/4 cup crunchy peanut butter
1 egg - beaten
1 cup full cream milk
2 tbsp vegetable oil
1/4 tsp salt
Cooking spray or melted butter
1/4 cup custard
1/2 cup frozen raspberries
Golden syrup to drizzle
Icing sugar to dust


Method:
Preheat waffle maker to medium high. Mix the flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl. In a separate bowl, mix the egg, peanut butter, milk, sugar and oil. Add this to the flour mixture and combine well.

Spray the hot waffle iron lightly with oil, or brush with butter. Fill it with batter and cook until it turns just brown approximately 2 - 3 mins. Serve immediately. Drizzle with some golden syrup, top with custard, top with raspberries and dust with icing sugar.




48 comments:

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kitchenarian said...

I love peanut butter and this sounds delicious. Instead of custard I would probably smear nutella on the waffle. Yum. Thanks!

sinfullyspicy said...

waffles...peanut butter..custard...raspberries..what more can I ask for...superb for a breakfast binge!

Imwaytoobusy said...

Oh, wow... I used to be a waffle fanatic and have been on a bit of a hiatus. After this post, that will be changing! You've stirred up some serious waffle cravings :)

Michelle Chin said...

The word peanut butter is enough to send me to food heaven!

Do you know that peanut butter can be very good for your health if consumed at moderation? It helps to fight nasty cravings.

coolblogger said...

wow. this is one good-looking dish. Cant wait to eat.

Green Girl @ A little bit of everything said...

what a perfect weekend breakfast, tho I wouldn't say no to one right now

Chef Dennis said...

wow...peanut butter waffles sound amazing, then the custard and berries, I can only imagine just how delicious that must have been....the crunch of the waffle and the velvety smoothness of the cream and tartness of the berries...such an explosion of flavours!

Belinda @zomppa said...

Peanut butter waffles! Fantastic breakfast!!






Dr.Sameena Prathap
said...

Hi Kimba,

Looks so lovely and yummy...:)


Dr.Sameena@
http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

Amy said...

These sound amazing! I am getting hungry looking at the photo :)!

Indonesian Di Turkey said...

ouuchhh... send one pls!! :))

Alissa @ Not Just Apples said...

yum! amazing idea, these look so good :)

Amy Bakes Everything said...

That looks wonderful! Peanut Butter Rocks!

Pretend Chef said...

That looks so delicious!

Stella said...

This waffle does look awesome, Kimba! Yum...;)

Coraine said...

WHoah Kimberly,
I'm sure your waffles sure are delicious~~
I so wanna make them~! But I don't have a waffle maker..Yet..HEHE

Sue said...

What a great combination of flavors and SO pretty! I agree...waffles over pancakes:)

cheerful said...

i'm a penut butter fan...and this one really looks so tasty, yummy! thanks for sharing your recipe! oh, i love your waffle shape! happy weekend! :)

Anna's Table said...

Your waffles look amazing! The raspberries add such a light and fresh look.....YUM!!!

Gourmet Gadget Gal said...

I'm thinking the peanut butter in the waffle will give enough protein to carry you until lunch - a problem I have with regular waffles - I'm always starving 2 hours later.

Cake Duchess said...

Oh my goodness! Waffles with custard! I am in love with this recipe. I want this for breakfast tomorrow. Have a wonderful weekend sweetie:)

Kay Heritage said...

Beautiful, Kimba!

Conor @ Hold the Beef said...

My Sunday breakfast pales in comparison to this beauty. It's just gorgeous.

Jennifer-Adventuresome Kitchen said...

Positively decadent. You have me wishing I had raspberries laying about!

Emma said...

So gorgeous! And peanut butter waffles! Makes me wish I had a waffle maker.

penny aka jeroxie said...

you have a waffle maker! That just looks amazing. so comforting.

Carolyn said...

I prefer waffles to pancakes too! These look truly amazing.

Kimberly @ Servantless American Cook said...

Waffles are WAY better than pancakes. Those look fantastic.

Peggy said...

Oh man... now you've got me hungry for waffles! Good thing it's breakfast time!

Becky said...

Congratulations on the Top 9 today!

stephanie said...

Super clever recipe!! Thank you for sharing.

Spicie Foodie said...

What a delicious recipe! You have a beautiful blog with fabulous recipes.

baking.serendipity said...

Your waffle iron makes such awesomely shaped waffles! I love this recipe :)

Angellove's Cooking said...

I am in love with this!!!! The recipe is fantastic, thanks for sharing :)

Mexico in my kitchen said...

Everything looks so yummy in your blog. It is hard to decide what to do with that many options.

Thanks for taking the time to post about your great cooking.

Mely

Beth said...

This looks incredible! What a delicious and clever concept.

My Little Space said...

Congrats, you're in FB top 9!
Kristy

Torviewtoronto said...

beautiful presentation

Wilde in the Kitchen said...

Looks amazing! I wish someone would make these for my breakfast!

briarrose said...

This may be one of the best waffles I have ever seen. ;) Lovely job!

Alina said...

I guess everyone loves waffles and everyone loves peanut butter, so this is a perfect breakfast! or a dessert! I'd love to see these waffles on my breakfast table tomorrow, but I'm afraid it's just a nice dream :)))

Manu said...

Great job!!! These waffles are awesome! Perfect for Dez 25th breakfast!

Maria said...

My kiddies would so enjoy seeing these delicious waffles in front of them for breakfast on weekends ... heck we adults would too. I really need to invest in a waffle iron.

thehungryartist said...

I love peanut butter too. Great way to incorporate it into waffles!

Kocinera said...

Wow! These waffles are so gorgeous!! I love the freshness of the custard and raspberries, too. Not to mention the fact that these contain peanut butter. Too delicious!! This would make for such a wonderful breakfast.

Carrian said...

these look wonderful!

Kori said...

PB in waffles? I'm sold! These sound delicious and look gorgeous! What a beautiful breakfast!

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