Ed may have cracked the code for the impossible meal. While it was designed as a morning tea, it can easily be eaten at breakfast, lunch, or dinner. And these waffles cater for everyone, being gluten free. It’s the kind of dish that seems like it might take some effort, but it’s actually far simpler than you might imagine. Some grating, some measuring, some mixing. And if you don’t have a waffle iron, you could just make them as pancakes.
For the full recipe, get the May 2023 issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine.