Berti’s wholemeal waffles

Berti’s wholemeal waffles

Hello everybody,

Berti is back again! And since you know me quite well, you’ve probably already suspected that I’ve tested new recipes. This time I took my waffle iron out of the storeroom and prepared fresh wholemeal waffles for my mouse breakfast. Mmm, they were so good!


Ingredients for the wholemeal waffles:

  • 125 g wholemeal spelt flourBerti’s wholemeal waffles
  • 125 g wholemeal wheat flour
    • You can also take 250 grams of one type of wholemeal flour. And of course, I have ground my flour fresh with my Salzburg grain mill)
  • 3 teaspoons baking powder
  • 30 g of whole cane sugar (or other sweeteners like honey or any syrup)
  • 100 g of butter
  • 4 eggs (I always pay attention to organic quality and that the chicken (whose eggs I eat) have a good life)
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • cinnamon, vanilla extract
  • 180 ml milk or plant-based drink (to make a viscous dough, you may need a bit more milk)
  • Oil (to grease the waffle iron)



Put butter, sugar, salt, eggs and cinnamon/vanilla extract in a bowl and mix well. Add the baking powder to the wholemeal flour and stir both under the dough. Then add the milk / plant-based drink so that the dough has a viscous consistency.

Now grease the waffle iron with oil and heat. Depending on the size of your waffle iron, add about a ladle full of dough. The waffles are ready as soon as they no longer stick to the iron and have a golden-brown color.

You can now spread the fresh wholemeal waffles with anything you want. Either with jam, compote, whipped cream or fresh fruit, Berti’s wholemeal waffles taste great anyway!

I wish you all the best!

See you soon,

your Berti


And how you can prepare crunchy granola yourself, you’ll find out here >>

2019-03-27T08:54:33+00:00March 27th, 2019|Berti the mill-mouse, Recipe|0 Comments

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