Wednesday, February 19, 2014

How to Fix an Ugly Waffle Stick

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  1. Looks like a totally different stick!

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  2. Haha! I was wondering how in the world you got the first one to look like the second--and then I read the words. Genius. :) Have a super week! Power on!

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    1. I might have to make those words a little bigger, they are kind of small. Happy Super Week to YOU.

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  3. Great tip... my solution was less healthy... included smothering it with dollops of ice-cream and melted chocolate :)

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    1. Tried the melted chocolate this week, but no ice cream in the house. Does sound good, though.

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  4. It's so practical and lovely I'd bake them savoury with whole-wheat flour and use them for my breakfast with some cream cheese :)

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    1. That does sound good, Dezzy. I'm going to play with a spicy hot cheese one.

      All the batches up until this one, have been brown flour. Last night's super, Cinnamon Sugar Wheaten Waffle Sticks, with all the breakfast fixins.

      This is one fun toy.

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  5. Such a simple solution! Smart girl...

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  6. Looks sooo good, even not flip.
    mama

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  7. Nobel Peace Prize will surely be on its way!!!

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  8. it all digests the same

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  9. Or just cover it with a cup and a half of whipped cream.

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  10. Hah!

    Dipping it in maple syrup will also make it much more delightful to the eye.

    Though that decreases the amount of time before it's all consumed.

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    1. We have great local maple here. Ah, nothing like that crap from the store.

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  11. Oh, the secret stuff you can learn online.

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  12. Even I can do that! Cool!

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    1. Waffles, made easy. Ta-daaa!

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  13. I just hide mine bellow a load of butter :-)

    Ian

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  14. Ditto what Alex said :)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by today.

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  15. ha ha! I do this when I screw up with the wrong amount of breadcrumbs on one side, or, you know, slightly over browning one side of something.

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    1. This trick works on many levels.

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  16. Good one! My cheeks hurt for smiling. Cheers!!

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    1. I laughed when I saw it in real life.

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