Breakfast always tastes better with bubbles, prosecco or champagne that is. It's my personal opinion that every brunch or breakfast be served with this delicious sparkling drink. I've made champagne cupcakes, I've also used prosecco in cocktails like my citrus spritz cocktail, but I've never made champagne waffles, until now. When I say these are absolutely perfect, I mean it. You're going to want to make these recipes for virtually every occasion, just because they're that good.
Champagne, or prosecco, waffles are perfect for celebrating life and all the amazing moments it provides for us. Originally, I made them to celebrate New Years, but as the year has gone on, I've realized there is a lot more to celebrate than just the ringing of a new year. These waffles made with bubbles are fluffy, moist, and deliver on taste like you wouldn't believe. Pop open a bottle of your favorite bubbles and get baking!
It might not seem like there's a difference initially, but in fact, prosecco and champagne are actually different! Champagne tends to be a drier wine, whereas prosecco is a bit on the sweeter side. Both equally delicious, bubbly, and fabulous choice for a drink. It's my favorite wedding drink. Nevertheless, no matter if you use prosecco or champagne for these waffles, you're going to love them and crave them, just like I do.
Great question! When adding a carbonated drink to baked goods, it actually gives the end result a deliciously airy, fluffy texture. I happen to know that adding seltzer to matzoh balls, it gives the matzoh balls an airy, less dense taste, so why not add some bubbles to waffles? I say go for it (clearly I do because I'm writing this recipe post, but I digress).
The beauty of making waffle recipes is the ease of using minimal tools. All you'll need is below:
Of course, the most important ingredient is the prosecco or champagne, but see the list below for what you will need to make these waffles.
A few minutes to prep the batter, a few more minutes to make the waffles, and even shorter amount of time to consume the waffles because they're amazing.
You sure can! Use almond milk instead of cow's milk and swap out the egg for a flax egg or applesauce.
Sure, just note that changing the flour may alter the overall taste, but if you choose to make these GF and DF, using a 1:1 cup gluten free flour is what I suggest. For the milk, simply swap for almond, oat, or soy.
Yep, throw them in a ziplock bag and freeze for up to two months! To defrost, simply take them out of the freezer about an hour before you want to eat them.
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Celebrate every single occasion in your life with these amazingly fluffy waffles, champagne waffles that is. A little prosecco is all it takes to make these waffles sparkly, bubbly, and taste incredible for your next bruncheon (yes, it's a thing). Cin CIn!
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