Servings: 6 to 8
Buckwheat and whole wheat flours give these waffles a nutty flavor, while bacon adds a smoky, salty crunch. Look for buckwheat flour in well-stocked supermarkets.
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These were delicious. It was nice to start the batter the night before. I served the bacon on the side. Buckwheat is grayish, but I love its hearty flavor. I'm making them again tomorrow.
Sorry to say these tasted terrible.Had one bite and tossed it away and made buttermilk pancakes. (a fine cooking recipe which is yummy)The colour was purple not like the photo.
The buckwheat flour turned the batter an unappetizing shade of gray. I didn't care for the smell or the taste of the buckwheat flour. The picture in the magazine looks different. I would try this with regular or whole wheat flour.
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