What’s Cookin’ – Cinnamon Pecan Waffles

I ran across a recipe for Essential Buttermilk Syrup on The Pioneer Woman’s Tasty Kitchen website, and have had it sitting in my copyholder for awhile now.

We usually celebrate Father’s Day and Mother’s Day by going to church together and then sharing a large, homemade breakfast after.

This Father’s Day was no different except that I hadn’t had time to go grocery shopping or plan the meal that I was going to make.  The two days prior to Father’s Day, I was traveling across the state with one of my babies on a college orientation visit.  And I had taken the other kid on her visit two days before that.  I traveled over 1,000 miles in four days.

On the ride home, as the kid slept in the seat next to me, I called my dear, sweet hubby and worked out the details.  It’s a good thing that he’s a good sport since I sent him to the grocery store to buy the stuff for his special day.

I decided to make waffles, but wanted something that would go with the Essential Buttermilk Syrup that I had decided to try.  So I made up a new waffle recipe using cinnamon and pecans that ended up going perfectly with the syrup which was warm and wonderfully caramelly tasting.

I hadn’t planned on sharing the waffle recipe I made up, but it was so good, especially with this syrup, that I changed my mind.  I don’t have step-by-step instructions, but it’s a basic waffle recipe with some extra special ingredients added.

Cinnamon Pecan Waffles with Essential Buttermilk Syrup.

Cantalope with assorted berries sprinkled with a little Splenda.

Our Father’s Day brunch meal – cinnamon pecan waffles with fruit salad, bacon, and sausage.


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