I am making oatmeal waffles .
I've been making these for about 20 years and they're so easy .
You , you will not believe it .
And I make them for company and everybody loves them and they're just really simple .
So let me show you how you can do it two ways .
You can either take your oats and put in a dry blender and just blend them into a flour and then add your water to them .
Or it's , I have a family of four and I usually do about five or six cups of oats .
Right now .
I'm doing four cups of oats .
I don't have a particular exact recipe because I wing it every time .
Ok , I started with the four cups of oats in my blender .
And then I have some honey here and I just put in you .
I have found you need the honey to make your waffles turn brown .
I don't know why .
It just , they don't turn out when you don't put some sweetener honey .
And I usually do honey .
Um , so that was probably about two tablespoons and four cups of oatmeal .
And then over here I have , um , a couple of teaspoons of vanilla .
And then I have some Himalayan pink salt and I put about a teaspoon and then I just put some water in here and you'll see it just , I just put it into a certain point right about right to cover it and it barely covered it .
Got it nice and water low .
See what's gonna happen .
These oats are gonna swell after you blend them , you're gonna let them sit for about 10 minutes and as they sit , they're gonna get thicker and you're gonna add more water to it until you get a nice thick batter .
So it doesn't really matter exactly how much you get in here right here .
Um , yet .
So now I'm gonna blend it .
It's gonna be loud .
Hang on .
So now you have your batter and it's , it's a little thin .
I can already feel it moving around .
So I , I can tell I've been making them for so long .
See , it's a little thin , but guess what , after this sits here for about 10 minutes , it's gonna get thicker and it's gonna be probably perfect .
And if it gets too thick , you'll just add a little bit of more water .
And then I put it in my , my waffle maker , uh , for about , um , I set a timer for my waffle maker for about seven minutes .
So I have a Belgian waffle waffle maker here and I have another thin waffle maker here .
And , um , so you'll see I'll just let it heat up real nice .
It still has the red .
So I'll wait till it turns green and I'll pour in there , but just let it sit for 10 minutes and get your batter nice and thick .
And then I'll show you the waffles as we go .
So you can see , it's a nice , thick consistency and I'm , it's ready to pour into my waffle maker .
The longer it sits the , you know , it'll keep getting thicker it and at one point it'll stop getting thicker .
It'll just get to its thickest , thickest part .
So you might have to add more water to it as you go .
But this is it .
Here we go .
I'm ready to pour it .
Ok , I'm gonna pour it in with one hand here .
I can do it .
I kind of pour them in round so they fit on the plate because my husband and the kids will eat my , my kids especially will eat a whole round one .
So , and then I will just set my timer for seven minutes and we will have a waffle .
The timer is almost done .
They've been in there for seven minutes .
So here in 54321 , they will be done .
Let's go chat .
Check out those waffles .
How does that look ?
Nice brown waffle ?
You will love them .
I hope you try them and they're great .
They're easy to make quick .
Very , very quick .
I hope you have a great breakfast .
Bye bye .
You can see right here they fit on the plate perfect , ready to devour top and devour and nobody's in here right now .
So I'll cover it until they come in .