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Waffle CookiesThese are great with coffee! Print Recipe Pin Recipe Prep Time 10 minsCook Time 1 hr
Total Time 1 hr 10 mins
2 cups Sugar 2 cups Brown Sugar 1 tsp. Vanilla 1 lb. Butter 4 sticks 9 Eggs 6 cups Flour
Begin by heating up the waffle ironSoften butter in the microwaveMix sugars, butter and vanilla with an electric mixer until fluffyAdd eggs and mix moreGradually add flour about 2 cups at a timeAdd about 1/2 to 3/4 cup batter to hot waffle iron, close lid, check for doneness in about 1 minute.
As other users mentioned, it seemed like the frosting became crumbly after melting and solidifying
The cooked frosting tasted a lot like the kind you’d find on a glazed doughnut.
Sure, it had a yummy flavor, but I didn’t think it compared to the rich, smooth alternative the cookies had straight out of the container.
When I opened the waffle maker, I saw that the frosting had melted into the cookie and around the sides of the iron
The cookie looked nothing like what I had expected it would, but it appeared quite similar to the results of other TikTok users.
Some of the colors were totally absorbed by the sugar cookie itself, and the baked crevices turned a rich, golden hue that resembled an actual waffle.
The residual sugar on the sides of the iron combined with the nonstick spray and made loud smacking, sizzling sounds as I removed the treat.
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