“Oh Kelly, why didn’t you post Monday?” asked no one. Sorry, I was too busy watching the Game of Thrones season finale. After the previous episode, nothing (okay, almost nothing) about this episode surprised me. Should I read the books? Maybe. But considering the fact that I need a fricken diagram to keep all of the characters in the TV straight, I don’t think it’s ever going to happen. The entire first season, I kept confusing all of the men with beards (i.e., every single man on the show) for any other man with a beard. It didn’t go well, and thus my diagram.
What does that have to do with waffles? Only everything (don’t listen to me, I’m clearly a liar). Normally, I’m a pancake girl through and through, but sometimes after taste testing 8 billion microwave pancake recipes, a girl just needs a waffle. You know, a pancake in fancy clothing. I also just couldn’t pass up some alliteration, so I made a whole wheat waffle. I was hoping that vegans suddenly decided to go by wegans for some quadruple alliterationing, but you can see that didn’t fly.
Why vegan? Because I actually covered the end product in egg and I just don’t feel good about making something with eggs and then stuffing it with egg. That’s too much egg. Plus, I rarely have eggs on hand and flax keeps in the freezer for basically forever. Despite only containing a splash of oil, these pancakes crisp up nicely. Serve right away, if you let them sit for too long they’ll get soggy, but they reheat nicely in a toaster.
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