My best memories of Sunday breakfast with the family are the stack of fluffy pancakes and crispy waffles oozing with butter and drenched in syrup, which Mom used to make. What makes these two breakfast food a favorite?
- eggs and
- baking powder;
Some people still prefer one from the other.
Pancakes are fluffier while waffles have crisper exterior because it contain more fats (oil).
The butter and syrup topping usually pool on the surface of the waffle while pancakes absorbed all those butter and syrup.
The waffle batter contains more eggs and the way the egg whites are beaten separately until stiff and folding them into the batter, makes the waffle batter slightly thicker.
The pancake batter on the other hand, produces a denser cakelike mixture.
Although you can make waffles with the pancake batter, and pancakes with the waffle batter; the biggest difference is the manner in which the waffles and pancakes are cooked.
Waffles are cooked on a waffle iron which produces the waffle’s indented surface. Pancakes are cooked with or without using any sort of mold, spooning or pouring on a griddle or a hot skillet which makes it flat and round.
However you cook your waffles and pancakes, which ever you prefer to serve on a Sunday brunch or weekday breakfast, waffles and pancakes will always be an all-time favorite.
Drama is very important in life and everything can have drama if it’s done right. Even waffles and pancake.
Well, that is quite simple really!
What should you do now?
- Spread the gospel of the waffles and pancakes!
- And then tell your friends how much you like eating waffles and pancakes
- Want some help or ideas? Just contact us at Killarney Vale Bakery now.
A waffle is like a pancake with a syrup trap.
~ Mitch Hedberg
Remember – Waffles and Pancakes