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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and honestly, I am a huge fan of breakfast food anyway. I'm almost always up for French toast, pancakes, or waffles. Something else I love about breakfast is that, when I actually eat breakfast, I have so much more energy throughout the day When I have a particularly hardy breakfast complete with waffles, eggs, bacon, and sausage, I sometimes feel like I could even run a race! Here is a great recipe for waffles that will give you energy and stamina to last you all throughout the day. You could eat these and run a 10K!
You will need the following ingredients:
To start off making your endurance pancakes, mix the butter, eggs, and milk all together. You should probably use a hand mixer to mix it, because with the butter, mixing it all by hand could be a little taxing and time consuming. Once the butter, eggs, and milk are all properly combined, you are set to start adding the rest of the ingredients (the whole wheat flour, oatmeal, wheat germ, baking powder, salt, and vanilla). Don't add the ingredients all at once, however. That could make for a dry and not too tasty waffle batter. Add the ingredients slowly and gradually. It also is not a bad idea to combine all of the dry ingredients in a separate bowl and then add that mixture gradually. Again, you should probably use a hand mixer to properly and adequately mix the dry ingredients in with the butter, egg, and milk mixture. (And, don't forget to mix the vanilla in with the rest of the ingredients!)
Once you have the waffle batter mixed up, you can start making the waffles! You will need a waffle iron for sure, and you'll need to be there to monitor the waffles while they bake. These waffles work best on a waffle iron that doesn't make Belgian waffles. All you have to do is make the waffles in the waffle iron and serve with syrup, and then you'll be ready to run a 10K!