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  1. #1
    piedmont Guest

    Default Waffles with soy flour

    Not finding exactly what I want on search, looking for a reduced calorie
    with addition of soy flour Waffle recipe.

    What I did find was there are two kinds of soy flour, one with all it's
    natural fat and one without, also found replace up to 15% of wheat flour
    with soy flour. I figured to replace sugar with truvia brand or splenda
    sweetner. Something that will hold up to the temperatures of cooking
    waffles.

    piedmont / mike


  2. #2
    Steve Pope Guest

    Default Re: Waffles with soy flour

    piedmont <[email protected]> wrote:

    >What I did find was there are two kinds of soy flour, one with all it's
    >natural fat and one without, also found replace up to 15% of wheat flour
    >with soy flour. I figured to replace sugar with truvia brand or splenda
    >sweetner. Something that will hold up to the temperatures of cooking
    >waffles.


    It is not necessary to put sugar or sweetener into waffle batter.


    Steve

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    Cindy Hamilton Guest

    Default Re: Waffles with soy flour

    On Apr 23, 11:22*am, spop...@speedymail.org (Steve Pope) wrote:
    > piedmont <See...@ForAddress.Net> wrote:
    > >What I did find was there are two kinds of soy flour, one with all it's
    > >natural fat and one without, also found replace up to 15% of wheat flour
    > >with soy flour. I figured to replace sugar with truvia brand *or splenda
    > >sweetner. Something that will hold up to the temperatures of cooking
    > >waffles.

    >
    > It is not necessary to put sugar or sweetener into waffle batter.
    >
    > Steve


    Possibly it's there for its physical properties (promoting tenderness
    and
    moistness) rather than for its sweetness.

    I'm not enough "Cook's Illustrated" to do a side-by-side comparison,
    though.

    Cindy Hamilton

    Cindy Hamilton

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    piedmont Guest

    Default Re: Waffles with soy flour

    "Steve Pope" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:hqsdvj$c9g$[email protected]..
    > piedmont <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>What I did find was there are two kinds of soy flour, one with all it's
    >>natural fat and one without, also found replace up to 15% of wheat flour
    >>with soy flour. I figured to replace sugar with truvia brand or splenda
    >>sweetner. Something that will hold up to the temperatures of cooking
    >>waffles.

    >
    > It is not necessary to put sugar or sweetener into waffle batter.
    >
    >
    > Steve


    I'll try a small batch without sugar and report back, I put sugar free syrup
    on anyways so that should add the sweet.


  5. #5
    brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Waffles with soy flour

    Cindy Hamilton wrote:

    >On Apr 23, 11:22*am, spop...@speedymail.org (Steve Pope) wrote:
    >> piedmont <See...@ForAddress.Net> wrote:
    >> >What I did find was there are two kinds of soy flour, one with all it's
    >> >natural fat and one without, also found replace up to 15% of wheat flour
    >> >with soy flour. I figured to replace sugar with truvia brand *or splenda
    >> >sweetner. Something that will hold up to the temperatures of cooking
    >> >waffles.

    >>
    >> It is not necessary to put sugar or sweetener into waffle batter.
    >>
    >> Steve

    >
    >Possibly it's there for its physical properties (promoting tenderness
    >and
    >moistness) rather than for its sweetness.
    >
    >I'm not enough "Cook's Illustrated" to do a side-by-side comparison,
    >though.


    How can anyone take waffles seriously, waffles are a novelty food...
    they're hardly a food... waffles are in the same catagory as funnel
    cake.

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