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Mochi Waffles *moffles

Moffles’ are mochi thrown into a waffle maker, thus calling themselves…moffles. While that’s all well and good, I wanted to make an actual WAFFLE. So I made up some waffle batter but changed the ingredients to add mochiko. What I got was a crispy waffle with a mochi chew, not too far off the weirdness path and perfect for brunch. (It tastes better in a Hello Kitty waffle maker, for sure)

1 cup flour
1 cup mochiko
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 Tablespoons sugar
3 teaspoons baking powder
1-1/2 cups milk
2 eggs

Prep your waffle iron by buttering it up. The mochiko makes this batter pretty sticky, so you want to make sure you can get them out.

Combine all the dry ingredients, then add the wet. Mixing until just combined.

Pour into your waffle maker, and wait til they come out a nice crispy brown.

You’ll notice the familiar mochi chew. Great with fruit and syrup – something different for your morning breakfast.

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Mochi Waffles *moffles



16 Responses to “Mochi Waffles *moffles”

  1. Shari says:

    Have to make these. When you said “familiar Mochi chew” that’s when I said “Uh yeah, where can I get me some Mochiko? I’m thinking Mitsuwa must have it.” Yes?

  2. Pink says:

    Those are adorable! I need a HK waffle maker now.

  3. justJENN says:

    @shari YES. They will have it.

  4. Pink says:

    As I was thinking about these waffles last night (yes, I am that lame), it reminded me of a treat that I love. Jenn, not sure if you’ve ever been to Japan or Taiwan, but they have this donut chain called Mister Donut in Asia. Their signature donut is a bread-ish, chewy, mochi-ish donut that is to die for. These remind me a lot of those donuts.

  5. kk says:

    These Hello Kitty moffles are adorable!!

  6. Rachel says:

    This is such a cool idea. Now I just need a waffle maker! Who is the bear on the left? It looks like Rilakkuma. :)

  7. These look great!

  8. laura says:

    these are the cutest things i have ever seen!! i’m going to get a hello kitty waffle maker tomorrow.

  9. wendy says:

    Sounds yummy. I just bought some mochiko too.

  10. kt says:

    Looks good! This reminds me of a traditional Japanese treat called “taiyaki” except yours has a hello kitty twist! Here’s the article about “taiyaki” on wikipedia:

  11. Abie says:

    Oh man, I love your style. “It tastes better in a Hello Kitty waffle maker, for sure”. Ha! ^_^

    All of your recipes sound amazing. I can’t wait to try them!

  12. jenni hwang says:

    I LOVE YOUR SITE! I have this waffle maker! Now I must make these!

  13. winky and binky says:

    we just made these with a sprinkling of chopped ghiradelli 60 % cacao chocolate chips, which kicked it up a notch… rave reviews from 5- and 7- year old gourmets… considering stir-ins like matcha powder or black sesame…

    btw, mr. donut green tea version is to die for!…

  14. CS says:

    Kudos for not being afraid to make moffles from scratch!

  15. Anonymous says:

    Hmm Flavourful! *-). Thank you for the share

  16. Viv says:

    Hi Jenn!

    Where did you get the hellokitty mochi makrs?

    I can’t seem to find it anywhere!

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