This is the next-best-thing to fresh fruit on waffles... This topping is just sweet enough to allow the fresh baked waffle to really shine. We’ve even enjoyed these for dinner occasionally - when we are too weary to prepare a traditional evening meal.
With cold weather at our door - we love to make waffles on Saturday mornings. I’ll post our favorite Belgian waffle soon... it’s great! This past weekend was our first real blast of winter - and we celebrated being able to stay home in our jammies by making waffles - with this great syrup.
My daughter brought this to our own little reunion (just my kids, their spouses, and my grandkids) on the Oregon coast a few years ago. It was perfect - just sweet enough, yet the fruit made it seem healthy. Poured over a warm, buttered waffle - this is absolute breakfast heaven!
Since I don’t often freeze fresh peaches, I used a quart bottle of peaches from last year. I simply drained them, diced them, and used the reserved juices in place of the water in the recipe. I’m sure fresh peaches would be terrific - but this was a good way to use home bottled fruit.
For this delicious, simple recipe - go to:
www.changeabletable.com ("full house" tab)