Do you love mochi? Oh, I do! I love anything with glutinous rice flour. Yes, to make mochi we need sweet or glutinous rice flour in order to make it sticky. I've used this flour in many of my recipes and this is actually my first to make waffles using it.
So, how did I get this idea? Hmmm... my husband and I ordered milk tea at a tea place here in California and they happened to sell Mochi Waffles so we thought of trying it. It's $5.75 for 2 small pieces. It was so good but I think that's expensive. From there, I looked for recipes online and tweaked it a bit and came up with this idea.
It's homemade and actually super easy to make! With just a few ingredients you may already have in your kitchen, you can prepare this delicious snack in minutes! You can also add ube, pandan or any extract you have available. If you'll ask me, UBE is my favorite!
No waffle maker? No problem, I have experimented and just added extra flour from the waffle recipe and voila, you have Pancake Mochi. Enjoy!
mochi waffles recipe
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