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Blueberry Brown Sugar Waffles

Blueberry Brown Sugar Waffles

The weekends always lead me to start my late mornings with something cozy and warm like these Blueberry Brown Sugar Waffles. I’ve gotta say, I’m much more of a pancake or french toast lover, but every now and then, the waffle craving strikes. There’s just something so good about warm syrup filling the little squares on the waffle, right?

My Blueberry Brown Sugar Waffles are lightly sweet with a little tartness from the fresh berries. I love keeping my waffles on the light side. This is just in case you accidentally pour too much warm maple syrup on top of your waffle. I’ve seasoned my batter simply, only using this wonderful ceylon cinnamon I got from Burlap & Barrel. I thing ginger power, cardamom, or nutmeg would be delicious options here, too.

A few notes when you make this batter, make sure the butter and milk are just warm and not hot. You don’t want to end up cooking your eggs as you mix the batter. If you’re looking for an egg substitute, I like just Just For All brand eggs or I know there are some powder egg substitues by Neat and Bob’s Red Mill. If you use a powder, just add a little more milk to make sure your consistency is still pourable. Lastly, I love letting my batter rest. Giving your batter just a few minutes to settle makes such a difference in bringing the flavors together.

If breakfast is your favorite meal of the day, you might also like my Cardamom Pancakes with Butter Chai Syrup or my Spiced Coconut Milk French Toast.  If you have any questions when making this recipe reach out to me @thefamiliarkitchen on instagram. I’d LOVE to see how it turns out for you and answer any questions you might have!

Blueberry Brown Sugar Waffles
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Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

Category: All Recipes, Breakfast & Brunch

Cuisine: American

Servings: 6

Blueberry Brown Sugar Waffles


  • Dry Ingredients
  • AP Flour, 2 cups
  • Cinnamon, 1/2 tsp
  • Baking Powder, 2 tsp
  • Baking Soda, 1 tsp
  • Salt, 1/2 tsp
  • Wet Ingredients
  • Light Brown Sugar, 1/4 cup
  • White Sugar, 1 tbsp
  • Eggs, 2
  • Unsalted Butter, 1/2 stick, lightly melted
  • Milk, 1 1/2 cups, warmed
  • Lemon Juice, 1 tsp
  • Vanilla Paste, 1 tbsp
  • Blueberries, 1/2 cup

Mix the dry ingredients.

In a bowl, whisk together the dry ingredients.

Mix the wet ingredients.

Now in another bowl, cream together the sugars and eggs using a whisk. Pour in the remaining wet ingredients and whisk together.

Form the batter.

Now, little by little, pour the wet ingredients into the flour mixture. Whisk until completely combined. The consistency of the batter should be slightly thick, but pourable. Let the batter rest for 5-10 minutes.

Make waffles.

Heat your waffle iron and spray with non-stick cooking oil. Once hot, ladle on enough batter to just cover the iron. Place fresh blueberries on top, then close the iron and cook the waffles. Optionally, you can fold the blueberries into the batter. I personally like placing my blueberries so I can know how much will be in each bite 🙂 That's it!

Nutrition Facts

Blueberry Brown Sugar Waffles

Serves 1 waffle

Amount Per Serving
Calories 322.75 kcal
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 11.44 g 17.6%
Saturated Fat 6.49 g 32.5%
Trans Fat 0.31 g
Cholesterol 79.67 mg 26.6%
Sodium 381.3 mg 15.9%
Total Carbohydrate 45.52 g 15.2%
Dietary Fiber 1.54 g 6.2%
Sugars 12.74 g
Protein 8.22 g
Vitamin A 12.87 % Vitamin C 1.7 %
Calcium 20.66 % Iron 5.73 %

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Blueberry Brown Sugar Waffles

Hey! My name is Ann Ittoop and I am a South Indian/American South food blogger. Growing up as a second-generation Indian-American, I got the chance to experience the best of both food worlds, oftentimes on one plate! On one hand I had Kerala staples like appam and chicken curry. On the other I had chicken and waffles. If there’s one thing that has helped me understand my identity and express both ends of my cultural upbringing, it’s most definitely food. I have a firm belief there is literally magic in the cooking process. That’s why most nights you’ll find me in the kitchen. I’m there always testing and creating new recipes that stem from my wild imagination. And I’m there searching for the familiar memories of my childhood. I started The Familiar Kitchen to not only help myself find this magic, but for those seeking a way to find their own magic. Join me on my adventures through cooking classic Kerala-inspired dishes, some of my Southern favorites, and all the recipes in between.

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