1 1/3 c. flour
1/3 c. powdered milk
1/3 c. nondairy creamer, powdered
2 tsp. baking powder
½ tsp. salt
2 Tbsp. Coffee granules
½ tsp. cinnamon
1 c. coffe brewed
2 c. sugar
To begin this recipe you can bring out a bowl and combine together the first five ingredients, making sure to mix well. In another bowl you can combine the cinnamon and the coffee granules. Spoon about half of your flour mixture into a jar that is pint sized. Layer the coffee mixture on top of the flour mixture before spooning the rest of the flour
mixture on top of the coffee mixture. Give this with the coffee syrup
(instructions below) as a nice gift to a friend.
Next you can make the coffee syrup. To do this, bring out a pan and combine both of the ingredients together. Heat
them up, making sure to stir constantly until the sugar has time to dissolve. Bring this mixture to a boil, without
doing any stirring, for two minutes. At this time, take it off the heat, allow it to cool down to room temperature, and then store in a container until you are ready to use it.
When you are ready to serve you can beat together in a bowl 1 ½ tsp. of vanilla, 1 cup sugar and ½ c. butter that
has been softened. Beat these until they are nice and creamy. Using a pastry blender you can slowly
blend the butter mixture in with the waffle mixture in order to get it crumbly. Place this into a mixing bowl and add
two eggs and ¾ cup of water, stirring so it just begins to mix. Bake this batter in a waffle iron following the instructions that are given with the machine. Serve this with the warm coffee syrup that you made and then enjoy.
Source : Barista at Home.