Stacks of Waffles
I have two round waffle irons which I normally use, but Jeffrey brought home one that makes these square waffles (from his grandparents' house). It takes a lot longer making a batch of waffles in just one waffle iron, but these are perfect for warming up in the toaster. So I make a whole batch of them and freeze them in bread sacks. Then any time the kids want waffles for breakfast, they just grab a couple out of the freezer, pop them in the toaster, and they soon have hot waffles. I know people buy frozen waffles in the store, but I'm way too cheap for that - and the way my kids go through them, a box wouldn't last for any time!
Here's my recipe. I looked through several cookbooks before I found one I liked. So many waffle recipes want you to separate the eggs and whip the egg whites. That seemed like too much work to me, so I looked until I found a recipe that didn't require that.