Brunch is such a quintessential weekend meal. No one wants brunch on a Wednesday, but Sunday Brunch is a must go to. I don’t love going out to lunch, mostly because I can make most of the foods and that involves me getting out of my pajamas. I prefer my brunches at home, with cartoons, and in my plaid pajama pants. If you share my philosophy on brunch, this recipe is for you! The best perk is the beermosas! Yes, that is what is pictured to the left. Its a mimosa made with West Sixth’s Transylvania Tripel.
Bite into Brunch
Makes 2-3 Servings
Cast iron pan
8 ounces Flour
1 ounce Sugar
1/2 Teaspoon Salt
1 Tablespoon Baking Powder
2 Eggs, Seperated
1 lb Milk
2 ounces melted butter
1) Begin by combing the flour, sugar, salt, and baking powder.
2) Mix in the 2 eggs and 2 yolks, as well as the milk.
3) In a separate bowl, beat the egg whites until light and fluffy.
4) Gently stir the egg whites into the batter.
5) Brush the hot waffle iron with butter before pouring in the batter. Close and let it cook.
6) In a cast iron pan, begin cooking the sausage links.
7) On a cutting board, chop up the two apples and the canned pears. Toss them into a bowl and stir with coconut.
8) Slice the orange into wedges.
9) Take out the finished waffle and pour in batter for the next one.
10) Flip the sausage links to make sure they cook evenly.
11) In a glass, pour it 3/4 of the way full with Belgian Tripel (Beer) and then top with orange juice. Serve with a orange slice.
12) Begin heating up some maple syrup in a sauce pan.
13) Serve the waffles hot with a side of sausage, fruit salad, warm syrup, and a nice Beermosa!
Normally, I would have plated the fruit salad on the waffle, but my husband prefers it on the side. I do love the taste of fresh waffles. I think they taste even better with a bit of morning drinking and plenty of cartoons.