I love waffles and I love blueberries - so what better thing to do than to mix them.
I found a blueberry sauce and waffles recipe in the Gooseberry Patch cookbook you can find on the right (with the rest of my cookbooks).
The waffles didn't turn out - I ended up scrambling the eggs when I put the melted shortening in the mix (tempering - I gotta remember that). But, thankfully, Claudia had brought me a mix from Fosters in Durham - so I used that.
Here is the sauce:
Blueberry Sauce (for pancakes or waffles)
1/2 cup sugar
1 T cornstarch
1/2 cup water
1 pint (2 cups) blueberries - I used a frozen carton, thawed and drained
1 T butter
Bring the sugar and cornstarch to a boil with the water. Add the blueberries - let them go for about 10 minutes. Add the butter and stir that till melted. Pour them down over the top of some waffles and enjoy! :)
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