Nothing can beat fresh homemade peanut butter. The creamy ooey gooey peanut butter tops the entire food chart for me. Whenever I make peanut butter at home I can hardly save it for a week. It vanishes with a blink of an eye. We all love it and are super crazy peanut butter lovers. 🙂
Bulgur – it is a kind of dried cracked wheat made mostly of durum wheat. It is high in protein and fiber and is a good source of many vitamins and mineral.
In this Peanut Butter Bulgur Waffles recipe I have used whole grain red bulgur is a traditional grain of Eastern Mediterranean and is versatile enough to be eaten in salads, porridge or pilaf. This wholesome grain helps in weight loss, improves digestive system, prevents iron deficiency and provides many vitamins and mineral.
This is an easy and quick recipe for which we do not have to wait for weekends and can be enjoyed during the busy week also. Just cook the bulger a day ahead and refrigerate. Make sure to bring it to room temperature before converting it into a delicious waffle batter.
The Peanut Butter Bulgur Waffles batter was so delicious that I and my little one kept on licking until we realized that the bowl was almost empty. I quickly whipped up another batch of the batter and baked it in the waffle maker. I loaded these crunchy and chewy waffles with our favorite fruits and maple syrup along with some butter/cream (optional) and devoured our scrumptious and filling brunch. 🙂