Some great waffles

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1 1/2 c whole wheat flour
1/2 c nut flour, almond meal, or similar
1 tbsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
2/3 c nuts (walnut, pecan, madacamia?)
spices to taste: some pumpkin pie spice, a bunch more cinnamon, and a little more allspice

2 tbsp molasses
1/2 c melted butter, cool
4 eggs
1 c half and half 
1 tsp vanilla

Combine dry ingredients except nuts and sift or food process. Chop nuts to desired consistency or add to food processor and pulse to desired consistency. In large bowl combine wet ingredients and mix well. Add dry ingredients and mix, adding water to create batter with the proper consistency. Add to butter-brushed waffle iron and cook until steam stops and/or waffle has proper texture.

Half and half can be substituted by or 1/2 c yogurt and 1/2 c milk, or 2/3 c yogurt 1/3 c water, etc etc. I plan to replace half the molasses with agave syrup next time; the molasses provided a little more flavor than I intended. You can substitute 2 tbsp sugar in the dry part but it won't be as good...

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Decrease molasses to 1T and add 2T Butter-Shots (butterscotch schnapps)
Change nuts to 1/2c each walnuts and pecans (you may still substitute)
Eliminate baking soda, not needed
Add 1/2c water to wet ingredients and increase as needed for proper flow in the iron, probably not over 2/3c. Batter should flow out on the iron, but VERY SLOWLY, so slow that it would cook in place before it did so.
Food processor FTW!

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