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Waffles coated with cinnamon sugar
What’s the meaning of life? Is karma real? Why can’t waffles taste more like doughnuts? These are the questions that keep us up at night. So in the hopes of sleeping a little bit better, we asked our recipes editor for help. First, we make the batter with yeast so the waffles are light and fluffy--just prepare the batter, then let it rise overnight in the fridge. When you wake up the next morning, pour the batter onto a waffle iron and cook for a few minutes. Finally, to take these waffles straight into doughnut territory, toss the warm rounds in cinnamon sugar. One question down, two to go.