First of all, did anyone catch the sweet Salute Your Shorts reference I just made? No? Okay. Moving on.
You know what bugs me? Recipes that use only part of a can of something. For example, I have a pizza sauce recipe that calls for 2 tablespoons of tomato paste. If I actually follow those instructions, I am left with most of a can of tomato paste to put in the fridge, where I will undoubtedly find it two weeks later covered with a layer of white, suspicious fuzz. Mmm.
So, it was with this in mind that, when I set out to make pumpkin waffles last week (that’s right, pumpkin waffles, not pumpkin spice waffles), and the recipe called for 2/3 of a can of pumpkin, I figured, what the heck? I dumped in the whole can. And…well, you can see what happened above.
In the annals of Friday F-ups, this one certainly won’t go down as one of the worst, as once I picked the waffle bits off the maker, the whole thing still tasted great. Plus, as I always say…
When life gives you runny waffle batter, make pancakes.