How To Make Pabst Blue Ribbon Waffles- Eat Breakfast Win A Can Of PBR
For many men, waffles might be part of the most important meal of the day: Breakfast. Now you can eat these gems while enjoying your favorite beer Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR). We aren’t talking having a can on the side to wash waffles down with, we are talking about making PBR Waffles. Here’s that recipe if you dare. Hey, it’s 5 o’clock somewhere! If anything you may be able to use this beer recipe for your Super Bowl party!
According to the author who posted this recipe on macheesmo.com these aren’t as gross as you may think.
“It’s hands down the best basic waffle recipe I’ve ever used,” stating they’re “light and fluffy on the inside and crispy and delicious on the outside.”
So these aren’t going to be your mother’s waffles…unless your mother is a alcoholic. Here’s the ingredients you’re gonna need:
Here’s how to make the batter:
Waffle batter is pretty simple to whip up. Besides the dry ingredients (flour, baking powder, salt) you need just a few other things.
A whole can of PBR being the most notable.
If you happen to have friends over (or a significant other) do not be concerned if they stare at you strangely while you pour a whole can of beer into a bowl of flour.
If you happen to be married to a particularly snarky person, they may make a comment like:
“Our house smells like a frat house.”
Simply ignore them and know that they will be forgiving you when you serve them the best waffle they’ve ever had.
But yes. Pour the whole can of beer into the bowl.
A whole can!
Then stir in the eggs, milk, vanilla, honey, and melted butter and your batter is done!
If you’re in a rush, you can use this right away, but it’ll be best if you let it sit for 15-30 minutes.
If you want the rest of this gem of a recipe Click Here.
PBR in waffles…. Want to know how I know you’re either a redneck/college kid? You’d eat this.