It is so good! Even my kids can taste the difference! The only place I can find it around my town is at Cost Plus World Market. But I am sure if you had a really well stocked grocery store they would have it. It can be a bit steep, This canister (33 oz) set me back $8. But it's worth it. believe me.
Now if you can't find it anyware, I will give you a hint, We use from time to time bisquick, aunte jemima, those kinds of mixes, but I always add a little of this to them:
Vanilla Paste. I got this bottle from Trader Joes last time we were in California. It is a wonderful tasting, smelling gooey stuff. I add it to the pancake batter and it gives it wonderful flavor, plus you get those little flecks of vanilla bean, which gives the illusion of home made! Most good grocery stores carry it now. I know I have seen it at Whole Foods and such.
Anyway, back to Bacon Waffles.
Fry up the bacon till it is crispy. After it is cooled to the touch I give it a rough chop with the knife. Pour the batter into the hot iron and sprinkle a generous handful on top and shut the lid. That is it. Bacon Waffles!
Since I was a little girl my grandma and I have always eaten waffles (and pancakes for that matter) with creamy Laura Scudder's peanut butter (has to be Laura Scudders) and Light Karo Syrup. With bacon waffles, espically good!
HEY! Don't knock it till you've tried it!!!
This is a good weekend breakfast. big glass of cold milk, yum!