Turn that sucker on and let 'er rip. The force of the blender will crush the wheat kernels. This will take 1-3 minutes depending upon the rpms of your blender (I have a Vitamix-so this takes barely a minute). Basically you can tell when it's ready because the sound of the blender changes, you can actually hear the wheat kernels turn liquid (cool-huh?)
Next add 1 egg (I'm starting to use powdered eggs for this-works great!) 2 T. of oil, 1 T honey, 1/4-1/2 t. salt. You can use sugar if you want, I have done it and it turns out fine but I have a cool trick with honey. Whenever using it for baking, always add your oil first, then use the same measuring utensil for the honey-and it slides out slick as a whistle! Now turn on your blender again for 30 seconds and mix.
Now add one generous tablespoon of baking powder-FRESH baking powder! (very important) and pulse it three times.
Watch those bubbles pop up! The batter starts literally rising up in the container-it's an exciting thing for those of us who don't get out much.
Now you need to cook immediately. Take advantage of those bubbles. Be sure to have your waffle iron hot and ready. Don't have a waffle iron-you mean you don't have nice kids who bought you one for Christmas? That's okay-just make pancakes. Make sure the pan is hot and ready.
Enjoy-Sorry no photo. But I promise that even teenage boys will eat these up. Especially with lots of syrup.
Note: If you have wheat allergies, intolerance or celiac disease....you can still do this. I have been using different grains 1/3 c. each with great results. I also have to add a little xanthan gum. If you are really interested, comment and I'll send you the recipe I use.
1 1/4 c. water
1 c. whole wheat kernels
1/4 c. powdered milk
2 T oil
1 T. honey or sugar
1/4-1/2 t. salt
1 T fresh baking powder
You know the rest.
Edit**** Oops-I should have let you know how much this makes. I make two batches in my belgian waffle iron (8 sections all together) But belgian waffle irons are pretty deep so I think you could squeeze three batches in a regular waffle iron....