Pearl sugar or waffle sugar, granulated sugar etc.
Sift the ☆ ingredients and set aside.
Mix the egg, milk, and vanilla oil in a bowl with a whisk. Gently add in Step 1 and mix.
When it looks like the picture, it should be fine. While preheating the waffle maker, lightly grease it with vegetable oil using a paper towel.
Pour about half a ladleful of batter onto the waffle maker. Try to pour it as close as possible to the middle of each waffle-square.
Sprinkle the pearl sugar (or granulated sugar, etc) on top of the batter, and then close the lid.
They will be done after 4-5 minutes. (The top picture shows them without sugar.)
Story Behind this Recipe
I wanted to be able to make waffles even when I don't have a lot of time, so I came up with this recipe. It's the second recipe in my waffle series.
You should definitely use pearl sugar or waffle sugar, granulated sugar etc. It really enhances the flavor and the crispiness. Just use a generous sprinkling of regular sugar if you don't have any of these special sugars on hand. When they cool down, lightly heat them back up in the toaster-oven and they'll taste good.