When I was growing up Breakfast for Supper was always a winning meal at my house. My favorite Breakfast for Supper meal was sourdough waffles: my mom would pull the starter out of the fridge in the morning, stir in some flour and milk, and it would sit on the counter all day preparing to become waffles. As suppertime approached my dad would add a few additional ingredients and start making the waffles that my brother and I had been looking forward to all day.
When I don’t think ahead to prep my sourdough starter, I turn to this recipe. These sour cream waffles can be pulled together with little forethought and the sour cream adds a subtle tang reminiscent of the sourdough waffles of my childhood. Whole wheat flour and oats add a heartiness to the waffles, and the pecans round out the recipe with their buttery flavor and crunchy texture. Whether you choose to make these waffles for breakfast, supper, or anytime in between: they’re sure to be enjoyed by all.