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pancake vs waffles

which one do you prefer?

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Pancakes all the way 😭
That is a tough choice. I tend to pancakes. They can be both, sweet and savory, waffles are sweet only.
Original post by Kallisto
That is a tough choice. I tend to pancakes. They can be both, sweet and savory, waffles are sweet only.

You never tried southern cooking - chicken with waffles. :tongue:
meh
they have a very similar sweet doughy taste and texture
Original post by Sabertooth
You never tried southern cooking - chicken with waffles. :tongue:

Tell me more, I like chicken. What are the toppings in detail, except chicken?
Pancakes because I don't like waffles :colone:
wafflessss
Original post by Kallisto
Tell me more, I like chicken. What are the toppings in detail, except chicken?

Fried chicken and gravy.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicken_and_waffles
I love both but waffles are so much better. The texture of them is much nicer!


Hey, that is so crazy that it may taste. Must going to America, can't imagine that this topping exists in any German waffle shops.
Original post by Kallisto
Hey, that is so crazy that it may taste. Must going to America, can't imagine that this topping exists in any German waffle shops.

Haha probably not, no. :tongue:

No wonder so many Americans are fat! It does taste good but I usually get crepes when I go to Ihop (breakfast restaurant). My spouse gets the waffle with bacon and sausages but no syrup.
Neither.
Pancakes all the way
Chocolate Pancakes on Pancake Day.

Ice cream and waffles on any other day
Pancakes with blueberries, strawberries, bananas & syrup
Original post by Sabertooth
Haha probably not, no. :tongue:

No wonder so many Americans are fat! (...)


It is said that over 50% are fat in America. I don't sweat it, just try the waffle once and stop to eat this kind for a long time.
Waffles, hands down
I don't like the taste of pancakes to be honest, but light and fluffy waffles are mouth-watering :smile:
Waffles, but only if they’re proper Belgian ones like my grandmother used to make, not the dry imitations sold in all the chain waffle restaurants.

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