If we sit back to trace the origins of waffles, they sure have a mouth-watering history making their first entrance in the market in the 1620s. In India, waffles became popular mainly at the beginning of the 20th century. But since over a decade, waffles have gained so much popularity and admiration that it’s eaten by people belonging from all age groups. Loved mainly by teenagers is perfect for a weekend treat when added with warm, unique toppings and powdered sugar. We have something a bit too exciting and surprisingly healthy you can make out of waffles. Learn a hassle-free art to make delicious eggless ragi-full waffles with a considerable variety of flavours and elements.


  1. ½ Maida ( flour)
  2. ½ cup Ragi
  3. 2 tablespoon sugar
  4. 3-4 tablespoon milk
  5. Vanilla essence
  6. 1 tablespoon melted butter
  7. ¼ tablespoon salt
  8. 1 teaspoon baking soda

Method of preparation-

  1. Take a big bowl and add both maida and ragi together.
  2. After so, add sugar, salt, vanilla and baking powder.
  3. According to the consistency, add milk. Make sure you make a thick mixture so that the waffles don't stick on the sides of the pan or the waffle maker.
  4. Before draining the batter into a waffle maker or whatever pan you’re using, make sure to grease it first using melted butter.
  5. After 10-15 minutes, once the batter has risen, take it out of the heated iron. Ragi waffles will then be ready.

The toppings are the favourite, most appealing part of just about every waffle. You can add maple syrup, melted chocolate sprinkled with some powdered sugar on top to enhance the flavour. Always play with the toppings of your liking. If you could wake up to one of your favourite treats, what would it be? Do let us know because we’re just as excited as you.