The dough can be prepared the night before and stored covered in the fridge. Allow it to reach room temperature and stir it gently before pouring it into the waffle iron. Waffle dough should be stored in a cold environment, as it contains eggs and milk, so you should not leave it on the counter, especially if the kitchen is hot. As soon as the dough is mixed, pour it into a suitable container and put it directly in the fridge.
It is best to place it on the main part of the refrigerator, rather than on the door, since the door is usually hotter than the back of the refrigerator. Make sure the bowl is clean and clean before transferring the dough. As you might expect, the waffles will need to be refrigerated to keep them in good condition for as long as possible. Ideally, you should try to refrigerate your homemade waffles within two hours of preparation.
If you want waffles that last longer, frozen waffles are available at almost any supermarket. We hope you now know the best ways to store waffle dough safely in the fridge and have some ideas on how to make sure your waffles taste good every time. One good thing about freezing homemade waffles is that they work much like store-bought frozen waffles. Making waffle dough ahead of time is a wonderful way to enjoy a warm, sweet and fresh waffle first thing in the morning without having to get up too early to prepare the mix.