Here's the recipe we've been using for a while. It uses more eggs and some rolled oats, for a more balanced meal that sticks to your ribs better.
This is our original basic recipe:
Put all ingredients in a bowl, liquids first, and mix thoroughly.
You may have to add more milk or flour to get the batter to the consistency you want. This can vary quite a bit depending on the wheat you're using. For waffles, a fairly thick batter will be less likely to overflow if you overfill your waffle iron.
Waffles: Make sure the waffle iron is fully heated before adding batter. If your waffle iron isn't nonstick, you may have to use a nonstick spray like Pam. After a few uses, the surface should get seasoned and you shouldn't need the spray anymore, or at least not as much. More oil will make crispier waffles, and help prevent sticking.
If you have access to fresh cream, we've found that using cream instead of the milk and oil will make waffles that don't stick even in irons that usually need a nonstick spray.