Belgian waffle recipe

From cheese to chocolate to fries and beer, waffles are in good company among all the delicacies that have come from Belgium.

Belgian waffles as we know them today, first made their appearance at the 1958 Brussels World fair in their home country. The chef dusted them with confectioners’ sugar and topped them with whipped cream and fresh fruit. A few years later, he brought them to America to sell at the World Fair. He began selling Belgian waffles at restaurants and the rest was history.

Belgian waffle recipe

What makes Belgian waffles so distinct is that they are fluffier, have larger squares and have deeper waffle pockets. The fluffiness from the eggs and baking powder is better at holding more syrup, melted ice cream, fruit and whipped cream.

Belgian waffle recipe

If you want to try your hand at making your own, here’s a Belgian waffle recipe that looks pretty tasty. Try it out and let us know the results.

Ingredients:

2 cups flour
¼ cup sugar
4 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 eggs
2 cups milk
½ cup of vegetable oil

Instructions:

1. Spray waffle maker with oil

2. Mix the dry ingredients in one bowl together, sift if necessary

3. In a separate bowl, beat eggs, and mix in milk, oil, vanilla

4. Combine dry ingredients with liquid and mix well

5. Set waffle maker to medium/ high heat and cook for around 5 minute or until golden brown

6. Top with your preferred topping- maple syrup, fruit syrup, powdered sugar, fruit, whipped cream and Nutella are all popular choices

 

Belgian waffles are a beloved breakfast in America and across the world because there is nothing truly like them. This Belgian waffle recipe is the perfect way to try delicious and authentic Belgian waffles. To taste a true Belgian waffle, you have to go to the place it was born!

 

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