Belgium Waffles In The Waffle Maker, Use Your Kitchen Appliances

You know that I bought the waffle maker so that to be able to make my son’s most favourite breakfast, but gluten free. He just loves waffles. Unfortunately, he has very specific demands how the waffles should look like, be it gluten free or not. That is why I am happy to say that the waffle maker is just priceless, it helps me create waffles in the right shape and my kid usually doesn’t know they are home-made, not store-bought.

Today I am offering you to try another recipe that you can easily use with your waffle maker – Belgium waffles.

Belgium waffles, according to my experience, are sweet and usually softer in texture than the other waffles. But even my fussy eater didn’t have any problems eating them, which makes them a definite hit in our household.

I served this breakfast with chocolate spread and strawberries and cream. You can use other toppings that you like with your waffles – jams, honey, maple syrup, fruit, peanut butter, etc.

This breakfast didn’t need a lot of time to prepare, so you can easily surprise your loved ones with a delicious meal in the morning this weekend. I, personally, used my waffle maker to make the waffles, click here to see it. And I’ve used gluten free self-raising flour, but you can use an all purpose flour as well, whatever you have at home.

Give them a try!

Belgium Waffles in the Waffle Maker  

Ingredients (for 8 waffles):

  • 1 cup (gluten-free) flour

  • ¾ cup sugar

  • 2tsp baking powder

  • 2 eggs, separated

  • ¾ cup milk

  • ½ cup melted butter

  • 1tsp vanilla extract

Preparation:

  1. In a bowl mix the dry ingredients – flour, sugar and baking powder

  2. In a different bowl, beat the egg yolks and add the milk, butter and vanilla. Add to the flour

  3. Beat the egg whites till soft peaks and add to the pastry mixture, fold until incorporated

  4. Turn on the waffle maker, grease the waffle plates and using a ladle put some of the waffle mixture

  5. Close the lid and keep closed for a minute or two, depending on the appliance. The waffle is ready when you can lift it off the plates without any difficulty

Leave to cool a bit and serve with your favourite toppings.

Enjoy!

If you have any suggestions and recommendations what toppings best go with Belgium waffles or would like to share how you make your Belgium waffles at home, just get in touch with me by leaving a comment below.

Have a yummy day!

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