Using carefully proportioned ingredients, such as coconut or rice flour, gluten-free baking soda, and eggs, you’ll recreate the magic of the everyday waffle—in fact, you may not even know the difference.
Ingredient: Maple Syrup
Maple syrup is typically made from the sap of a sugar, red, or black maple, which is gathered and reduced over heat. The resulting mixture is used as a sweetener in baking or over breakfast foods. This method was originally used by the Native Americans, and has become a staple of small-scale U.S. food production.
If you want to take on a healthier approach to Belgian waffle toppings, why don’t you stick to this tasty maple-blueberry butter? It doesn’t only have a lovely shade of purple, but also a surprisingly sweet and fresh flavor that’s guaranteed to help you gradually shed some pounds while satisfying your sweet tooth.
One of the best Belgian waffle toppings you can easily make at home is this roasted peach maple syrup. It’s not only healthy, but also particularly flavorsome, especially if you pair it with cinnamon honey butter that will make the waffles softer, and slightly moist.
A mix of chopped pecans and maple syrup can truly make your Belgian waffles taste delicious and look great. Having a crunchy yet soft texture, this topping will most definitely become your family’s favorite indulgence from the very first bite.
Peanut butter is – and will always be – an excellent addition to the already tasty aroma of Belgian waffles. This peanut butter sauce will save you a few calories since it’s made with Greek yogurt, which is also an important source of probiotics.
For this special waffle topping, we borrowed from the Pennsylvania Dutch way of serving waffles with stewed chicken. Everyone will love the sweet, spicy and crispy combination of the herbed fried chicken and Chipotle flavored maple syrup with the waffles.