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.
Milk is produced by female animals and cow’s milk is the most widely used. In cookery, where there is no mention of species, ‘milk’ invariably refers to cow’s milk. It’s a good source of calcium and contains many important vitamins.
Belgian Waffles are a delicious treat at any time, so we’ve created the perfect easy Belgian waffle recipe and guide. Get ready to impress your friends and family with your culinary skills.
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.
This delicious chocolate brownie waffle recipe is ideal for chocolate lovers. This “brownie in waffle maker” is affordable, easy to make and offers a healthier variation when topped with fresh fruits.
This recipe caters for chocolate and banana lovers. It offers greater variation as compared to regular Belgian waffles since the bananas and chocolate ingredients add a distinctive flavor, color and moisture.
Match sweet, crispy Belgian waffles with crispy bacon toppings for a delicious burst of sweet, peppery and savory flavors. These waffles can be frozen and reheated in a toaster oven, toaster or oven.
Light Belgian Waffles made with Original Bisquick® mix can be served as tasty treats with morning coffee or afternoon tea. Just add syrup or melted butter.