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.
Sugar comes from sugar beet or cane. The soluble carbohydrate plant derivatives can be sprinkled on foods or added to drinks to sweeten them. Sugar also gives sweetness to a wide range of recipes including baked goods, confectionery and jam.
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.
Who doesn’t love the addictive taste of caramel? When used to top Belgian waffles, caramel sauce can make this dessert look and taste amazingly, making your waffles visually appealing while adding a unique aroma.
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.
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.
This egg-less Belgian waffle recipe is a twist on all the classic ripe and tangy mango with sweet raspberry desserts we love, made into a topping for healthy egg-less whole-wheat Belgian waffles. The minty raspberry sauce is best homemade. You can add a dusting of sugar over the fruit if you like.
Try this tasty buttermilk waffle recipe, combining the wholesome flavor of cornmeal and the tanginess of buttermilk. Great with savory and sweet toppings!
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.