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.
Ingredient: Unsalted Butter
Many types of butter have granular salt or brine added during processing. In recipes where a less salty flavor is preferred butter that has not undergone this step is substituted, and unsalted butter is ideal for delicate sauces and baking.
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.
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.
Indulge in these filling and fluffy Belgian waffles even if you are counting the carbs. This delicious low carb Belgian waffle recipe with apple and cinnamon uses beaten eggs for a light and airy texture and oat flour to cut the carbs.
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.
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.