True Belgian Waffles
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes10 waffles (about 4-1/2 inches)
I really like this recipe. It's a sweet and soft waffle. That's what I like. I don't take the time to separate the eggs and they turn out great. I tried substituting oil for the butter and they were not good. Make sure the butter is totally melted when adding to the mix. The butter will melt everywhere, I put a big cookie sheet under my waffle maker for easy cleanup. This is the recipe I goto when we want waffles. Yummy
This is one of the worst recipes I've ever made. First of all there was too much sugar in it and they were too sweet. But even more troublesome was the amount of butter in it, which caused a huge mess. I was very suspicious when I read "1 cup of butter" ... but trusted the recipe was correct. I have 2 waffle makers and they were both sitting in a pool of butter on the counter because the butter leaked out of the batter while it was cooking. The cleanup took a very long time. It completely ruined our supper with guests and was so embarrassing. In order to have something to eat we had to make French toast instead. Horrible recipe – my advice would be "don't make it". This recipe should be taken off the site.
They’re really cake-like. They’re not what I would define as a Belgian waffle, pretty disappointed
Thank you Patty!!
Ingeri, I found this additional steps for directions on another Belgian waffle recipe so I this one is just missing a step. Of course, I'm just guessing but they were delicious. Thanks for mentioning it or I wouldn't have look. :). In a separate medium bowl mix together the egg yolks, vegetable oil, milk, and vanilla extract. Add the egg yolk mixture to the dry ingredients and mix well. Fold in the egg whites. Cheers!
The best belgian waffle my family have ever had!!! Thanks for sharing this great recipe! Love it!!!
I made these waffles for New Year's Day breakfast. They were excellent but too sweet for my liking. Otherwise a big hit!
A lot of people are saying that 2 cup of butter is too much but it is not too much and here is why. If you ever go to France or Belgium and order an authentic belgian waffle they use 1 cup of butter in the waffles because that is how it has always been since belgian waffles during the 1800s but we're called liége waffles. And these are perfect belgian waffles
A cup of butter is way too much, this recipe is overly sweet and overly taste like baking soda.
Well look at that right in the ingredients list. one cup of melted butter.