True Belgian Waffles
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes10 waffles (about 4-1/2 inches)
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.
Great result, but we had to guess on the quantity of butter to add, as it's missing from the ingredients list. We added half of a cup of melted butter and otherwise followed the recipe exactly. We definitely got lucky as they turned out great!
This was hands down the best waffle recipe i have ever used! They came out very light and fluffy, tasted just like a pastry. Absolutely delicious. My new go to waffle recipe. Thank you for sharing it.
I have never had a true belgium waffle to compare, but these were easy to prepare. The most difficult part of the recipe was having to pull out my hand mixer to whip the egg whites. My family thoroughly enjoyed them. I felt the were a tad bit sweet with the added macerated strawberries on top. Next time I would scale back the sugar. Otherwise the texture was good and the flavor on point! Will be making these again!
My family absolutely loves this recipe. I added a few mini chocolate chips for my daughter and she was crazy over it. I recommend this recipe over all others I've tried.
My 1st time making waffles from scratch and I’m pleased to report it was a huge success. I repeated the recipe twice and my men loved it. Thanks for sharing.
My husband thanked the Lord after eating these waffles! LOL! I followed the recipe, but used 1 1/2 tsp of pure vanilla extract. Soooo good!
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Got this recipe several years back. EXCELLENT! I make a triple recipe on weekends so there are plenty in the freezer for the following week's breakfast. These are light and great with fresh fruits on them or just butter & syrup. They're really, really, really, good.