If you’re going to eat waffles, why not make them fluffy, tasty Belgian waffles? I recently started making Belgian waffles since I received my very own Cuisinart Belgian Waffle Maker. So no, I’m not a professional in making waffles from
How To Make Restaurant Style Homemade Belgian Waffles
How To Make Restaurant Style Homemade Belgian Waffles Made these this morning with a few changes: cut sugar by half, used yogourt instead of melted butter; used only baking powder, no baking soda- added a bit of extra baking powder instead. Very yummy.
This Presto Belgian Waffle Bowl Maker creates a 4-inch waffle bowl using your favorite waffle batter. No special batter is needed. A delightfully different kind of waffle bow, it is thick, fluffy and tender because it is a real waffle! Make hearty breakfasts by filling with scrambled eggs, ham, sausage, hash browns and more. You can even fill them and pick them up for a handheld waffle taco. Waffle bowls are also great for desserts like ice cream sundaes.
Easy and Fluffy Belgian Waffles from www.somethingswanky.com | I love that these waffles are SUPER fluffy, and without having to beat any egg whites! A secret ingredient makes them crispy on the outside and soft on the inside... #waffles #recipe
Belgian waffles - best recipe I have used so far. Yields 5 servings. Add up to 1/4 cup sugar if you like it sweetened. (I made extra to freeze, and after reheating in the toaster, these are still great! You will never go back to premade waffles!)