Home-made Belgium Waffles
I bought a Belgium waffle maker a while ago and it has since been a great investment – we can now enjoy waffles anytime at home! The home-made version is a fraction of the price charged at cafes, and the batter is very easy to prepare (5-10 minutes). I tried many waffles recipes, and this version (tweaked and adapted) has got to be the easiest and tastiest version of all.
Belgium waffles are typically thicker than usual waffles and they have deeper grid patterned pockets (great for collecting maple syrup in them… so yummy!) This recipe can be used for any type of waffles maker though, not just Belgium. Enjoy!
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Note: I am using L’EQUIP Belgium Waffle Maker (Qoo10 Singapore affiliate link; you don’t have to use the link if you buy, but I will be most grateful if you do!) It is a South Korean brand, shipped from Korea and made in China. I think it is an awesome waffle maker which is fun and easy to operate, and makes consistently tasty and thick waffles every time. You can also adjust how crisp or soft you like your waffles to be. My only grouse is that you can’t take apart the machine for cleaning, so you just have to wipe it clean with a moist cloth and air-dry after use. It has served us well for six months (and counting!).