Belgian Waffles made from scratch in the kitchen. Add berries, pure maple syrup, whipped cream, and berries to the waffles for a special breakfast.
Waffle Sunday Tradition
We host a neighborhood breakfast every year for the 4th of Jul and make our favorite Belgian waffles to feed about 150 people. These waffles always go down well. Josh has made these Belgian waffles for our sons almost every Sunday, so he’s had plenty of experience. He can make them quickly for the whole family or everyone in our neighborhood.
Waffle Sunday has become a weekly ritual in our home. This Belgian waffle is a favorite because it’s easy to make, and they turn out perfectly every time. This is the best recipe for waffles!
What’s the difference between Belgian Waffles and regular Waffles
These waffles are simply the best. Josh has been using this waffle recipe ever since we were married. Josh is the waffle master. He does not want me to help him because he’s the waffle master. I’m okay with it, I can stay in bed, and he will make me breakfast. WIN!
You will need a Belgian Waffle Maker with a larger, more profound grid. The waffles should be thick. This Belgian Waffle Maker is great. Belgian waffles have a crispy outside but are soft and tender inside. The deep squares are great because they hold a lot of toppings and syrup.
Regular waffles tend to be thinner and are less crisp. Belgian waffles are our favorite because they’re both fluffy and crispy. It’s the best of both. Belgian waffles reign supreme among waffles.
How to make Belgian waffles
Josh creates a waffle with a mixture of whole wheat and all-purpose flour that is light and fluffy.
Buttermilk is essential. Buttermilk produces a thick batter, which is necessary for the waffles to stay soft on the inside and crisp on the outside.
Brown sugar helps waffles become crispy and adds a sweet caramel flavor.
Before mixing, make sure that the buttermilk and eggs, as well as the melted butter, are all at room temperature. The butter should not clump.
Do not overmix the batter. You will have an unpleasantly chewy waffle if you overmix the batter.
Before adding the batter, ensure your waffle iron has reached the desired temperature. This waffle maker is highly recommended. This waffle iron makes Belgian-style waffles perfectly every time.
1 cup All-purpose Flour
1 cup whole-grain flour
Baking powder, one teaspoon
Half a teaspoon of baking powder
One teaspoon of sea salt
Light brown sugar, three tablespoons
Three large eggs at a room temperature
1/4 cup butter unsalted melted, slightly cooled
2 cups of buttermilk at room temperature
One teaspoon of pure vanilla extract
If desired, serve berries with whipped cream, maple syrup, or maple sugar.
Pre-heat waffle Iron as directed by the manufacturer.
Combine the all-purpose whole wheat, baking powder, soda, salt, and brown sugar in a large mixing bowl. Use your clean hands and whisk the brown sugar again if you find any clumps.
In a large bowl, combine eggs and butter. Incorporate the buttermilk, vanilla extract, and sugar.
Stir the ingredients together until they are just combined. Stay undermixed.
Spray the waffle iron with nonstick cooking spray. Pour the amount of batter recommended onto the waffle iron. Close the iron and cook the waffle until it is golden brown on both sides. Serve immediately, or warm up in a 200-degree F oven.