Ready in 30 minutes
Not a light recipe, but perfect for an occasional treat. These are awesome served with warmed maple syrup or topped with sliced fresh berries.
"This was a very good recipe. I'm still looking for something a with a touch more sweetness in the batter. Maybe a buttermilk and little more sugar recipe. We were still very happy with the results of this recipe. I have made other belgian waffle recipes and the ones with the egg whites beat until firm like this one turn out best."- Sparkling
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Combine flour, leaveners, salt and sugar and whisk to mix. Add water, egg yolks and vanilla and whisk until smooth. Whisk in melted butter.
Beat egg whites in another bowl to stiff peaks, then fold into batter, half at a time.
At first, it will seem very lumpy, but keep folding and it will smooth out.
Pour into waffle iron and bake until golden brown.
Serve hot with fresh sliced berries or warmed syrup.
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mogriff1 11 month agoVery good! Didn't have cake flour so I used regular all purpose flour. Hubby and I reallt enjoyed these.
Farmraised 1 year agoIf you don't have unsalted butter, leave put the salt
Pearcedw 1 year agoExceptional recipe! I would suggest sifting the dry ingredients to make lighter, more crispy waffles.
Bucko48 1 year agoThe name says it all! Thank-you for the share.
Trtlmay 1 year agoI used Beyette's method since I didn't have cake flour and they were fabulous! I am sure they'd be great the right way, but I don't always have those ingredients. Light, fluffy and oh so sweet!!
bakerjonah 1 year agoThis is so good
beyette 1 year agoGood recipe! I used buttermilk instead of water, added 1/2 cup of sugar, and self rising flour instead of cake flour, all purpose flour, leavening agents. It's a short cut and turns out very well! Family loved it! Thanks for sharing
jzibble 1 year agoFantastic recipe. Our entire family loved it. Thanks for sharing!
SavannahMichael 2 years agoDefinitely the best. My sister 'the Waffle Queen' is coming for a visit next week and this is one waffle I will be proud to serve her.
Itslmw 2 years agoAwesome this is so good
ggilman59 2 years agoVery eggish taste. Pretty average.
Kevinzo 2 years agoVery good recipe. Easy to follow, great results.
Joshtonak 3 years agoChange the cake flour to cocoa powder and increase sugar to 2 Tbsp!! Even my wife eats waffles now
Joshtonak 3 years agoVery strong egg flavor. Great with syrup though
Sparkling 3 years agoThis was a very good recipe. I'm still looking for something a with a touch more sweetness in the batter. Maybe a buttermilk and little more sugar recipe. We were still very happy with the results of this recipe. I have made other belgian waffle recipes and the ones with the egg whites beat until firm like this one turn out best.
Awsomenesse 3 years agoIt was awesome!
kateyb88 3 years agoThese are the best waffles I've had this side of Belgium- they are so light and rich! Absolutely delicious!!!
mallica714 4 years agoOMG turned out great and froze the rest. If you want light fluffy Belgain Waffles this is ghe recipe to make
digigirltx 4 years agoFor instructions with photos, see http://www.dontforgetdelicious.com/2009/belgian-waffles/ [I posted this recipe.]