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The Bestest Belgian Waffles Recipe –


Total Time


Prep 10 mins

Cook 20 mins

These waffles are super crisp on the outside and light as a feather inside and so scrumptious! Avoid removing them from the waffle iron too soon; they should be a golden brown. Enjoy!


  1. Sift the dry ingredients together in a large bowl.
  2. Separate the eggs.
  3. In small bowl, beat egg whites until stiff.
  4. Mix together the egg yolks, milk and oil and stir slightly.
  5. Add to dry ingredients and mix well.
  6. Fold in beaten egg whites.
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I searched high and low for a great recipe for my new Belgian waffle iron and I found the best with this one. After making it exactly by the recipe a few times, I modified it slightly (though it was already delicious the way it was :-) They are light, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside when freshly made.

My modifications were:

1) adding 1 tsp vanilla
2) adding 1 Tb malted milk powder
3) being more generous with the sugar with a heaping scoop, not a leveled-off cup

My kids both love these waffles and the recipe is easy to follow and even turns out well when you goof, LOL…. I mistakenly added twice as much oil with one batch and they were still wonderful!

I make a half recipe of these which still makes 4.5 large waffles on my George Foreman grill/waffle iron. (And I cook the waffles according to my appliance’s instructions, 425 for 7-8 minutes.) What we don’t eat then gets stored in a freezer bag for later. They do get soft/chewy after they cool down or are stored in refrigerator, but they are still delicious! Just microwave for a few seconds and enjoy. My toddler likes them plain as a snack, they are that sweet and tasty. And I like that they aren’t “crumby” for him to eat when not in his high chair.

41_square.gif maggie-the-cat December 28, 2010

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GREAT Recipe, Very quick and easy!!! Thank you. <br/><br/>I have a Magic-Chef TSK-240B. This recipe makes 5 (1 cup batter) or 6 (3/4th cup batter) Waffles. I cook for 2 minutes, then, I manually flip for an additional minute. <br/>PERFECT every time! <br/><br/>If I plan to freeze I only cook for 2 minutes (no flipping). <br/><br/>The substitutions I made (and will continue to use) are:<br/>Add up to 2 Teaspoons Vanilla<br/>Replace 1/2 cup of the Milk for 1/2 cup Ginger Ale <br/>(This ensures a light and fluffy batter, plus adds an extra wee bit of flavor)<br/>If you are using Self Rising flour, only add 1 Teaspoon of Baking Powder.

Photo_Video_42062997955423055208903_squa Little Easy Cabins July 23, 2013

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I was looking for a recipe to use in my new Kitchenaid Pro Line waffle maker. I chose this one because someone said that this one is so good they don’t want to try any others, and that it’s crisp outside and so light inside. It’s true! I feel no need to try any other recipes, and that is unusual for me! I used half cake flour and half white whole wheat. I did add about a tsp of vanilla and 2 tbsp malted milk powder. I ended up with a waffle as good as any I’ve had at a restaurant–where I’d pay $6-$8 for it. The whole family was delighted, and my boys asked if I’m make them every night. I had to say no to that but we will be making them often!!!! I got 6 waffles from my Kitchenaid.

Photo_Video_40063653850175355292754_squa Jujubegirl April 28, 2012

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