Belgian Waffles

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    These (supposedly) are made from a true Belgian recipe, uses yeast for leavening and quality ingredients. They are light, crisp and tender inside.
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    1. KS Girl 65 months ago | reply

      they look great!

    2. ROCKADEE - Rockey & Dee 65 months ago | reply

      All You Need Is Some Maple Syrup...YUM!

    3. Jeff Cushner 65 months ago | reply

      I ate them with Maple Syrup, but many folks like powdered sugar and fruit on them. They have a nice crunchy, flaky exterior, so they'd be good with ice cream too. The ones we didn't eat, I froze. So now I can use them in many different ways.

    4. gravlguts 65 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Foodies Across Borders, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      Wondering if there is a way we can make waffles for New Year's eve. Might be an interesting dessert depending on how well they reheat.

    5. Jeff Cushner 65 months ago | reply

      They reheat fine. When you make them originally, make them a little less done (light brown.) Then, put them on a cookie sheet (or better yet, on a grate) in the oven and heat them up. I've been reheating left over waffles for breakfast for many years. They turn out crisp and wonderful.

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