Belgian waffle are a perfect breakfast or brunch staple that has converted so popularly because of their striking crispy golden exterior with deep pockets for keeping syrup and butter! My children would have these waffles every weekend, and in fact, seldom do I get up early on a weekday morning because I’m asking them. Everyone especially moms like me understands and loves getting waffles at their popular breakfast restaurants, and they’re genuinely just as easy to make at home! Need more waffles all the time as we do?
Belgian waffles are like classic waffles, except that they have deeper pockets due to obtaining made in a Belgian Waffle Maker. Belgian waffles are also very bright and airy inside. Generally, today waffles use baking powder, just like in my recipe. To keep the waffles light, we beat the egg whites individually from the yolks, then fold them into the mixture at the end.
The Best Belgian Waffle
Recipe by Callie Anders
2 cups cups flour
4 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 cup vegetable oil
2 cups milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
Put some oil in the waffle maker.
Sift the dry ingredients and place it in a large bowl.
Separate egg whites then beat it until stiff peaks form.
In another bowl mix together the egg yolks, milk, oil , vanilla and optionally baking powder then stir slightly.
Combine the mixture together, fold the egg whites.