Recipes (english)

Waffle Recipes

There are different wafer recipes for different types of wafer irons. For example, soft, thick wafers are usually baked in the shape of hearts, round or square. The waffle dough can be refined with sour cream, cream fraiche, lemon peel and rum. Waffles taste best freshly baked. Depending on the waffle recipe, they can also be baked on stock, kept in biscuit tins and baked in the toaster.

Anise Waffles New Year's Cake
Anise Waffles New Year's Cake Anis waffles New Year's cakes are crispy thin waffles that are baked in a special waffle iron with smooth surface. For aniseed waffles New Year's cake first put Kluntjes / Kandis sugar into a pot, add water and cook while stirring until the Kandis sugar has dissolved. ...
Apple nut waffle
Apple nut waffle tastes best freshly baked. For the nut dough, stir the margarine, sugar and vanilla sugar until creamy. ...
Apple waffles
Apple waffles remain soft and taste juicy. For apple waffles mix flour, baking powder, sugar and a pinch of salt. ...
Banana waffles
Banana waffles stay soft and taste very fruity. Use 2-3 bananas depending on size. ...
Belgian waffles
Belgian waffles can also be baked well in larger quantities. If you keep them in a cookie tin, you can bake the Belgian waffles in a toaster. ...
Belgian waffles with strawberries
Belgian waffles with strawberries For Belgian waffles with strawberries first melt butter. Allow to cool slightly. ...
Black Forest kirsch waffles
Black Forest kirsch waffles For Black Forest kirsch waffles stir soft butter, powder sugar and a pinch of salt until creamy. Stir in eggs one at a time. ...
Brussels waffles
Brussels waffles get their particularly fine taste from the use of plenty of butter. The thick dough of the Brussels waffles is very loose because egg snow is lifted under the waffle dough. ...
Butter Milk Waffle Dough
Butter Milk Waffle Dough With butter milk waffle dough you can bake thick waffles that are particularly loose and do not taste too sweet. For butter milk waffle dough first mix flour with a slightly heaped teaspoon baking powder and a pinch of salt. ...

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