BEST BELGIAN WAFFLE RECIPE
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|2 cups bisquick|
|1 1/3 cup whole milk or buttermilk|
|2 tablespoon vegetable oil|
|STRAWBERRY SAUCE FOR WAFFLE|
|1 average bag unsweetended strawberries, sliced|
|1 can strawberry pie filling|
WHEN STRAWBERRIES ARE ROOM TEMP,
MIX WITH FILLING. SWEETEN A LITTLE
MORE, IF NECESSARY WITH SUGAR.
|HONEY BUTTER FOR WAFFLE|
|2 sticks softened butter|
|1 8oz. whipped cream cheese|
|1/2 to 1 cup honey (to taste)|
|1/4 cup brown sugar|
|STIR EVERYTHING UNTIL SMOOTH|
CLARKSTON, MI (pop. 144,466)
Member Since Feb 2010
I purchased a Waring Belgian Waffle maker last year after using one at the hotel I cook for. I wanted a real professional kind for home use. I have searched and searched for a good recipe because at the hotel we use commercial mix and it's the best. But finding a recipe to match it wasn't easy. But I did it! It's the fluffiest waffle with just a hint of crispiness on the outside. I am also including my recipe for honeybutter and strawberry sauce to use on the waffle.
In large batter bowl, whisk all batter ingredients until smooth. (I quadruple this recipe for a crowd). Follow the waffle maker direction.
NOTE: With the cream cheese in the butter and the strawberry sauce on this great waffle, you have a wonderful marriage of flavors.