Easy and Delicious Belgian Waffle


Waffles are a family favorite in our home. I want to share with you my easy and delicious Belgian waffle recipe.

It does not take long to make waffles. All you need is a Belgian waffle maker, Pam Cooking Spray (necessary) and the ingredients to make these delicious Belgian Waffles.

The grandchildren love them! It makes them feel special when the waffle maker comes out. Waffles are cooked in a matter of minutes and the cleanup is a breeze. The trick to non-sticking waffles in the waffle maker is Pam Cooking Spray.

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Hope you enjoy this recipe. It is one that I have perfected over the years.

Do you cook without recipes? You know how to make the dish by heart.

One of the reasons I began to share my recipes on the blog was to capture my recipes for my daughter, Amanda. So, she could have recipes to make at her home and passed them on to her children someday as well.

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Easy and Delicious Belgian Waffle Recipe

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These easy and delicious Belgian waffles have a lovely crisp exterior with a light and fluffy inside. Top them with some butter and powder sugar, or your favorite syrup. They are also delicious with fresh berries.
Course Breakfast


  • Belgian Waffle Maker


  • 2 Large Eggs
  • 2 Cups All-Purpose Flour
  • 1/2 Cup Vegetable Oil
  • 1 Tablespoon Light Brown Sugar
  • 1 Teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Salt
  • 4 Teaspoons Baking Powder
  • 1 3/4 Cups Milk


  • Beat eggs, milk and vanilla together in a bowl.
  • Add in all of the dried ingredients and whisk until smooth. You may have a few lumps. It is perfectly fine.
  • Heat your Waffle Maker.
  • Spray the surface of the waffle iron (inside) with non-stick cooking spray (Pam).
  • Pour mix into the hot waffle maker and cook until brown. Follow the instructions on your waffle maker for cooking times.
  • Serve hot with you butter, syrup or berries.


Note: You can keep the batter covered in the refrigerator for up to a week. Just whisk well before using again.

Hope you enjoy this recipe. It is one that I have perfected over the years.

I am one of those individuals who cooks without recipes. I began capturing and writing things down for my daughter, Amanda. So she could have recipes to make at her home and past on to her children some day as well.

Have a wonderful day sweet friend!

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  1. Pinned and printed this yummy recipe, Tammy. I’ve been dreaming of waffles and this is the perfect week. A big, delicious breakfast before New Year’s Day when I’ll cook up a pot of The Party’s Over veggie soup and start getting in shape for our son’s wedding. Cheers to waffles! And, Happy New Year! xo

    1. Juliet, thank you for posting it on IG. So glad you tried out my recipe. How exciting that you have an upcoming wedding. I have two left to get married. They need to find someone.

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