Easy Belgian Waffles

Roxanne’s Baking Pan

During my childhood, I associated waffles with breakfast out at a diner. New Jersey is known for their diner breakfasts, which they serve all day. Not until I was already out of school did I realize how easy it was to make waffles at home, and from scratch! I started off with a traditional yeasted recipe, which required me knowing I wanted waffles for breakfast the night before (which didn’t often happen). This recipe takes minutes, no forethought and you can hardly taste the difference!

The secret to great waffles is to separate your eggs and whip your eggs whites to get the perfect fluffy texture that makes these waffles just as good as at your favorite breakfast joint. You can use a hand or stand mixer to get whipped egg whites. I wouldn’t suggest doing it by hand, because no one wants that kind of arm work out when…

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