These are a great breakfast or dessert that go great with maple syrup or a fruit topping. You need a waffle maker to get the traditional shape.
A syrup waffle is a light and crispy waffle made from two thin layers of baked batter with a caramel cinnamon syrup filling. To experience a syrup waffle at its absolute scrumptious, they are best eaten hot directly from your waffle plate.
Orange segments and banana slices soaked in orange juice make a luscious partner to hot, freshly toasted waffles, especially when served with a warm caramel sauce.
Classic crispy waffles made in the waffle iron, accompanied by a sauce of pear, maple syrup, pecans and blackberries.
Condensed milk is the main ingredient in these rich waffles. Serve with seasonal fruit and whipped cream.
I still cannot work out if waffles are better for breakfast or a dessert but this recipe with cream is definitely dessert.
We have all had waffles with maple syrup on them but this goes one step further and has the maple syrup in them.
Although waffles are normally thought of as a breakfast these coconut ones make a great dessert when served with ice cream.
The Liege waffle is by far the most popular type of waffle around the world with a rich vanilla flavour and caramelised sugar coating on the outside, which is a result of the last-minute addition of sugar lumps (pearl sugar) to the dough. Be aware, these are a little "involved" when it comes to preparing but it is well worth it in the end.
If you love waffles but are looking for something a bit more savoury then this is the answer. Bacon, sausage, ham and cheese go into making this hearty breakfast waffle.
These are a wonderful waffle with the slight flavour of almonds. If you don't have a waffle maker simply cook in a frypan to create a pancake version.