Monday, November 20, 2017

Belgian Liège Waffles

Breville waffle maker liège waffles
This Belgian Liège Waffles recipe is from Breville's the Smart Waffle™ Pro 4 Slice waffle maker recipe book. It is an easy to make delicious recipe for traditional Belgian Liège Waffles that tastes like soft buns. We enjoy making a variety of different types of waffles in Breville's the Smart Waffle™ Pro 4 Slice waffle maker. This home appliance has extraordinary features that take the guess work out of making waffles. More about its features and how you can win your own before December 8th on this post.  
Breville waffle maker liège waffles
2 teaspoons dry active yeast
¼ cup warm milk
2 tablespoons raw sugar
2 cups plain flour
½ teaspoon salt
4 oz. softened butter
Vanilla extract to taste
1 large egg
½ cup Belgian pearl sugar

Dissolve yeast in half of the warm milk with a teaspoon of the sugar. Stand for 5 to 10 minutes to activate. Place flour, salt, butter, remaining sugar, vanilla extract and egg into a bowl and mix till it the texture is crumbly.

Add warm milk and mix a little more to incorporate. Add activated yeast mixture and mix until dough does not stick to the sides of the bowl. Cover with a clean cloth and rest for 10 minutes. Add pearl sugar and gently knead through until evenly distributed.

Let the dough rest for 1 hour and then cut into 80g balls.

Select BELGIAN waffle setting and select 4 on LIGHT/DARK indicator dial. Preheat until orange light flashes up and the words HEATING disappear. Place a ball of dough into each waffle square and close lid to cook. Repeat with remaining dough.
Breville waffle maker liège waffles
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26 comments:

  1. These look delicious! Look forward to give them a try!

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  2. Your recipe looks fantastic and so does this waffle maker.

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  3. Oh, we all love homemade waffles! These look great!

    Rafflecopter Name is Anne Taylor

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  4. Looks easy enough to try I bet it taste good too

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  5. wow... waffles look delicious... thanks for sharing the recipe...

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  6. They look good and easy to make!! I bet my kids would eat these all up!!

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  7. this looks so wonderful!! Such a time and mess saver too, there is nothing like fresh anything from breakfast.

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  8. We love waffles. Great breakfast food.

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  9. The waffles look delicious. My family loves waffles.
    Florence Cochrane

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  10. The machine looks like it will have a lot less mess then the regular ones I've seen (I don't have one , I usually just make pancakes lol)

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  11. I did not realize yeast was used in making waffles. They look delicious.

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  12. Looks good, we love waffles so I know they would be enjoyed in this house. (Judy Cowan)

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  13. Thanks for the post! I love Belgian waffles - my fave!

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  14. I have never made Liege waffles, but I'm excited to try!

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  15. You have my mouth watering, these waffles look so yummy!

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  16. great looking waffles!
    jan

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  17. Thanks for the recipe will have to try them

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  18. Would love to try my mom's waffle recipe with this machine!

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  19. Fabulous looking waffles! I think I could even make those with that waffle maker!

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  20. This recipe looks wonderful. I would enjoy trying it.

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  21. These really do look good and I would love to have a go at making them!

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  22. This sounds like a great recipe to make!

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  23. Oh my weakness is waffles, hazelnut topping, banana and whipped cream. I would love this.

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  24. My great grandmother is from Belgium and one of my favourite things to eat is Belgian waffles - they are truly delicious! I would love to make these at home!

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  25. Very interesting recipe, especially since they are yeasted! I have a waffle maker which is barely used! Would love to try...

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