Belgian Waffles

Feb. 26, 2014 ~ Mar. 4, 2014 : Pizza, Fresh Pasta with Tomato Sauce, Belgian Waffles, Quiche Lorraine

My Task : Grab ingredients, melt margarine, mix batter, pour batter onto waffle iron. Clean up – House Keeper (Sweep the floor, wipe counters, help put away dishes)


Belgian Waffles



1 Egg

250 mL Flour

50 mL Margarine, melted

200 mL Milk

7 mL Sugar

10 mL Baking Powder


1. Heat waffle iron.

2. Beat Egg until fluffy, beat in remaining ingredients until just smooth.

3. Pour batter from liquid measuring cup onto center of hot waffle iron, about 50 mLs per side of the waffle maker.

4. Bake until steaming stops, about 5 mins.

5. Remove waffles carefully and place onto a cookie sheet in the over to stay warm.


My Opinion of the Lab:

This lab was pretty good. We cooked the waffles until they were crispy. They tasted delicious with the whipped cream and the syrup, but next time I would use a little less margarine because it felt a bit too heavy.



How could you use this recipe at home?

At home, I would use this recipe for a simple breakfast.

When would you eat it?

I would eat it for breakfast in the morning.

Who would you serve it to?

I would serve it to my family, friends and myself.

How could you alter the recipe to make it healthier?

I could use half whole wheat flour and half all-purpose flour, and less margarine.

How could you alter the recipe to make it cheaper?

I could use less margarine.


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