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Belgian SUGAR Waffles with Biscoff Cookie Spread {Recipe}

Buttermilk Belgian SUGAR Waffles with Biscoff Cookie Spread {ReMarkableHome. net}
Waffles are kindof the new thing here in Utah.  There are waffle restaurants and food trucks popping up all over the place.  My husband and I recently tried out a truck called Waffle Love.  They serve up hot Liege waffles, topped with spreads, fruit, and cream.  A Liege waffle is different than your typical waffle made from batter.  They are actually made from a yeasty ball of dough containing Belgian pearl sugar, which is like sugar beads.  {recipe after the break}
When the waffle cooks, the sugar melts and crystallizes.  The result is an absolutely delicious waffle like you’ve never tasted before.  My husband and I thought the waffle was delicious, but the $8 price tag for a 4”x4” waffle was a little over the top.
A couple weeks ago I decided we needed to have waffles for dinner. I had researched Liege waffles and found that to make that dough takes a couple of days.  I will be experimenting with the recipe I found at some point, but for a last minute dinner recipe I had to go back to my stand-by Buttermilk Belgian Waffle Recipe.  But, I thought it would be fun to try adding some sugar to this batter and see if I could duplicate a little of what I experienced with the Waffle Love waffle.  So, I took a cup of sugar cubes and crushed them up a little till I had some kidney bean sized chunks of sugar.  I added the sugar to the batter, and cooked the waffles as usual.  The result was a delicious, sweet waffle.  I was worried the sugar might burn in my waffle iron, but it didn’t.
Buttermilk Belgian SUGAR Waffles with Biscoff Cookie Spread {ReMarkableHome. net}
We topped our waffles with Biscoff Cookie Spread, sweetened whipped cream, and sliced strawberries.  No syrup necessary.  They were delicious!  My husband liked them better than Waffle Love’s.  I love the chewy, yeasty Liege waffle, but these are a good stand-in when money or time don’t allow the 30 minute trip to the waffle truck!  If you’ve never had Biscoff, you definitely need to try it.  It is ground up cookies with a hint of cinnamon flavor.  It is the consistency of peanut butter.  It is really delicious eaten with a spoon straight from the jar.  Don’t say I didn’t warn you!  It was fantastic on these waffles.  My kids hadn’t had it before and they were all in heaven.  You can buy it at the grocery store near the peanut butter.
Give these waffles a try.  For breakfast, for dinner, or for dessert.  You can top them with Biscoff, or Nutella, or peanut butter, and kind of fruit, whipped cream, maple syrup or the Butter Syrup found HERE.  You won’t regret it!
Buttermilk Belgian Sugar Waffles
Yield: 4 Belgian waffles (the whole waffle iron)
  • 1 ¾ cup flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 cups buttermilk
  • ½ cup melted butter
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 cup sugar cubes, broken into smaller pieces
Topping ideas:
  • Biscoff Cookie Spread
  • Nutella
  • Peanut Butter
  • Syrup
  • Berries
  • Chopped nuts
  • Whipped cream
Directions: Combine dry ingredients in large bowl with a wire whisk. In bowl of electric mixer combine wet ingredients. Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients all at once and stir to combine. Batter will be lumpy. Cook in preheated waffle iron according to iron’s directions. Top with desired toppings and serve hot.


  1. This is wonderful. When I was down in Salt Lake last time, we ate waffles at a small place down town. They were delicious and I have been craving them since. I will be trying this recipe for sure. Thanks.

    1. I hope you like it. Do you remember which restaurant you went to? I want to try some of them out.

  2. Looks delicious! By the way, the pin it button keeps covering the recipe magic button when I try to click on it.

    1. I know. I need to work on that. If you hover over it until it says opens in new page then click it will take you to recipe magic.

  3. I love liege waffles!!! I've been so happy they started Waffle Love. There was a guy at the Provo Farmers Market that was serving them us years ago when I fell in love with them!

  4. Mrs. Diner, These aren't liege waffles, really. But they are yummy! I am hoping to try making leige waffles wone of these days!


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