I always forget how much work Belgian waffles are when I put them on the week's menu. Why? I don't really know - probably because all I'm thinking about is the yummy taste! From start to finish, it's about 45 minutes, but there are SO many dishes at the end. Good thing each batch takes about 4 minutes and 15 seconds which is pretty much enough time to get all of my dishes done before dinner (yes, I'm that person who has to multitask by cooking and doing dishes at the same time).
Belgian waffles are such a hit with everyone so you can't really go wrong here. Add a little bacon (from the oven, or you'll never have enough hands to make waffles, do dishes, and make bacon), and voila! Full and happy tummies all around. I gave my little 3-year-old Leighton a plate with a waffle on it, and by the time I sat down, it was gone.
Note: my recipe is made for a 4-chamber All-Clad Belgian Waffle maker (and I use a Kitchen Aid stand mixer)
Buttermilk Belgian Waffles
Recipe makes about 12-14 waffles. Probably enough for 4-6, depending on how hollow legs are and what sides are served.
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