Belgian Waffle Mix

After going out to eat so many waffles at dessert parlors, I thought, “Hey, wouldn’t it be great to eat homemade waffles?” The trouble is, I did not know how to make them nor did I actually own a waffle maker. As a result, I decided to consult my mother for ideas on the best waffle maker brands to purchase.

My mother said she read a review that the Gold Medal waffle maker was quite good. There are many varieties of Gold Medal old fashioned waffle irons, and they are often used in restaurants and other places of a commercial nature. I managed to find one on the internet, and waited a few days for my package to the arrive. I couldn’t wait!

After all the excitement, it was only then that I remembered that I am not that great in the kitchen. I was worried about making waffles from scratch, since the last time I made pancakes, I accidentally burned them. Fortunately, there are a few pre-made waffle mixes in the supermarket which you can purchase. This includes the Krusteaz Belgian Waffle Mix, which makes around 4-5 different waffles. There is also the Classique Fare Belgian Waffle Mix, where all you need to do is to add milk and eggs. However, after using the waffle maker for a while, I decided to make malted waffles from scratch for the first time. Guess what? They worked out perfectly! I cannot wait to make them again!

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1 Comment
  1. Marti says:

    The Classique Faire Belgian waffle mix is much better than the Krusteaz and it rises better.

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