Belgian waffles recipe

Today, shortly after waking up, I decided that I would do waffles for breakfast. After all, the three of us were together, and a great day was ahead of us.

I found this recipe a long time ago, and as per usual, when a recipe works great for me I add it to my recipes' notebook. Also per usual, when I like something I share it with you guys as well. Full credits to the person who created this recipe, who wasn't me.

But enough rambling, since you're only here to learn how to make the best Belgian waffles of your life!

Spoiler alert: The trick is to separate the egg whites from the egg yolk for a crunchy outside and fluffy inside.


  • 2 cups of self-raising flour
  • 2 eggs (separate the whites from the yolk)
  • 2 cups of milk
  • 1/4 cup of sugar
  • 1/2 cup of oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon of salt

How to:

Set the waffle iron to warm. 

In a bowl combine all the dry ingredients. 

In a different bowl, beat the egg whites to a stiff peak. Reserve.

Add the egg yolks, the oil, and milk to the dry ingredients and beat for a couple of minutes, until the mixture is homogeneous. 

Combine the egg whites to the mixture and cook in your pre-heated and pre-oiled waffle iron.

Use the toppings of your choice.

Waffles recipe

With this recipe, you can make about 16 to 18 waffles. It may seem like a lot, but you can actually save them for later and use your toaster to warm them up. Or, you can also save the batter and make some nice fluffy pancakes!

Simply delicious.


  1. Oh minha nossa senhora... queroooooooooo

    Xoxo, Pirilampos
    Pirilampos em Marte

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    1. Estou sempre às ordens no que toca a estragar a silhueta haha :D