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These were fantastic! I used pumpkin spiced eggnog instead of milk and a small dash of almond extract. The rest I left the same and wow... they turned out amazing. Thanks so much for sharing and giving me a good opportunity to use my own processed pumpkin =D
Added about 1/2 cup toasted chopped pecans and reduced the liquid by about 1/3 cup. I live at about 5,280 feet, so I also reduced the baking powder to 1 1/2 teaspoons, and left the baking soda as written. Excellent! My family loves them. Next time I'll replace some of the all purpose flour with whole wheat. I used 3/4 cup of batter in my Oster Belgian waffle maker, for each waffle.
Very good recipe. I thought the amount of spices might be overwhelming, but it's not. The batter is somewhat runny and that's makes the inside of the waffle very soft and moist. It's not a bad thing but i may decrease the milk slightly next time and see what happens.
These have great flavour! Nice & spicy and tender. I made them for New Year's Day brunch for 5 people so I made a double batch - and I ended up with a MOUNTAIN of waffles - I lost count after 24 waffles - lol!! But, it turned out okay because they heated up great in the toaster.
These were delicious! My family loved them! They were light and airy...just how we like them. I served them with blueberries and warm syup...yum! Also, I made them in my belgian waffle iron, but noticed that I only needed 3/4 c. batter. Great recipe!
Great and Easy Belgian Waffles! Very moist, sweet, golden, and substantial. I will make these very often. My iron held about 2/3 cup perfectly. Thanks Sherri35!
I made pancakes with this recipe after they made a bodacious mess in my waffle iron. Everyone enjoyed them. Very tasty.
great and easy recipe, but probably just a little too much liquid. I added about 1/3 cup finely chopped pecans. Delicious Oh - and I used 1 cup of AP flour and 1/2 cup WW - you'ld never know the difference
Just made these for my mom and discovered that either the flour or the milk measurements are off. I always add just half of any liquid to a recipe to mix before adding the rest and was glad I did. I saved the other half of the liquid for another batch tomorrow. Great taste, but would double the spices and maybe add chopped cranberries. The trick to any waffle no matter regular or belgian is to grease the iron well each time. My first on stuck on one corner where I missed the spray oil. Got it all on the rest and them came out wonderful.
What a great recipe! I loved it. I used whole wheat flour and substituted pumpkin pie spice for all the spices since I was missing a couple of them. I also sprayed my waffle iron with non-stick spray and it worked like a charm! I will be making this again and again! I also used a suggestion from above and made my own honey butter to go with it, couldn't have been more perfect.