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5 Belgian waffle recipes worth falling for this Autumn

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October 26, 2018 at 4:25:26 PM PDT October 26, 2018 at 4:25:26 PM PDTth, October 26, 2018 at 4:25:26 PM PDT
So many Belgian waffle recipes, so little time! Here are a few of our favorites for fall...

Maple & Pecan Belgian Waffles

Fall is all about comforting Maple, pumpkin and nutty flavors. That's why Maple & Pecan Belgian Waffles are one of our seasonal favorites! First of all, you need to toast your pecans in preparation. Then add roughly 1¼ cup of the pecans and 1½ – 2 tbsps of Maple extract to Sephra's Belgian Waffle batter. Bake in your Waffle Baker and top with a smear of soft butter and a drizzle of warm Maple Syrup.

Pumpkin-Spiced Belgian Waffles

Everything at this time of year is “pumpkin-spiced”, so why not pumpkin waffles? With the Sephra Belgian Waffle Mix, you just need to add water to make the perfect waffle. And, for this recipe, all it takes is 4-5 heaped teaspoons of Pumpkin Spice Blend to transform your waffles into a fall delicacy. Simply top with Maple Syrup and whipped cream or Apple Cider Syrup.

Chocolate Chip Waffles

Make a small batch of waffle batter according to Sephra Belgian Waffle mix package directions. Then, to avoid sticky chocolate in your waffle maker, add 1 tablespoon of dry waffle batter mix to ½ cup of chocolate chips (milk or dark – your choice) in a separate small bowl. Stir and coat the chips evenly with the dry batter mix. Add the prepared batter to the waffle baker and sprinkle with 1 tablespoon of dry chip mixture on each waffle. Smooth the moist batter over the chocolate chips and bake as directed. Easy and delicious! You’ll soon have a fluffy Belgian waffle hiding tasty little chocolate morsels to please even the pickiest eater at your table.

Chocolate S'Mores Belgian Waffles

For a small batch of S'mores Chocolate Waffles, add 5-6 tablespoons of sifted dry, baking cocoa and 8-9 tablespoons of sugar to the batter. Mix well and bake as usual. When the waffle comes out of the waffle baker, immediately swirl a generous spoonful of Nutella on top. Next, sprinkle with S’mores Pieces. PERFECT! We’re talking downright delicious and adorable. A great dessert waffle or a fun treat for a birthday party, baby shower or even wedding brunch. We hope you’ll try some or all of our versatile ways to enjoy Sephra Belgian Waffle Mix. Get creative and let us know what favorite recipes you’ve ‘invented’. We’d love to hear from you.

How to prepare your Sephra Waffle batter

Our Belgian Waffle Mix comes in 5 lb bags. Each bag will make around 30-34 waffles. To make a full batch: Pour 9 1/3 C. of cold water into a stainless steel bowl. Gradually add one 5 lb bag of the mix and whisk 'til big lumps are gone. Pour about 2/3 cups of batter onto the waffle griddle for each waffle. Cook until golden brown. To make a small Batch: Pour 1 3/4 cups of cold water into a stainless steel bowl. Gradually add 3 cups of mix and whisk until any big lumps are gone. Pour about 2/3 cups batter onto the waffle griddle for each waffle. Cook until golden brown. Makes about 5-6 cups of batter and yields 6-7 waffles.