liège waffles 4

liège waffles 2

these belgian liège waffles are a little bit different from the usual ones because these ones are more consistent and with pearl sugar inside. for me are awesome and so tasty with that pinch of cinnamon.

if you top them with crème fraiche and raspberries like me then you’ll realize that it’s the best idea that you had on the day, so fresh and smooth! in fact..I’m craving more and more, be careful this is addictive!

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let’s bake!

liège waffles 5

liège waffles 8

(makes about 5 big waffles)

· ingredients ·
200ml lukewarm milk
15gr active dry yeast
500gr plain flour
1 tsp salt
½ tsp cinnamon
2 Tsp brown sugar
2 lrg free range eggs
200gr pearl sugar

· step by step ·
in a bowl dissolve the active dry yeast with the milk.
in another clean bowl combine the flour, salt, cinnamon and brown sugar.
then add the milk mixture, eggs and keep kneading until the dough is elastic and doesn’t sticks to the sides of the bowl.
add the butter and keep kneading until everything it’s well combined.
cover it with a kitchen towel for about 2hrs to leave it rise in a warm place of the room.
pour the pearl sugar into the dough and combine.
divide the dough in little balls, each one about 50gr.
wait 15min more to let it rest at room temperature.
brush the waffle maker with melted butter and place the little balls inside, close it and wait for about 4min until the dough it’s golden.
take off the waffles from the machine with a wooden spoon and wait about 10min to let them cool a bit.
top them with crème fraiche, raspberries and icing sugar.

· tips ·
top them with whatever you want, are can’t go wrong with them!



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