something good about waffles? you can top them with whatever you like! and now it’s mandarins time, taking advantage that they’re everywhere and of course ridiculously delicious. and don’t forget that mandarins are good for your immune system, which is good for us these days that we all are struggling with cold.

something good about lemons? well, they’re awesome for your body! for example, they are a naturally detoxifying, antibacterial and as well improves your circulations. they’ve been always a must in my kitchen, because I basically serve it with in almost of everything that I eat.

waffles, waffles, waffles, yas, yas, yas.

let’s bake!




(makes about 6 big waffles)

· ingredients ·
lemon waffles
500ml oat milk
80ml fresh lemon juice
80ml melted coconut oil
60ml agave syrup
1 Tbsp lemon zest
1 tsp vanilla extract
300g plain flour
1 + ½ tsp baking powder
½ tsp salt
¼ tsp cinnamon

mandarin sauce
500g mandarins
2 Tbsp agave syrup
1 Tblsp fresh lemon juice
1 Tblsp water

· step by step ·
lemon waffles
prepare your waffle maker with a bit of margarine, to prevent the dough from stick even if the machine is non-stick, just in case.
in a medium bowl, mix the oat milk with the fresh lemon juice, and leave it just for 10 minutes.
add to the milk the melted coconut oil, agave syrup, lemon zest, vanilla extract and whisk together.
In a big bowl sift the plain flour, baking powder, salt and cinnamon. mix it and add it into the milk mixture and whisk until it’s completely well combined.
bake the waffles following your waffle maker instructions and pour the mandarin sauce on the top.

mandarin sauce
in a medium sauce pan, pour the mandarins, agave syrup, fresh lemon juice and water into a medium heat stirring constantly, until it gets thicker.




cookie dough waffles 6.1

cookie dough waffles 1

cookie dough waffles 5

we already have an incredible liège waffles recipe and a triple chocolate cookies recipe also, but I wanted to mix both ideas in one because it’s never enough, you know what I mean. what a combination isn’t it? let me tell you that the waffle dough it’s fluffy and the surprise when you find the little balls of cookie dough inside it’s like happiness it’s served on the table for breakfast.

here we are in front of a pile of cookie dough waffles..too good to be true? nop, just keep reading the recipe and try them because it’s so easy and quickly to make!

let’s bake!

cookie dough waffles 4

cookie dough waffles 7

cookie dough waffles 2

cookie dough waffles 3

(makes 8 big waffles)

· ingredients ·
250g plain flour
55g caster sugar
½ tsp salt
1 Tbsps baking powder
2 large free range eggs
120g unsalted butter, melted and cooled
360ml whole milk
1 tsp vanilla extract

cookie dough
95g plain flour
¼ tsp salt
60g unsalted butter at room temperature
1 tsp vanilla extract
55g caster sugar
55g brown sugar
60ml whole milk
90g chocolate chips

· step by step ·
in a big bowl stir together the flour, sugar, salt and baking powder, and set aside.
in another big bowl whisk together the eggs, milk, melted butter and vanilla extract.
pour the wet ingredients into the dry, whisk until everything it’s well combined and set aside.

cookie dough
in a big bowl mix the butter, vanilla extract, caster and brown sugar.
add the flour, salt and chocolate chips and mix until everything comes together.
now with two big spoons make little balls of cookie dough and pour them into the waffle batter, give a gentle stir to the mixture and set aside meanwhile your waffle maker gets ready.
when the waffle maker it’s ready grease it with a bit of melted butter (even if it’s non-stick, because you never know with these things..) and cook the waffles.

· tips ·
it’s so important to don’t stir too much the batter when you incorporate the cookie dough little balls, because you want to taste the difference between both doughs, and if you keep stirring they will mix completely.



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!