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It's all in the Waffling batter...

Updated: Dec 21, 2022

What is so special about Belgium waffles? Belgian waffles are beloved for their extra-deep pockets—the better for filling with butter, jam, or maple syrup. They are often thicker than their American counterparts, and made with a yeasted batter and crunchy pearl sugar. There's nothing quite like a classic Belgian waffle.


At Burnedale Bistro, our kitchen team proud themselves on taking time love and care when creating our waffle batter, with secret ingredients that we would love to share. However have been passed down within the family roots to bring you the waffles you know and love today.


But we can share some tips with you when you make your own waffles at home, follow the hints below and try and recreate your Burnedale Bistro waffles at home:


  1. Strike while the iron's hot. If your waffles come out pale and soft, it could be because the appliance isn't hot enough. ...

  2. Whip your whites. ...

  3. Opt for oil instead of butter. ...

  4. Try a yeasted-waffle recipe. ...

  5. Add cornstarch. ...

  6. Finish them in the oven.

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