If you’re going to eat waffles, why not make them fluffy, tasty Belgian waffles? I recently started making Belgian waffles since I received my very own Cuisinart Belgian Waffle Maker. So no, I’m not a professional in making waffles from scratch. If you’re like me and have pancake mix lying around and want to make waffles from that mix, you’re in the right place. Here’s my recipe I use when making waffles from pancake mix.
Tip: Serve with syrup or confetti sugar.
The Cuisinart 4 Slice Belgian Waffle Maker is easy to use. It includes a stainless steel drip tray to catch all of the messy drips that come with making waffles – and yes, you’ll need it.
The LED light on the top indicates when the maker is ready and the LED light on the bottom illuminates when the waffle is done. The maker has 6 settings – 1 being the lightest and 6 being the darkest. I usually set my maker to about 3.
One thing I must admit, the maker is a bit hard to clean. I usually wipe it down with a soapy dishrag, wash out the rag, and wipe it down again. I then take the rag and clean in between each square.
Though it’s quite a process to clean, I enjoy my waffle maker and I’m still tweaking my recipe to make it perfect with the right amount of sweetness.
What’s your favorite breakfast food?
I did not receive compensation for this post. However, I did receive product for review.