The recipe was for regular waffles, but I only have a Belgian Waffle maker so I asked my mom if I could borrow hers – only to find out she no longer had the one we grew up with, but that she had a Belgian one, too! So, we adapted. Other waffle recipes don’t seem to adapt well to Belgian Waffle makers, but this one did. It was crisp and delicious. The flavor of malt wasn’t overwhelming, but I like what it did for the texture and color of the waffles. I topped mine with butter, maple syrup and mini chocolate chips just as the Baked Boys suggested, and it was great!
We enjoyed our waffles with sausage links.
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