Liège Waffle


Liège Waffle

Liège Waffle is made by mixing yeast dough with pearl sugar and letting it rise. The dough is then cooked in a waffle iron until it is golden brown. The waffle has a crispy exterior and a soft and chewy interior. It is often served with a dusting of powdered sugar or a drizzle of chocolate sauce.

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Origins and history

Liège Waffle originated in the city of Liège in Belgium and is a popular street food in the country. It is often sold at fairs and festivals.

Dietary considerations



There are many variations of Liège Waffle, including adding cinnamon or vanilla extract to the dough. Some recipes also call for the addition of fruit or chocolate chips for added flavor.

Presentation and garnishing

Liège Waffle can be presented on a plate with a dusting of powdered sugar on top. It can also be garnished with fresh fruit or a dollop of whipped cream.

Tips & Tricks

To make the waffle extra crispy, use pearl sugar instead of regular sugar in the dough.


Liège Waffle can be served with fresh fruit or a dollop of whipped cream on the side. It is also delicious with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or a drizzle of caramel sauce.

Drink pairings

Coffee or hot chocolate