Belgium Waffles
You can grab a box of Bisquick and whip up a batch of waffles a lot easier and quicker than making these waffles. Personally, I think these are much more tasty – they’re lighter, fluffier and so filling! The next time you want waffles leave the Bisquick in the cupboard and try these instead.
  1. These waffles rise alot – you’ll want to use a pretty big bowl. Pour the warm milk in the bowl and sprinkle the dry yeast over it and stir. (shouldn’t have used a yellow bowl for the pictures!)
  2. Separate the eggs, beat the yolks, and add to the yeast mixture (I always make a double batch so this picture shows a lot of egg yolks)
  3. Mix in all the dry ingredients (flour, salt, and sugar). Mix well
  4. Stir in the melted butter
  5. Beat the egg whites until stiff peaks form
  6. Fold the egg whites into the batter and set in a warm place to rise
  7. After about 45 minutes your batter will be ready for the waffle iron – here’s how much mine has risen
  8. Pre-heat your waffle iron, spray with cooking spray, and scoop the batter into the grids being careful to fill the section without overflowing them. Cook accroding to your waffle iron’s directions.
Recipe Notes

This is a recipe I found on the internet a while ago but I’m not sure where I found it – this is not an original recipe.