My Great Grandmother Menou ("Big Grandma") came from eastern Belgium; she taught my grandmother her family waffle recipe, and she passed it to my mother, who finally wrote it down at the request of my sisters. I have never found or heard of any waffle recipe even closely resembling it until I wandered upon the Liege waffles. Our family recipe differs; wonder if alterations were made in the interest of time and the ability to find ingredients in South Louisiana-the original recipe was for 100 waffles! My mother remembers watching Big Grandma cook the waffles over an open fire.
Camellia Grille in New Orleans was famous for waffles ~ 1960. We went there most weekends for breakfast. For many years I tried to replicate those waffles. Eventually I developed a recipe + method for waffles that are even better than Camellia Grille! The solution was really simple using minimal, but specific ingredients and specific method. First.... my definition of waffle heaven is a (1) really crispy exterior and (2) a chewy [not "cakey"] interior.
A basic Belgian waffle is transformed into an old fashioned soda shop treat with this tantalizing recipe. Banana splits have been dessert favorites for generations. Why not enhance the tradition by serving it atop a luxurious Belgian waffle rather than in the traditional oblong dessert dish?
The chocoholic in your life will love you eternally when you place this fantastic dessert before them. This chocolaty dessert is bound to satisfy the most serious of chocolate cravings in just one sitting.
This recipe is works great with strawberries, blueberries or raspberries. It is delicious and can be made year round because it doesn't matter whether you use fresh berries when they are in season or if your berries are frozen.
This Peanut Butter Cup Waffle Recipe was submitted by MaWhats4Dinner.com. The recipe serves 6 people, it will take you about 15 minutes to prepare and another 10 minutes to cook. Thanks for the recipe ma, and this is what's for dinner - Peanut butter cup waffles: