Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

I simply love waffles, but some recipe tend to be so time consuming and complicated. Well, this one definitely isn't! You can whip this up in nearly no time and enjoy a special Sunday breakfast with your family without the hassle. These waffles are more soft than others, because I like them less crispy.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cream butter with sugar and vanilla sugar. Add the eggs one by one.
  2. Mix baking powder and flour and add to the egg-mixture alternating with the milk.
  3. Pour portions of the dough into a well-heated and lightly greased waffle iron and bake until golden brown. Keep warm in the oven (at 100 °C) until you have made all the waffles and are ready to eat them.
Most Helpful

4 5

I good basic waffle, not as fluffy as those made with seperated eggs, but great when you're in hurry. I used extract in place of the vanilla sugar.

5 5

Instead of vanilla sugar, I used lavender vanilla sugar. It gave a nice taste to the waffles. These waffles are different. The dough is very fluffy and give great waffles. They were great with maple syrup. Thanks Lalaloula :) Made for Holiday tag

5 5

Wonderfully light and tender. I found some great blueberries at the market so I added a handful of blueberries to the batter. I had to convert the recipe to US measurements which converted everything to ounces. It was a little challenging figuring out how much the ounces measured out compared to cups, but I must have done it right because these were delicious. Fortunately I already had some homemade vanilla sugar on hand. You can make your own vanilla sugar by taking a couple vanilla beans, putting a slice down the length of the bean (not all the way through) and putting them in 4 cups of sugar. (I used quart-size canning jars.) Let the sugar sit for a week, occasionally shaking the sugar. Store in an airtight container and you will have your own homemade vanilla sugar. Thanks for sharing another great recipe, Lalaloula. Made for Aus/NZ Make My Recipe Tag Game.