Classic Belgian Waffles

March 25, 2019


Hello! Hi! It's me again!


Sorry I have been soooo absent here, I really have missed blogging, sharing recipes and inspiration with you all. As some of you may know, I recently got engaged and since then I haven't been the best at managing time. Not a good excuse at all, but it is what it is nonetheless.


It's literally been 10 days of all over the place  but that is about to change (slowly). I did put some pressure on myself at some point to post and the guilt started to set in once I realised it had been days. But after day 5 I told myself that I am allowed to be all over place sometimes and in that time, its ME time.


I decided that I am going to take control of that and no longer be so terrible at time management (apparently we are supposed to get better at this as we age... apparently). So many things were told to me as a child and I genuinely believed that as an adult I would grow into whatever "adults" do, but honestly, everyday is a new day with new challenges and I just try to take it as it comes. 


Seeing as I haven't posted in about 10 days I decided to dive back in, actually that is a lie, frolic back in with a cutesy post about Classic Belgian Waffles that should be had on a Monday to dispel horrible Monday rumours. I made the entire recipe in my Kenwood blender and let the batter sit for about 10 minutes to thicken, which really does help when baking them as they become thicker and more defined. 


Enough chit chat, here is the recipe and trust me when I say it is a good one!


P.s I'll be posting an amazing amazing giveaway tomorrow with a recipe, so watch my social media for updates :)


Bon apetit!

Zorah xo


Recipe: Belgian Waffles




2 cups self raising flour

3 eggs

1 tsp. cinnamon powder

1/4 tsp. salt

1 tsp. vanilla essence 

2 cups milk

2 tbsp. coconut sugar

2 tbsp. melted butter




Blend everything together in your blender and allow the batter to rest. 

After that, use a grease proof spray on your waffle maker and add batter when the waffle maker is warm and ready to go. 

Bake them for about 5-7 minutes and enjoy!



















































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