RECIPE: soft Belgian waffles without sugar and lactose
We regularly test recipes at Jolliette, or we experiment with a healthier form of existing recipes. On Sundays we often feel like something sweet. In the most delicious wafers from my mum, for example. Our daughter has lactose intolerance, we made a version of Belgian waffles without lactose especially for her and also replaced the sugar with a healthier version. This keeps our waffles nice and sweet. Give this recipe a try and combine it with a portion of red fruit. This way you get 1 of your 2 servings of fruit per day (also think of your 3 servings of vegetables). Opt for a mix of berries such as blueberries and strawberries.
500 grams of self-raising flour
250 grams of Alpro Soya margarine
200 grams Zusto sugar substitute
1 cup lactose-free milk
3 drops vanilla extract
- Work with room temperature ingredients.
- Mix the eggs with the flour, margarine, eggs, milk and vanilla extract until fluffy.
- Add the sugar substitute.
- Never mix the sugar substitute directly with the butter.
- Heat a waffle iron to speed 3.4 to 4. Apply some oil to the waffle iron with a brush.
- Fill with the batter and bake the waffles until golden brown.
- Let the waffles cool completely on a wire rack.
- Serve with fruit.