RECIPE: soft Belgian waffles without sugar and lactose

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

4 eggs

1 cup lactose-free milk

3 drops vanilla extract


  1. Work with room temperature ingredients.
  2. Mix the eggs with the flour, margarine, eggs, milk and vanilla extract until fluffy.
  3. Add the sugar substitute.
  4. Never mix the sugar substitute directly with the butter.
  5. Heat a waffle iron to speed 3.4 to 4. Apply some oil to the waffle iron with a brush.
  6. Fill with the batter and bake the waffles until golden brown.
  7. Let the waffles cool completely on a wire rack.
  8. Serve with fruit.
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