Waffles, a typical Belgian delicacy

Here in Belgium we call waffles (“gaufre” in French) “galettes”. Our “galettes” are totally different from the “galette des rois” (a cake traditionally eaten to celebrate Epiphany) and “galettes bretonnes” (savoury buckwheat pancakes).
The “galette” is a type of waffle that comes in different formats and in different flavours: the “quatre-quart” (traditional Belgian waffles), “gaufres molles” (soft waffles), “grosses gaufres” (thick waffles”), “gaufres au sucre” (sweet waffles) and “gaufres de ménage” (home-made waffles) to name but a few.

This recipe is the classic one, handed down to us by our Belgian grandmothers. It makes the perfect mid-morning or afternoon snack, for young and old alike.

Galettes de Luc offers 3 versions, made according to 100% artisan methods:
Quality and Food safety
The waffle dough is produced according to artisan methods to guarantee a quality product.

It complies with HACCP standards in force.

Taking things once step further, the company was awarded IFS Food certification in 2017. Each and every waffle meets the highest food industry standards and requirements.

Galettes de Luc offers 3 versions, made according to 100% artisan methods: