Fresh or frozen pearl sugar waffles

Pearl-sugar waffles, made from a brioche dough and decorated with large beads of pearl sugar, are based on the Liège Waffle, which (legend has it) was invented by the chef to the Prince of Liège. The whole Kingdom of Belgium immediately loved this new delight and its delicate aroma of baking.

Different ways of enjoying our waffles

Cold or warmed in the microwave or on a contact grill, plain or spread with chocolate or a fruit coulis, with a scoop of ice-cream for those with a bigger appetite.

 

Packaging

Fresh

  • In packets of 5 waffles / 420 g : 2 weeks’ conservation
  • Loose, in boxes of 25 or 100 waffles : 2 weeks’ conservation

Frozen

  • Boxes of 25 or 100 waffles : 3 months’ conservation

 

Ingredients

Wheat flour
Sugar (glucose)
Water
Non-hydrogenated vegetable fats
Eggs
Yeast
Salt
Milk

 

Allergens

Eggs and egg products
Cereals containing gluten
Milk, milk derivatives and products containing lactose

Informations

Our waffles

Fresh or frozen leavened-dough waffles

Artisan waffles are made from leavened dough, in accordance with the culinary traditions of the Ardennes. These soft, golden-baked delicacies, cooked in a cast iron waffle pan on a wood fire, were traditionally made for the New Year.

 

Different ways of eating waffles

Plain, cold or warmed in the toaster, buttered, with jam, or spread with chocolate or honey.

Gourmets will also appreciate a sugar-savoury mix, for example by spreading the waffles with a soft cheese flavoured with chives.

 

Packaging

Fresh

  • In packets of 6 waffles / 340 g : 2 weeks’ conservation
  • Loose, in boxes of 25 or 100 waffles : 2 weeks’ conservation

 

Frozen

  • Box of 25 or 100 waffles : 3 months’ conservation

 

Ingredients

Wheat flour
Sugar (glucose)
Water
Non-hydrogenated vegetable fats
Eggs
Yeast
Salt

 

Allergens

Eggs and egg products
Cereals containing gluten

Informations

Our waffles

Our waffles