Quatre-quart waffles

Artisan waffles

“Quatre-quart” waffles are the buttery treats we used to enjoy when we were children. What’s more, Luc uses his grandmother’s recipe. You won’t be able to resist this deliciously soft delight.
In Belgium, 4/4 waffles are like the ones our grandmothers used to make at New Year to give to anyone who came to give us their best wishes. These days, we eat these waffles at any time of the year, with a tea or coffee, for breakfast for children, or when we fancy a snack.

Luc’s favourite recipe: “Gourmet” waffles

These waffles are “magical”. Everyone likes them anyway. They can also be enjoyed on their own or, if you’re a foodie like him: with kiwi fruit and banana and Chantilly cream, sprinkled with chocolate shavings.

 

The ingredients and method for these waffles was handed down to me by my maternal grandmother.
I spent an awful lot of time with her from a very young age, learning how to make decent waffles:

-“Luc, wash your hands.”
-“Luc, they’re going to stick if you forget to oil the iron…”
-“But Luc, let them cook a bit longer, they are too pale for God’s sake!”
-“There you go, you’ve done it: it smells burned, two waffles for the chickens.”
-“STOP EATING TOO MUCH DOUGH: YOU’RE GOING TO GET INDIGESTION!!!”
-“Listen to them cook.”
-“Ouch, you’ve burned yourself, quick, let’s kiss it better”

Making artisan waffles is an ART that my grandmother, Marraine Jeanine, passed on
to me.
You can taste quality, you can see the difference; it’s a million miles away from a mass-produced product.

Format options

Fresh:

  • In packs of 4 waffles/270g: Keep for 21 days
  • Loose: box of 25 or 100 waffles: Keep for 21 days

Frozen:

  • Box of 25 or 100 waffles: Keep for 3 months

Our ingredients:

Plain flour (Gluten)
Sugar (glucose)
Eggs
Butter
Salt

 

Allergens

Eggs and their derivatives
Grains containing gluten
Milk, derivatives and ingredients that contain lactose

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