Who doesn’t love a nice warm waffle topped with fresh fruit, Chantilly cream, maple syrup, or melted chocolate? Since it first appeared in Belgium, this light, crispy, vanilla-flavoured pastry has become a worldwide favourite, and it’s constantly being reinvented. In fact, there’s a ton of original waffle recipes, from savoury pizza waffles to frozen dessert maple waffles.

Another version that is insanely popular these days is inspired from American delis: the chicken and waffles recipe—essentially a waffle served with fried chicken. Why not try this delicious, spectacular combo for your next brunch get-together? It’s sure to impress and satisfy even the biggest appetites!

Belgian waffle, fried chicken, and maple syrup white butter

Preparation: 30 minutes
Cooking time: about 1 hour
Servings: 4 servings

  1. Mimosa
    Sparkling wine / champagne

Passion Mimosa

Such an elaborate, sophisticated recipe deserves nothing less than… bubbles! For brunch, a Mimosa made of orange juice and sparkling wine is a must. Simple and refreshing, it’s perfect to accompany a varied menu of waffles, scrambled eggs, pastries, pancakes, and even smoked salmon bagels. Take it up a notch with a terroir Mimosa, made of maple whisky and a drop of maple syrup!

Even more recipes and inspiring pairings

Gingerbread-style waffles + a sparkling cider cocktail 

Start with a basic waffle recipe, and add a pinch of nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves. Serve with homemade applesauce… Yum! You can pair this dish with a refreshing cocktail made of sparkling cider and gin, and naturally sweetened with applesauce.

Eggs and bacon waffle sandwich + a rosé from the Fruity and Light taste tag

Eggs and bacon are brunch staples! Now, imagine a breakfast sandwich consisting of two waffles, scrambled eggs, bacon, cheese, and tomatoes. It’s sure to be a hit! Serve it with a dry, delicate rosé with refreshing red fruit aromas.

Choco-banana waffle + a Fruity and Extra Sweet taste tag

A banana waffle with crunchy maple-candied nuts… the perfect recipe for an impressive brunch. Pair your masterpiece with a refined White Port with complex flavours and a nice, rich mouthfeel.

  1. Fall Harvest
    Dry gin
    Sparkling cider