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Caramel Waffles

  • Total Time

    1h 30m
    • Prep Time

      1h 10m
    • Bake Time

      20m
  • Serves

    10

  • Skill Level

    Intermediate
  • Dietary Needs

    NF/Veg
    • Nut free
    • Vegetarian
  • 1 Review

    3 star rating

Also know as Dutch Stroopwaffels, these Caramel Waffles are filled with sweet caramel gooeyness and are a firm coffee shop favourite. So why not whip up a batch and come Elvenses pour yourself a hot cuppa, relax and enjoy. Beware though, these are incredibly moreish so you may have to eat the whole batch. 

Method

  1. Mix together all of the waffle ingredients in a large bowl until the mixture begins to form into a thick dough. Once it reaches that point, remove from the bowl and knead for a few minutes until you achieve a smooth, stretchy dough. You can use a mixer with a dough hook as an alternative kneading method.

    • 60ml Milk (Lukewarm)
    • 2 Easy Bake Yeast Sachet (we like Allinson)
    • 520g Plain White Flour
    • 100g Golden Caster Sugar (We like Billington's)
    • 1 tsp Cinnamon (Ground)
    • ¼ tsp Salt
    • 250g Unsalted Butter
    • 1 Eggs (Free Range) (Large)
    • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract (We Like Nielsen Massey)
  2. Place the dough in a bowl and cover with a damp tea towel and leave to prove for 45 minutes.

  3. Whilst the dough is proving, you can make the caramel filling. Heat the treacle, dark muscovado sugar, butter and cinnamon in a saucepan over a medium heat until all of the sugar and butter has melted and blended together. Place the caramel filling to one side.

    • 350g Treacle
    • 200g Dark Muscovado (We like Billington's)
    • 50g Unsalted Butter
    • 1 tsp Cinnamon (Ground)
  4. Preheat your pizelle or ice cream waffle cone iron. Divide the dough up into 10 pieces and roll each piece into a ball. Place the ball of dough into the centre of the waffle iron and close the lid. You will need to cook the dough until the steam stops escaping from the sides and the waffle becomes golden in colour.

  5. Carefully remove the waffle from the iron using a palette knife, then tidy up the outer rim using a circular cookie cutter to cut out a neat circle.

  6. Whilst the waffle remains hot carefully use a sharp knife to split the waffle in half (horizontally) You will need to move quickly as the waffle will harden as it cools and may break when slicing.

  7. Spoon some of the caramel filling onto the inside of one of the waffle halves and spread out with a knife or the back of the spoon. Place the other waffle half on top to sandwich the caramel inside then leave them to one side to set.

  8. If you do not have a special pizelle or thin waffle iron you could use a waffle ice cream cone iron as an alternative. A standard waffle iron will make waffles that are too thick and you won’t achieve the results that you are expecting.  

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Reviews

  1. 3 star rating

    Yuck! The recipe says “treacle”, so I used treacle. The method is fine and produced good waffles but the filling is so rich and frankly disgusting. What I think they meant was golden syrup and I will try that next time.
    Also be aware that the recipe makes 20 stroopwaffles, not 10. Also, this is not suitable for young children as I could not manage without burning my left hand (20 times...) and there is some use of a sharp knife involved. This lot are headed for the bin, but the method is sound.

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  • Skill

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  • Diet

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