If you love Belgian or yeast waffles you are in luck! These easy overnight waffles are light, fluffy, and rich in flavor! Plus, since the batter is prepared the night before all you have to do is wake up and throw them in the waffle iron for a delicious easy breakfast!
The evening before you want to eat these prepare your batter.
Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl and then stir in milk, butter and vanilla one at a time.
Cover bowl with plastic wrap and leave out overnight at room temperature.
The next morning, spray your waffle maker or brush it lightly with your oil.
While griddle is heating, separate your eggs and stir the yolks into your batter.
Beat your egg whites until they hold soft peaks, then fold them into your batter as well.
Bake your waffles in your waffle iron, top with your favorite toppings and enjoy!
We love to have these as a waffle bar for dinner sometimes when hosting guests! Serve with nutella, cookie butter, whip cream, syrup and fresh fruit!
Can I make this recipe the morning of if I forgot to do it the night before?
Yes! If you forgot to prepare your batter the night before you can absolutely still prepare these in the morning and they will be delicious, however, letting the batter sit overnight does take them to the next level and we recommend it if you can.
Can I save leftover batter?
Yes! Leftover batter can be stored safely in the fridge in an airtight container for 3-5 days.
Can I freeze them?
Yes! Leftover waffles can be saved in the fridge for a week or in the freezer for up to six months. I like to let my waffles cool completely then combine them into ziplock bags to store.