Belgian Waffles

Belgian Waffles Facts.

Where did Belgian Waffles come from?

As you can tell by the name, Belgian Waffles came from Belgium.

Facts about Belgium.

*Belgium is in the Eastern and Northern Hemispheres.

*The Latitude and Longitude of Brussels, Belgium is 50.8500 degrees N and 4.3500 degrees E

*Most Natural Resources in Belgium are Construction Materials, But Belgium used to be big in the Coal Industry.

*The Area of Belgium in square kilometers is 30,528.

*Floods, Storms, and Earthquakes are common Natural Hazards.

*The two most common Ethnicities are Flemmings and Walloons.

*Other Major Cities of Belgium are Antwerp, Ghent, Charleroi, Leige, and Bruges.

*Most of Belgium has plains and gorges.

*The Population of Belgium is 11,183,000.

*The Climate of Belgium is Temperate Maritime, influenced by the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

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A description of Belgian Waffles.

Belgian Waffles are thick and sweet. When you add syrup to Belgian Waffles it makes it even sweeter, but if you leave it out for a couple of hours with syrup it makes it soggy.

Recipe for Belgian Waffles.

2 cups flour 4 teaspoons baking powder 2 eggs separated

1/4 cup sugar 1/2 teaspoons salt 1/2 cup oil

2 cups milk

Put the dry ingredients in a large bowl.

Separate the eggs.

In small bowl beat egg whites until stiff.

Mix together the egg yolks, milk, and oil and stir slightly.

Add to dry ingredients and mix well.

Add in beaten egg whites.

Cook in waffle maker until done.

A place where you can get a Belgian Waffle.

You can get a Belgian Waffle at Waffle House. It is located at 1150 S Meridian Ave. Oklahoma City, OK. A Belgian waffle is about 2.25$ plus tax.
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