If you and your family love lazy breakfasts during the weekend, you are going to love this recipe for overnight Belgian waffles. The breakfast casserole is always a popular choice for breakfast and brunch gatherings; a hot and tasty casserole will feed a crowd and can conveniently be made in advance, stored in the refrigerator, and then baked the next day. Pancakes are another delicious and traditional option for a family breakfast. However, after one serving of these Classic Belgian Waffles, you will add this recipe to the top of your weekend breakfast lineup.Prepare the batter the night before by combining the water, yeast and sugar in a large bowl. Once the yeast is active, stir in the milk, butter, honey, vanilla and salt, then whisk in the flour. Cover with plastic wrap and let the batter sit overnight at a cool room temperature – do not refrigerate. All you do the next morning is add the eggs and baking soda, pour the batter onto a hot waffle iron, and ring the breakfast bell. Serve with favorite toppings such as syrup, fresh fruit, or whipped cream.
The descriptor paragraph mentions water with the yeast but the recipe below makes no mention of water or how much. The batter without water was a little too thick and didn't spread in the waffle iron very well.
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