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Vienna waffles - 7 popular recipes
Vienna waffles - 7 popular recipes

Difficulty Medium Author of the publication Tatyana Labazova TL

One of the most popular treats for both children and adults is waffles. This delicate and mouth-watering dessert is a real pleasure, especially if it is prepared at home. The recipe for Viennese waffles is inexpensive and comes in many varieties. For baking, both an oven and an electric waffle iron are suitable.

Classic Viennese waffles in an electric waffle iron

Use fruit jam, honey, whipped cream, chocolate sauce, or ice cream as a dessert filling. The easiest option is to sprinkle the items with powdered sugar.


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  • First grade flour - 3 glasses;
  • Sugar - a glass;
  • Egg - 6 pieces;
  • Warm milk - 400 ml;
  • Oil - pack;
  • Vanilla sugar - a teaspoon
  • Baking powder - 2 g.

Cooking method:

  1. Soften butter, mix with granulated sugar, rubbing it with a fork or mixer;
  2. Break eggs into the resulting mixture, beat, then pour in milk and mix thoroughly;
  3. Sift the flour in advance, saturating it with oxygen;
  4. Add it to the mixture along with baking powder and vanilla sugar;
  5. Knead the dough with a spoon until smooth;
  6. The waffle iron is warmed up and greased in advance;
  7. Spread the dough into the molds with a spoon;
  8. Bake until golden brown, 3-5 minutes.

Crispy Viennese waffles with sour cream

This recipe is useful for those who don't like soft waffles. Dessert is served with honey, banana or apple filling, cinnamon, powdered sugar.


  • Granulated sugar - 150 g;
  • Egg - 2 pcs;
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  • Cream - 200 g;
  • Flour - 300 g;
  • Sour cream - 2 tablespoons;
  • Oil - 100 g;
  • Lemon zest - 10 g;
  • Starch - 10 g;
  • Soda - a teaspoon;
  • Vinegar - 5 ml;
  • Vanilla sugar - a teaspoon.

Cooking method:

  1. Crack eggs, stir well with sugar.
  2. Melt and add butter to the mixture, then sour cream and cream, stir.
  3. Pour in sifted flour, add soda, slaked with vinegar.
  4. Add starch and lemon zest.
  5. Pour the dough in portions into a waffle iron and bake for 5 minutes.

Unsweetened Viennese waffles with kefir

This recipe is quick and easy to prepare, making it perfect for a child's breakfast. It is considered dietary and versatile.

Instead of kefir, they often take any low-fat fermented milk product.

The treat can be served with honey, syrup or fresh raspberries, strawberries.


  • Flour - 400 g;
  • Low-fat kefir - a glass;
  • Egg - 1 pc;
  • Oil - 1/2 pack;
  • Soda - 1/2 small spoon;
  • Baking powder - 10 g;
  • Salt - 5 g.

Cooking method:

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  2. Mix loose ingredients separately in a bowl.
  3. Beat an egg, add kefir, mix.
  4. Combine loose and liquid ingredients together, pour in melted butter, stir until a soft homogeneous viscous consistency is formed.
  5. The electric waffle maker is greased in advance.
  6. Pour two tablespoons of the prepared mixture and bake for 3-5 minutes.

Air Viennese waffles on cottage cheese

Dessert is a dessert served with syrups, honey, hot chocolate, fruit, ice cream.


  • Flour - 100 g;
  • Low-fat cottage cheese - 2 packs;
  • Oil - 100 g;
  • Egg - 3 pcs;
  • Granulated sugar - 20 g;
  • Salt - 5 g;
  • Vanilla sugar - teaspoon (optional)

Cooking method:

  1. Mix salt, sugar and butter.
  2. Add eggs to the mixture, beat, then put the cottage cheese (if the cottage cheese is coarse, then grind it with a fork).
  3. Beat the mixture well with a mixer or blender.
  4. Add flour and stir.
  5. The consistency of the dough is like thick sour cream (but not too thick).
  6. Grease the tins of the appliance, warm it up and put the dough there.
  7. Bake for 5 minutes.

Viennese waffles in the oven

Home conditions are good because you can cook dessert not only in an electric waffle iron, but also in the oven using a silicone mold. The latter is best chosen with a pattern similar to a waffle surface.


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  • Wheat flour - 250 g;
  • Egg - 3 pcs;
  • Warm milk - 2 glasses;
  • Oil - 100 g;
  • Powdered yeast - 20 g;
  • Salt - 5 g;
  • Granulated sugar - 2 tablespoons.

Cooking method:

  1. Beat eggs, pour in melted butter and warmed milk.
  2. Add flour, sugar, salt, yeast, whisk the mixture.
  3. Pour the dough into a silicone mold.
  4. Bake at 220 degrees for 10 minutes.
  5. Then turn over to the other side and bake for another 5 minutes, until the crust is lightly browned.

Viennese waffles with rum


  • Wheat flour - 130 g;
  • Dry yeast - 1/2 spoon;
  • Egg - 2 pcs;
  • Granulated sugar - 1/2 cup;
  • Warm milk - 250 ml;
  • Oil - 50 g;
  • Rum - 6 ml.

Cooking method:

  1. Separate the whites, beat the yolks separately.
  2. Sift flour, add salt into it, make a depression and pour in the yolks.
  3. Melt butter, add sugar, vanillin and yeast, pour in warmed milk and rum, stir with a mixer or blender, add to the previously prepared flour mixture with yolks, mix until smooth.
  4. Cover the mixture and leave for 40 minutes to allow the yeast to rise.
  5. Mix proteins with a pinch of salt, add a spoonful of sugar.
  6. Gently pour these ingredients into the yeast dough so that it does not fall.
  7. Pour two tablespoons of dough into a waffle iron and bake for 4-5 minutes.

Viennese waffles with nuts and pear

Combined with fried fruits and ice cream scoops, they will appeal to any sweet tooth.


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  • Oil - pack;
  • Egg - 3-4 pcs;
  • Wheat flour - 125 g;
  • Starch - 150 g;
  • Granulated sugar - 120 g;
  • Vanilla - 2 sachets;
  • Hazelnuts - 5 g;
  • Hazelnuts - 5 g;
  • Chocolate - 1/2 bar.

Ingredients for the filling:

  • Powdered sugar;
  • Pear - 2 pcs;
  • Honey;
  • Ice cream (sundae) - 100 g.

Cooking method:

  1. Melt in butter and mix with sugar.
  2. Add beaten eggs, sifted flour, starch.
  3. Grind the hazelnuts (walnuts are first toasted in a dry pan).
  4. Mix the nuts with the finished mixture, beat with a mixer.
  5. Grease a waffle iron, pour out two tablespoons of dough.
  6. Bake for 5 minutes.
  7. While they are cooling, prepare the decoration.
  8. Peel the pears, cut into thin slices and fry with the addition of honey.
  9. Put the finished product in a plate, next to fruits and a scoop of ice cream, sprinkle with powder.

Viennese waffles are a versatile dessert that even gourmets will love. Half an hour for cooking and a delicious breakfast is ready. Although the delicacy is perfect for a festive event.

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