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Everyday Liege Belgian waffles 10 pcs 550 gr

Product no.: BIS1049

1.95
1 kg = 3.55 €

Everyday 12 waffles with eggs 250 gr

Product no.: BIS1060

1.45
1 kg = 5.80 €

Everyday 8 vanilla waffles 300 gr

Product no.: BIS1061

2.50
1 kg = 8.33 €

Boni Selection 5 chocolate waffles 450 gr

Product no.: BIS1084

2.75
1 kg = 6.11 €

Boni Selection 6 vanilla wafers 350 gr

Product no.: BIS1087

3.95

Boni Selection 8 Liège waffles maxi 720 gr

Product no.: BIS1092

4.95
1 kg = 6.88 €

Boni Selection waffles with butter 500 gr

Product no.: BIS1099

7.50
1 kg = 15.00 €

Boni Selection mini vanilla wafers chocolate 250 gr

Product no.: BIS1100

1.95
1 kg = 7.80 €

Lotus Liege waffle 8 pc 400 gr

Product no.: BIS1117

3.95
1 kg = 9.88 €

Lotus Soft waffle (6x 2 pc) 300 gr

Product no.: BIS1118

4.50
1 kg = 15.00 €

Lotus crispy waffles 6x4 pc 216 gr

Product no.: BIS1119

4.20
1 kg = 19.44 €

Lotus chocolate Liège waffle Suzy 8pc 460 gr

Product no.: BIS1120

5.95
1 kg = 12.93 €

Lotus mini chocolate waffles Suzy 292 gr

Product no.: BIS1127

3.95
1 kg = 13.53 €

Lotus 9 mini Liege waffle 256 gr

Product no.: BIS1128

2.95
1 kg = 11.52 €

Lotus 8 vanilla waffles 224 gr

Product no.: BIS1133

3.75
1 kg = 16.74 €

Boni Selection vanilla waffles maltitol 150 gr

Product no.: BIS1171

3.20
1 kg = 21.33 €

Boni Selection BIO artisanal waffles 500 gr

Product no.: BIS1173

6.50
1 kg = 13.00 €

Poensgen chocolate waffle gluten free 120 gr

Product no.: BIS1197

3.25
1 kg = 27.08 €

Lotus 8 waffles Suzy vanilla chocolate 296 gr

Product no.: BIS1202

4.95
1 kg = 16.72 €

Lotus 8 waffles Suzy vanilla 224 gr

Product no.: BIS1203

3.75
1 kg = 16.74 €

Lotus 8 waffles vanilla double chocolate 296 gr

Product no.: BIS1240

5.25
1 kg = 17.74 €

Lotus filled waffles vanilla flavour 310 gr

Product no.: BIS1208

3.99
1 kg = 12.87 €

Lotus waffles vergeoise brown sugar 310 gr

Product no.: BIS1209

3.99
1 kg = 12.87 €

Success of the day waffle vanilla 360 gr

Product no.: BIS1253

4.99
1 kg = 13.86 €

Success of the day waffle cassonade 360 gr

Product no.: BIS1254

4.99
1 kg = 13.86 €

Success of the day waffle Grand Marnier 360 gr

Product no.: BIS1258

5.50
1 kg = 15.28 €

Lotus 8 milk chocolate Liege waffle Suzy 460 gr

Product no.: BIS1267

5.95
1 kg = 12.93 €

Waffles

BELGIAN GROCERY CHOCKIES

WAFFLES

A waffle is a dish of cooked dough lightly between two metal plates, hinged together by a hinge or decorated with patterns that are printed in the dough and give the pastry its characteristic shape. This is a typical dish of Belgium, the Netherlands, Northern France, the Alpine regions of Italy (Val D'Aosta and Escartons) and Switzerland. The different types of pasta used and shape of the diversity patterns and plates (called "challe", "waffier," "waffle iron", "waffle iron" or "waffle") are there very many waffles variants. According to the Dictionary of the French and modern kitchen, and Pierre Lacam after him, the waffle is brabançonne origin. Etymologists relate the word to the Frankish "wafla". The term "walfre" says around 1185 a "kind of pastry baked between two plates divided into cells that give it a raised design." In 1433, the account of the good home Ladres, listing the cookware indicates an iron "waufres" but Ménagier of Paris already using the "waffle" spelling. Jean Nicot gives "corrugation"; the Dictionary of the French Academy, from the 4th edition (1762) removes the doubling of the "f" while Jean-François Féraud in his Critical Dictionary of the French language adds a circumflex (waffle). Since the nineteenth century, the usual spelling is "waffle" and the feminine except in parts of Switzerland: Geneva, Fribourg and Neuchâtel. Frankish also come waffle, wafer wafre and English, Wafel, Waffel in German, Dutch Wafel, Wafe in Walloon, Walloon wafe Liege vaffel Norwegian, Swedish våffla. Lexical convergence and waffle forget is that these two light pastries were baked by Forgetters between two iron plates, but the thin forgotten was rolled into cylinder or cone, while the wafer remains generally flat. It is difficult to determine when this convergence is made. From the thirteenth century, was sold to the people in the streets of Paris to the waffle half last. The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, it is common to do at home as it constitutes a usual dish of peasant food: Ménagier of Paris in the fourteenth century gives four recipes. Jean-Champier La Bruyere wrote in the sixteenth century: "The waffles are a very popular stew of our peasants, for them, however, it consists only of a liquid paste, made of water, flour and salt. They pour it into a hollow iron, with two jaws, which they previously rubbed with a little walnut oil, and they then put on the fire to cook the dough. These kinds of waffles are very thick. Those that are home to rich people, are smaller and thinner and also more delicate, being composed of egg yolks, sugar and fine flour, stirred into white wine. They are served as dessert table. In form, they were given the rays. Francis I liked them a lot, and had even, for this use, waffle irons money. "In some regions, the waffle was the staple food of the population, made of buckwheat flour all winter, white wheat flour for the holidays. At that time, the Parisian merchant called barges shouting "The beautiful waffle! "Sung on a single note as noted by the French musician Janequin which integrated some street noise in his works. An author of the Mercure de France recalls (in 1768) we used, and until the fifteenth century, throwing the top vaults of the churches during major Christian holidays like Pentecost, birds, flowers and pastries ; he argues that they were waffles. The twenty-first century, the waffle is always a festive dish that is found in all bazaars, fairs and flea markets, but is also one of the breakfast items in the United States, snacks and Western Europe dessert around the world. The industry provides fresh or frozen dough. The "Belgian waffle" is the name given by the Brussels Maurice Vermeersch the variant of "Brussels waffle" sold, topped with strawberries and whipped cream in his stand the Universal Exhibition in New York in 1964 where she won a huge success. Maurice Vermeersch chose the name because he thought most Americans, with little geographical knowledge, situeraient easier Belgium Brussels. In September 2009, another Belgian Thomas De Geest, who won thanks to his waffles in the desserts category, the Vendy Award of Street Food, competitions recognized by the City of New York since 2005 and reward the best dishes Street kitchen. In the United States, August 24 is called the Waffle day and celebrates the anniversary of the first US patent granted in 1869 to Cornelius Swarthout, for a waffle iron.