Belgian Style Mango Waffles Recipe | Breakfast recipes

The Belgian Waffle Maker has been a member of my household for the last month or so (a little more than that in fact). I have been trying out various recipe with high success rate. For a long time I was wondering if I wanted to buy the waffle iron and gave in last month to get this Flipside Belgian Waffle maker. I am loving it! I must have tried like 20 different types of waffles and the result have been impressive to say the least. The maintenance is v easy and it fits well in my closet sized kitchen. The cleaning is also a breeze.I tried the waffles recipes they suggested from the manual first and then slowly moved to other recipes. Will be posting them in the days to come. Meanwhile, lets come back to this Mango Waffle recipe. This was the latest waffle I tried thanks to the cartload of mangoes ( about which I mentioned here) waiting to be used. The best part of these waffles was - of course- the mangoes. Chunks of mangoes peeked through the waffles. See that little mango peeping out below?

Belgian Style Mango Waffles Recipe | Breakfast recipes
Verdict I was out of eggs and this is the only Eggless version I have made till now. I am wondering if the lack of eggs made the waffles come out a little darker shade of brown than the rest of the waffles (with eggs) I made since they were more a lighter reddish brown and they looked like the ones on TV - perfectly browned yet not dark. Or was it the mangoes? May be, may be not. Though they were not great looking as far the looks department goes, the taste was very good. As long as the taste was great, I don't mind the darker tinge to the waffles. This recipe makes 4 Belgian style waffles. See the picture above?  Can you see the texture and the mango chunks in it?  It was crisp outside and the insides were cushion thick with an immensely spongy texture.Totally delicious-o! If you want to try with a regular waffle recipe - go ahead and use that. I will post it soon and you can simply add the mango chunks to that recipe. Until then try this for an experiment :)
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  • Serves: 2 people
  • Yields: Makes about 4 (7 inch diameter) Belgian style waffles
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 2 cups milk
  • 1 cup chopped ripe mangoes
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil
1. Sift the dry ingredients together into a bowl.
2. Give it a quick mix.
3. In another bowl, mix the milk and oil together until well blended.
4. Add the wet into the dry and whisk just until dry ingredients are thoroughly  moistened.
5. Stir in the mangoes and whisk well.
6. Now proceed with your waffle iron instructions. It might differ from mine. I dropped about 1 cup of the batter
7. into my preheated waffle maker
8. and then proceeded to continue the cooking for about 4 minutes.
9. Once done, tada - crispy yet spongy mango waffles are ready for yummy fruity breakfast.
I served them with few more mangoes pieces and little honey. Belgian Style Mango Waffles Recipe | Breakfast recipes

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By Devika on May 14, 2012


I made this recipe turned out great, best was it took so little time and everyone's a fan :)

Since it was slightly low in sugar everyone liked it more, plus i topped it with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream, fresh mango pieces and chocolate sauce

thanks, will it work if i substitute mango for any other fruit?

Also if i want to make plain waffles without a filling, do i use the same recipe minus the mangoes?



By Harsha on May 10, 2012

Yummy Waffles.....for some reason Waffle was little bitter....i topped with lot mangoes and honey then...

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By Billie durbin on May 26, 2014

:lol: YEAY!!!! I look for non dairy answers everywhere. Thank you! I will try this with my Mom's wedding gift waffle iron from 1939! And being in FL, hopefully someone will let me take some! Thanks again.

By Saranya on Dec 1, 2013

Hi I tried this and it turned out great like ur other recipes. Except that I had to add 1/4 cup water to make it look like dosa batter. Thanks, Saranya

By Kara on May 25, 2013

I used whole wheat pastry flour, unsweetened almond milk and added in a couple tablespoons of ground flax seed, cooked these for 6 minutes in my waffle maker and they turned out great! Thanks for the recipe!

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By garima tripathi on Aug 6, 2012

i tried ur recipe it did nt turnout so well i tried it a dozen times but my batter never looks the same as your's :( .....pls suggest what 2 do..... :?:

Wud help if you could elaborate on how your batter looks like and what exactly is the issue..--DK

By Melanie on Jul 10, 2012

Found your recipe on Pinterest. Being a mango-lover, I wanted to try this out. The waffle flavor turned out to be very, very good. The only problem I found is that no matter how much I cooked it in the waffle iron, even until it was almost burnt, the middle was a tad mushy and raw. The batter on the inside simply refused to cook all the way through. Still, a very yummy recipe.

Yes, it does take longer..see mine were on the darker side too. I tried another method to make it eggless which worked by using flaxseeds. Wanted to blog it, but well - we ate the mangoes just by themselves...will wait for another season to make them :) --DK

By Poorvi on Oct 1, 2011

:-| I tried making waffles with your recipe but its taste did not turned out well. It tasted typically of soda and was just not edible. Can you please suggest me something for this.

By meenakshi on Jul 28, 2011

can we substitute the flour with wheat flour?

By joyce on Jul 22, 2011

:) just tried your recipe. Since mango season has ended thee mango was very sour so i mixed elachi banana slices. Turned out super! I had no waffle maker so i just put in on a hot pan and made like a thick pancake. Plus made it dairy free by using riice milk, same measurement. All this and still turned out fantastic.

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By sunita on Oct 7, 2010

hi dk since i dont have a waffle maker can i use a toaster not the flip one the normal sandwich one.

I guess you can :)

By bergamot on Aug 29, 2010

This looks really great. Tempts me to think of buying a waffle maker

By nishi on Aug 28, 2010

Ohhhh the waffles looks absolutely yum!!! And what great shots!!!

By Priya on Aug 28, 2010

Wowww great looking waffles...

By miguela on Aug 28, 2010

I like your presentation. It looks easy to prepare and yummy, I get hungry! Thanks for sharing the recipe, I will try it. :wink:

By Fionika on Aug 28, 2010

thank you for the waffle recipe, I was on the hunt for it since long :)

By Ruchi on Aug 27, 2010

Hey, Dat sounds pretty easy.. this is the 3rd recepie u posted wit mangoes... but i dont think they r now available in India now... Can you suggest any substitute....... Thnx

Try experimenting...this was an experiment for me too :) - How does Banana sound to you?

By Pavani on Aug 27, 2010

Same pinch. :-P I got the same waffle maker from CSN. Mango waffles sound toooo tempting. Will have to try these soon.

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