Trader Joe’s Authentic Belgian Waffles Review

Trader Joe's Authentic Belgian Waffles

What’s the difference between a Belgian waffle and your garden-variety waffle? Apparently, they have deeper pockets and a lighter texture than ordinary waffles. As frozen food reviewers, we decided that it was our solemn duty to try Trader Joe’s Authentic Belgian Waffles and investigate these differences for ourselves.

As the image below demonstrates, these waffles are extremely thick. Because of their size, you might have a little bit of trouble fitting them into your toaster. Thankfully, you can just pop them into the oven for a few minutes. They’ll come out perfectly crispy.

Trader Joe's Authentic Belgian Waffles

Even though these waffles are fairly chunky, they have an airy quality to them. The batter also has a bit of natural sweetness to it, which means you could enjoy these waffles sans syrup. We actually think they’d be amazing with some fresh fruit! This time around, however, chose to pair them with Trader Joe’s Maple Syrup.

Trader Joe’s lists the serving size as two waffles, and we think that’s pretty much perfect. Because these waffles are so light, one might not be enough to fill you up, but two waffles makes for an extremely satisfying meal.

Whether or not you’re familiar with Belgian waffles, Trader Joe’s Authentic Belgian Waffles are a simple and delectable breakfast treat. If you’ve got a hankering for waffles, these waffles should more than satisfy your cravings.

To learn more about the nutrition content or ingredients in these Trader Joe’s waffles, check out our package scan below.

Trader Joe's Authentic Belgian Waffles