PRLog - Jul. 26, 2014 - SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Authentic Liège waffles are one of life’s great indulgences — caramelized sugar glistening on the most delicious buttery-sweet treasure beneath. If you've been to Belgium, you've no doubt seen these sold at kiosks and stores throughout the cities and villages. Unfortunately, authentic Liège waffles can be nearly impossible to find, even in their homeland of Belgium, where chain vendors have taken them far afield from their 18th century brioche roots. Stateside, most chain vendors don’t use the right sugar and other chain vendors simply import mass-produced, substandard pre-made frozen balls of dough from Europe.
Fortunately, those craving the taste of an authentic Liège waffle no longer have to search high and low for this delicious Belgian treasure – Chocolade Van Brugge now serves authentic Belgian Liege waffles. Chocolade Van Brugge uses the time tested recipe of owner and Belgian Frederiek Verbeke’s very own grandmother. These tasty caramelized waffles are made with a brioche dough (a yeasty dough that has three separate rising periods) and a special sugar and yeast imported by Chocolade Van Brugge from Belgium.
Come see what sets these mouth-watering treats apart from their ordinary waffle counterparts.
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If you’d like more information about Chocolade Van Brugge’s authentic Belgian Liege waffles, or to schedule an interview with Chocolade Van Brugge owner Frederiek Verbeke, he can be reached at 480 – 721- 7611 or at Frederiek@ChocoladeVanBrugge.com