Traditional liège wafels contain: wheat (gluten), dairy, eggs, yeast, and may contain traces of soy, nuts
Almond wafels contains: wheat flour, butter, sugar, whole milk, eggs, vanilla flavoring, yeast, almonds, and may contain traces of soy & nuts.
Cinnamon wafels: wheat, dairy, eggs, yeast, cinnamon and may contain traces of soy, nuts
Gluten free liège wafels contain: dairy, eggs, yeast, and may contain traces of soy, gluten, nuts.
Vegan liège wafels contain: wheat (gluten), yeast and may contain traces of dairy, eggs, soy, nuts
Spekuloos spread: wheat and soy flour, sugar, vegetable oil, cane sugar & spices. Allergens: contains soy and wheat. May contain traces of eggs, tree nuts and milk.
Dulce de leche: milk, sugar, corn syrup and natural flavors. Allergens: contains milk. May contain traces of eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soy.
Milk chocolate fudge: milk, sugar, vegetable oil, cocoa powder & natural flavors. Allergens: contains milk and soy. May contain traces of hazelnut.
Should I count the calories?
The approximate calorie count is 190 cal for a wafelini and 380 cal for a traditional Liège wafel, but you know what they say: "Don’t count the calories, just make the calories count!"
I’m seeing dark spots on the edge of my wafels, did you burn them? Our wafels are made the traditional way with imported pearl sugar. The melted / boiling sugar in our irons can leave caramelized (darker) spots. This is a good thing, typical for Liège wafels