When received (and not directly enjoyed) we recommend keeping them in the fridge where they also remain great for 5 days, or freezing them to enjoy them later.
Warming up our Liège wafels:
There aren’t many things the queen and I agree on, but we do share an aversion to microwaving wafels! Here’s the royal way to warm them up:
- In the oven, for 8 minutes at 300 °F
- In the toaster, at lowest warming setting - for two cycles
No need to reheat the chocolinis, they are meant to be eaten at room temperature.
Topping with dinges:
At the Belgian Wafel Academy, many Master & PhD courses are dedicated to this topic. There are many rules, and Belgians are very strict about their “dinges” rules. Here in America however, we can put as many toppings as we like. We’d recommend our signature spekuloos spread, Belgian chocolate fudge, whipped cream and fresh strawberries or bananas. Listen to your inner dinges voice!
Once opened, our spreads jars remains great for at least 6 weeks. Although, to give them a long and happy life we recommend to store them in the fridge.
Belgian hot cocoa:
Prepare 1 cup of warm milk. Stir in 2 tbsp of hot cocoa powder(add more if you like it stronger).
Add marshmallows, if desired add whipped cream. Decorate with chocolate blossoms for a finishing touch.