Rosewater blueberry waffles

When I first purchased my waffle maker, I thought to myself, “How many times am I really going to make waffles?” I figured I would be dusting off the waffle maker a couple months but knowing that I can have fresh waffles any time I wanted convinced me to make the purchase. It was probably the best $20 I ever spent. Since than, I have been able to experiment with different batters making red velvet waffles, waffle sandwiches and now overnight yeasted waffles. I’ve heard many positive comments about yeast waffles, about how light and fluffy they are. I finally gave them a try and gave it my own spin, adding rosewater and fresh blueberries to the mix. Rosewater blueberry waffles topped with Greek yogurt and maple syrup – a fancy breakfast that’s very easy to make!

rosewater blueberry waffles

rosewater blueberry waffles

rosewater blueberry waffles

Rosewater blueberry waffles
Yields 16 standard waffles or 8 Belgian waffles
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Total Time
24 hr
Total Time
24 hr
  1. 1/2 cup warm water (100-110 degrees F)
  2. 1 tablespoon active-dry yeast
  3. 1/2 cup melted butter
  4. 2 cups milk
  5. 1 teaspoon salt
  6. 2 tablespoons sugar
  7. 3 cups all-purpose flour
  8. 2 tsp rosewater
Following day
  1. 2 eggs
  2. 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  3. 6 ounces fresh blueberries
  1. Prepare batter according to recipe. Add 1 tsp rosewater and mix to combine. Let sit overnight.
  2. The next day, beat the eggs and add to the batter with the baking soda. Stir in the blueberries. Cook in waffle maker until golden brown. Remove and repeat with remaining batter. Serve with dollop of Greek yogurt and maple syrup.
Adapted from The Kitchn
Adapted from The Kitchn
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**Helpful tips and common mistakes

Although this recipe requires you to make the batter the day before, you simply let it sit in the fridge overnight. There isn’t much extra work except a little planning beforehand; other than it, it’s very easy to put together. 

The first time I made this batter, I was surprised to see that it hadn’t risen as much as I had expected. The waffles ended up just regular waffles, nothing special. I realized that my yeast had not been activated properly because the water was too hot. On my second attempt, I made sure the water was between 100-110 degrees F to prevent it from killing the yeast. The batter ended up being a success! 

For the best results, I would recommend a Belgian waffle maker. The deep grooves in the Belgian waffle maker allow a crispier exterior with a chew factor. Mix fresh blueberries in the batter and a few drops of rosewater to make these overnight yeasted waffles extra special. You can also skip the blueberries and add only the rosewater, topping the waffles with fresh fruit. 

I absolutely loved the subtle rosewater flavor throughout the waffles. The floral addition combined with the pure maple syrup and fresh blueberries are a match made in heaven. In all honesty, I was worried if the combination of rosewater and blueberries would clash but it worked perfectly, neither one outshining the other. These waffles are great for freezing so time to make a big batch!

rosewater waffles


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  1. You should have said, “A fancy GORGEOUS breakfast!”

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