My late maternal grandmother was an incredible woman. With a deep and everlasting love for family, for good friends, and a really well-crafted baked good, she was a also a master in the kitchen. Homemade pastry, next-level chocolate chip cookies (you can grab her recipe here), a picture perfect sunday roast… there wasn’t anything she couldn’t do. But her claim to fame has always been the waffle. They were bar none, hands down, the best waffles in the entire world – I have no doubt about it. Light as air on the inside, crispy and golden on the outside, they were literal perfection in every sense of the word. She’d always serve them alongside her homemade wild blueberry sauce, and we’d all go a little nutty each and every time. Needless to say, it’s a bit of an honour to share my Grandmas waffle recipe here today.
I hope you enjoy them as much as we have over the years – and if you do whip em’ up please share on instagram using the hashtag #LarkandLinenRecipe.
PS – this maple syrup is my absolute favourite. You simply can’t beat real, Canadian, maple syrup – let me tell you
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