We know, we know, the day of the waffle, (of course, the waffle has its own day in Sweden) isn’t until March. But one of our editors came back bragging about her Swedish waffle brunch this past weekend, and now the whole Swedes in the States team are going bonanza in an effort to still the cravings.

And what type of people would we be if we didn’t share everything that you need to make the ultimate Swedish waffle for yourself? Unimaginable.

Below we’ve gathered everything you need from a recipe to the right type of waffle iron, to the traditional toppings that we use.

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The Recipe

First things first, you need the recipe. Making these waffles from scratch isn’t very hard, but if you’re feeling lazy, you can order a Swedish pancake/waffle mix online.

If you prefer to make it from scratch, see below:

For 10-12 waffles

Ingredients: 

  • 100 grams (½ cup) butter
  • 4 dl ( 1 ⅔ cup) of flour
  • A pinch (½ tsk) salt
  • 1 tsp baking powder (skip this if you want your waffles crispy)
  • 5 dl (2 cups) milk
  • 2 eggs

Directions

  1. Melt the butter and let it sit for a bit. Mix the dry ingredients (flour, baking powder and salt). Mix half of the milk in with the dry ingredients until smooth, then add the rest of the milk, eggs, and butter.
  2. Heat up the waffle iron.
  3. Brush on a little bit of butter before pouring ½ cup (1 dl) of the batter into the iron.
  4. Bake them until they are easily removed from the iron and have a nice golden color to them.

The Correct Waffle Iron

This is very important. You see, the Scandinavians don’t eat their pancakes and waffles thick, they like them thin and sometimes even a little bit crunchy. Swedish waffles are also heartshaped, which adds that extra sweetness to it. If you don’t have a proper iron already, we have some suggestions for you:



We thought this vintage-looking waffle iron below was cool!




The Toppings

The traditional way of serving a waffle is usually with whipped cream and Swedish jam, usually raspberry, cloudberry or lingonberry. We found some tasty-looking Swedish jams on Amazon.

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