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Greek yogurt waffles

For moments of “let’s do something super healthy” these waffles totally fit. For me September is the start of waffle season. Sunshine, nightfall a bit earlier, the occasional rain shower, leaves falling and along with it that the wonderful smell of freshly baked waffles. You can get them in all shapes and sizes. These Greek yogurt waffles are the healthiest version of all.

The Greek yogurt adds a holiday feel and velvety smooth taste to these waffles. You’ll find they’re so easy to make and addictively delicious. You can eat them for breakfast, dessert or just like that, without the feelings of guilt.

Preparation time

10 min preparation


12 small waffles



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For 12 small waffles
  • 190 g self-rising flour
  • 90 ml milk 
  • 1 egg
  • 110 g Greek yogurt 
  • 40 g Zùsto
  • 10 g baking powder
  • 1 tsp vanilla powder
  • Cinnamon or speculaas spices (optional)


  • Wire rack
  • Waffle iron
  • Mixing bowl

Preparation method

  1. Place the self-rising flour, Zùsto, baking powder and vanilla powder in a mixing bowl and mix well. 
  2. Add the egg, Greek yogurt and milk and mix well with the dry ingredients. 
  3. The batter is all set. 
  4. Warm up your waffle iron and you can start baking. 
  5. Allow waffles to cool on a wire rack.

Additional tips

  1. You can add cinnamon or speculaas spices to the dough, each gives a different flavor to the waffles. 
  2. You can store them in a sealed storage box so they’ll keep for several days. 
  3. I also like them topped off with some Greek yogurt and homemade jam on top.

Nutritional values

To be added soon.

About Joeri Sterckx

I’m Joeri Sterckx and I was born on the last car-free Sunday of 1973. And just like my parents had to be creative to get to the hospital, I now enjoy getting creative in the kitchen!

Cookies, or “gateaux” as we call them here at home, are one of our family traditions. Every celebratory occasion is a reason to have one… And every occasion deserves a celebration! That’s why I’m convinced I inherited my passion for desserts at an early stage.

My background is that I’m a preschool teacher, but I currently work as a pedagogical supervisor where I support teams in putting together powerful and meaningful teaching sessions.

The rest of my time is spent being a dad to Rune and Tejo, and having lots of fun and laughter.

I hope I inspire you with my bakes. To see more, please take a look at my Instagram account and digital photo album @joeristerckx

Recipes are copyright Joeri Sterckx, unless otherwise noted.

And here’s my golden rule to finish with… baking starts with weighing items out and ends with licking the bowl clean!

Have fun baking!

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