Waffles with whipped cream and strawberry jam

Strawberry jam
Small waffles
Heavy cream

Ingredients 4 servings

Strawberry jam
66 g (2.33 oz) strawberries
134 g (4.73 oz) sugar

300 ml (10.14 fl oz) heavy cream
100 ml (3.38 fl oz) water
200 g (7.05 oz) wheat flour
100 g (3.53 oz) unsalted butter


Strawberry jam
Put all the ingredients for the strawberry jam into a small pan and bring to a boil while pressing the strawberries with a fork.
Boil the jam for 5 minutes while stirring and then set aside to cool.

Preheat the oven to 200° C (392 degrees Fahrenheit).
Whip the cream to stiff peaks.
Sift the flour.
Alternate adding the flour and water to the whipped cream and fold gently.
Pour the batter into silicone molds.
Bake for 10 minutes until the waffles are fully set and starting to brown.
Let the waffles cool slightly.
Clarify the butter by melting it on medium heat. Skim off the foam. Pour the butter slowly into
another container and leave out the milk solids in the bottom of the pan.
Use a small pot to heat up the clarified butter in.
Fry the waffles 30 seconds on each side until they are golden brown.
Serve immediately.

Whip the cream to stiff peaks.
Smear a large dollop of whipped cream onto the plates.
Ladle the jam into the well formed in the cream.
Arrange the waffles onto the jam.

Fun facts about Scandinavian waffles

Everyone likes waffles, right!? But does everyone have or want to buy a waffle iron? This is a no-waffle-iron recipe! The waffles are baked in a silicone mold in the oven to get the shape and then fried in clarified butter to get the crispy crunch. You can use oil to fry them in, but the butter gives amazing flavor. Don’t forget that the butter needs to be clarified! Either you clarify it by melting the butter, skimming off the foam and pour off the milk solids in the bottom of the pan or you buy readymade clarified butter.
The recipe is also baking powder free! The crispy waffle get it´s lightness from the whipped cream. These waffles taste just like the traditional Scandinavian waffle. They are thin and crispy. Serve them the Swedish style with jam and whipped cream.