4/22/2013 01:00:00 PM

The Best Thing We Ate This Weekend: Belgian Waffle at Paris Club

This weekend we learned about a wonderfully sweet spread by the name of Speculoos. It is also called cookie butter, and we want to know why nobody told us cookie butter existed? Luckily, the brilliant minds over at Paris Club, that recently introduced a new brunch menu, put it on a waffle. It is joined with other classics such as eggs benedict with smoked salmon, lobster scramble with black truffle and Nutella crepes with toasted hazelnuts.

The Belgian waffle is of the traditional square variety – fluffy and sweet. It is covered with the chunky spread made from the shortbread biscuits that go by the same name and are commonly found throughout Europe. With a taste almost like graham crackers, the spread adds a rich spice to the light waffle. Finished with a dollop of whipped cream, it is perfect for those craving sweet rather than savory brunch options, or those who believe that every meal, even brunch, is not complete without dessert.


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