Spread throughout Europe the Gaufre (or gauffres, or waffles) are delicious cakes that can be accompanied with various delicacies such as maple syrup, molasses, cream, jam, fruit, chocolate, butter, walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds and decorated with strawberries. Given their diffusion, of course, are present in different variants: the gaufres of Belgium, for example, are in turn of two different types, including those of Brussels have a perfectly rectangular contour and a dough made of milk, water, butter, eggs, flour, sugar, yeast and spices (vanilla) and it is not very sweet waffle, usually sprinkled with icing sugar and serve with whipped cream (and / or fruit and ice cream), while the waffle of Liège (Liège) have beveled edge, honeycomb, and dough made of flour, a few eggs, milk, butter (or margarine), brewer's yeast, a pinch of salt, vanilla sugar and granulated sugar (sucre perlé) , a particular type of sugar, in the form of beads precisely, that does not dissolve in the dough. Waffles are much sweeter than those in Brussels and you usually eat without accompaniment. In Italy they are produced, consistency drier, to manufacture the wafers. Are of the same composition used to make the ice cream cones waffle.