A fun collection of 15 Belgian recipes and Belgian inspired recipes to share with your family. Learn about Belgium’s rich gastronomical history while creating delicious meals.
Can you believe it – Belgium has made it to the quarterfinals of the 2104 FIFA World Cup! I can’t believe we are still here. I’m representing Belgium in the Multicultural Bloggers World Cup for Kids Series. Next up they must defeat Argentina to make the semi-final round. From what I can tell, Belgium has had a great run so far and hopefully that can keep it up.
So far in this series we’ve made Belgian S’mores, Liege Belgian Waffles, Roasted Brussels Sprouts, and No Bake Biscoff Pie. Today I thought I’d head to the internet to collect a few traditional Belgian recipes along with a few Belgian-inspired recipes. Many of these posts also have fun information about Belgium as well. I tried to keep the recipes as kid friendly as possible along with adding a few that would be fun to try even if not everyone loves them.
Biscoff Raspberry Mini-Pie Pops from Homecooking Memories
No Bake Egg Free Biscoff Swirl Cheesecake from Chocolate Moosey
Homemade Speculoos Cookies from Weekend Bakery (check out the windmill cookie press!)
Speculoos Cookies from In a Blink of an Eye (looks a little easier to make than the one above and includes information on Belgian Christmas traditions)
Belgian Supreme Ice Cream from The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen
Gluten Free Belgian Chocolate Cake from The View from Great Island
Stoemp (Mashed Potatoes with Leeks) from The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen (Stoemp is a traditional Belgian potato recipe!)
Sauteed Green Beans and Potatoes, Walloon Style from Claude Nougat – It’s Cooking! (Known traditionally as Salade Liégeoise)
Baked Belgian Endive with Ham and Cheese from Global Table Adventure
Belgian Waterzooi de Poulet (Belgian Chicken Stew) from Savour Fare (this is also a great post about Bruges, Belgium! Thanks, Caitlin!)
Stoofvlees (Belgian beef stew) from Global Table Adventure
Belgian Frites from Martha Stewart (Belgians are obsessed with fries!)
Wittamer’s Cake aux Copeaux de Chocolat (Little cakes filled with chocolate!)
Smoutebollen (a donut type of food eaten at Christmas time in Belgium) from Cooking Clarified
Herter’s Belgian Cheesecake from Grit (according to the article, Belgian cheesecake is much lighter than a New York style cheesecake)
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