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Waffle Making Classes at The Norwegian Bakery Bournemouth Dorset

Norwegian people are born with waffles in their mouths, almost literally!  Every time we want some comfort food, at every celebration, at every cafe, in every bakery and in every home waffles are what we crave. They’re an essential part of our culinary traditional, just as important as the croissants are to the French. They represent family, warmth and nurturing, something safe and homely. Norwegian waffles are different from Belgian waffles in that they are heart shaped, crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside and obviously a lot tastier!

Join a Waffle Making Class at The Norwegian Bakery and learn how to make two types of Norwegian Waffles, sweet and savoury, and make as many waffles as you can eat! Book at www.thenorwegianbakery.co.uk.


You’ll be involved in the whole process from mixing, cooking to adding toppings, and not least enjoying your amazing handiwork with coffee, tea and cold drinks al fresco in our beautiful peaceful garden, (weather permitting), or in our conservatory.

Sweet Waffles

You’ll be making traditional sweet Norwegian waffles flavoured with aromatic cardamom. You can choose a wide variety of toppings for these waffles including jams, ice cream, fresh berries, cream, chocolate and ‘brunost’, a delicious sweet Norwegian cheese tasting of caramel.

Savoury Waffles

You’ll also learn how to make savoury waffles, adding for example spinach, beetroot and herbs, which are a more recent addition. Enjoy them with your choice of topping: fried egg, smoked salmon, avocado, chicken, salad and homemade dressings, coffee, tea and cold drinks. Here is a very healthy savoury waffle with spinach and dill, filled with salmon, avocado and salad.



We also offer bespoke classes, just get in touch and we can discuss your requirements. Maybe you’re a company or organisation and would like your employees to take part in team-building through Norwegian waffle making. Hen parties and parties/groups of friends and families are also warmly welcome.


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