Ukrainian Waffle Cake with Dulce de Leche
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This Ukrainian waffle cake is a cinch! It’s so easy, I bet you could make it simply by viewing the pictures. I just wish I could find a resource for the wafers online. Alas, I’ve only been able to find them at Russian or European stores. Poke around; you probably have one nearby.
However, these wafers are now sold in a California Walmart (near Rancho Cordova). I guess the Russian/Ukrainian population is so large, they even have a Russian section in Walmart. Lucky!! Once you buy the wafers; this will be the easiest cake you’ve ever made. And it’s quite fabulous!
Ingredients for Waffle Cake (Вафельный торт):
1 package plain wafers – round or square (9 layers, 9-inch diameter)
1 (14oz) can cooked sweetened condensed milk a.k.a. Dulce de leche
1/2 stick unsalted butter, softened
1 tsp lemon juice
How to Make Ukrainian Waffle Cake:
1. Combined cooked condensed milk, 1/2 stick softened butter and 1 tsp lemon juice in the electric stand mixer and whisk attachment. Beat on high speed for 3 minutes.
2. Spread cream on the wafers, making sure to reach the edges. Don’t be concerned with filling each square or you will have too much frosting on the cake. Just put enough to have the layers stick. You may make 2 skinny cakes or 1 tall one. They do stack nicely when they aren’t as tall.
3. Place cake under a heavy cutting board or make a press using a cutting board with a bowl of water on top. Let it sit under the press at least 2 hours. Then, slice it up (Ukrainian style) and make sure you grab a slice. They go quickly!!
Enjoy! Let me know if you have found a great source for these wafers?
Ukrainian Waffle Cake with Dulce de Leche
- 1 package plain wafers - round or square, 9 layers, 9-inch diameter
- 1 14 oz can cooked sweetened condensed milk
- 1/2 stick unsalted butter, softened
- 1 tsp lemon juice
Combined cooked condensed milk, 1/2 stick softened butter and 1 tsp lemon juice. Beat them on high speed for 3 minutes.
Spread cream on the wafers, making sure to reach the edges. Just put enough to have the layers stick. You may make 2 skinny cakes or 1 tall one. They do stack nicely when they aren't as tall.
Place cake under a heavy cutting board or make a press using a cutting board with a bowl of water on top. Let it sit under the press at least 2 hours. Then, slice it up and serve.
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hello, on my waffle package, it says may contain peanuts or other nuts. My sun has tree nut and sesame seeds allergy and I was planning to make this for his class valentines day party. these waffles has nuts, none of the ingredients says nuts. As much as I dont wanna take any risks but I planned the whole thing and my husband did not read the ingredient 🙂 what do you think?
Hi Nagi! This recipe does not have nuts but I cannot advise about the waffle package because I do not know how it was processed in the facility it was made. I assume that the allergy notice on the package is because they also process other food items that contain nuts in their facility so cross-contamination is possible. I hope that helps.
Hi- do you have recipe for Zolotoy Kluchik?
I couldn’t find on your site- maybe you can make one?
Thanks for your suggestion, Elena. I don’t have a recipe for that yet but I’ll make sure to share if I fine an awesome recipe!
Hello. I’m excited to try this recipe. I do have a question. I am using canned dulce de leche. Should I heat this product before mixing it with the other ingredients? Thank you in advance.
Hi Holly, you do not need to heat it! It should spread well when at room temperature.
Are these waffles gluten free?
Hi Oksana, I don’t believe they are.
How long can I keep this cake? Thanks
Hi Julie, we prefer it fresh after it rests, but if you’re not going to be eating it soon, wrap it in plastic wrap, then refrigerate it for up to a couple of days.
Very delicious. My only problem was when I went to cut the cake, my edges were not clean . Any tips on how to cut it nicely?
Hi Yana, I recommend a very sharp knife. Some prefer a sharp bread knife.
дуже тобі дякую, I remember these from my childhood. Found wafers at a Russian Deli here in Minneapolis. But did not have a recipe. Do you have a Nutella/Chopped hazelnut filling?
Hi Irene, I’m glad you found this recipe. You can use the Nutella jar for filling too.
This is one of my favorite desserts in Ukraine!
Glad to hear that! I hope you’ll love this recipe if you try it.
Can I freeze this, or would this damage the dulce de leche filling?
Hi Michele, I haven’t tried this frozen, but a few of our customers have mentioned freezing them before. Here is what one of our readers wrote “After all just put in the freezer for couple hours. U will love this. It’s like a frozen cake. Try and enjoy it.”
Hello! I am getting ready to try this recipe, but would appreciate it if you could tell me whether the dulce de leche frosting will “harden” once it sets for a a few hours. I am expecting that I will have some frosting leftover, and would like to be able to reheat it and coat individual waffle cake pieces, but only if the frosting will actually become firm enough that it will not stick to fingers or drip.
Hi Sasha, this doesn’t harden like a stiff caramel if that’s what you’re asking. The layers soak pup the caramel and are soft.
Hi what is the lemon for? Have never used lemon in this dessert. Is it added for taste or to help preserve?
It’s used to offset the sweetness, I think you’ll love it with lemon.
Wafers are available on Amazon. Search for “veselka wafer sheets”
Thank you so much for sharing that with me.
Pryvit Natasha! Thanks for the recipe, have not had it since my mother passed away. It is really delicious and very simple to make.
Awww that’s the best! Thank you so much for sharing that with me, Tania! I’m so glad you found our recipe.
Hello, how far in advance can I make this cake?
Hi Anna, you can leave it at room temp overnight. I’d refrigerate overnight after that if you have leftovers.
Just made these for a Ukrainian wedding. Topped with semisweet chocolate and sea salt flakes. Thank you for the inspiration! Hello from Winnipeg, Canada!
I’m so happy you enjoyed that. Thank you for sharing that with us!
I love the Russian wafers. Can you freeze them after making them? Thank you.
Hi Myra, I haven’t tried this frozen, but a few of our customers have mentioned freezing them before. Here is what one of our readers wrote “After all just put in the freezer for couple hours. U will love this. Its like frozen cake. Try and enjoy.”
Amazon sells the wafers. I found in a shop in the Atlanta area.
Thank you for sharing that with me!!
Familiar taste from the childhood 🙂 I’ve added bananas to my version. They make the cake less sweet that way. It literally melts in your mouth! Thanks for the inspiration!
Thank you so much for sharing that with us, Iryna!! & thank you for that awesome review!
Could I make this without the butter with just the cooked condensed milk? Or Anything I could substitute by chance?
Hi Julia. I haven’t tried this but one of our readers wrote “Your website helped out so much with my last pregnancy as I was craving ukr food. I used to make my waffles with butter but tried cool whip and my family never wants to go back to the butter.” Hope this helps!
Hi Natasha! How far in advance do you think i can make these?? If I freeze them or refrigerate them…
Yes, if you’re not going to be eating it soon, wrap in plastic wrap then refrigerate.
Can you use pre made Dulce de leche like this:one. Will the taste differ greatly?
If you use regular condensed milk, how many cans does it take to slow cook to end with the necessary amount of dulce de leche for this recipe?
Hi Natalia, it takes just 1 can and you can use the can of already made dulce de leche. It is essentially the same thing 🙂 1 can uncooked is equal to 1 can cooked.
Thank you so much for your quick
reply! I am excited to try it!
You’re welcome! Enjoy!
I’m having trouble understanding what “cooked sweetened condensed milk” is compared to where I buy it in a can just the regular sweetened condensed milk. If you can clarify for me so I can make this! Thanks! I also found the waffles at a local Turkish store in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 🙂
Hi Juline! It’s also known as “dulce de leche” We have a recipe for it here.
My mother-in-law does intervals of dulche de leche and farmers cheese. It really cuts down on the sweetness and makes it creamy. My only problem is finding farmers cheese in Texas!
Great suggestion KG, thanks for sharing!
I live in Texas too and you can find farmers cheese in Sprouts and even Fiesta stores!
A few HEBs near me carry farmers cheese, but I’ve used shredded queso fresco in its place pretty successfully.
I have been dating my boyfriend for almost 5 years, and he is a russian/ukranian.
His Babushka makes THE BEST WAFFLE CAKE but she doesn’t speak English so here I am lol
She has a lot more dulche de leche and I think she chops up nuts to go in, peanuts usually.
She also freezes it before serving, cold creamy, and delicious.
Great tips Marisa! Thanks for sharing! 🙂
I found the wafers at Stop and Shop. NY area
Thanks for sharing with other readers Carmen!
I’m planning to make this recipe but I’d like to know how much duce de leche to use. Different brands vary in can or jar size. Thank you.
Sorry I missed that! It is a 14 oz can 🙂
Hi Natasha this looks delicious. …I just made it but got little confused by going over the comments. Do you put cream on both sides of waffle or just one side and put a dry one on top? Thank you can’t wait to try it hope it won’t be too dry.
Hi Mariam, I just put cream on one side of the waffle and top with a dry one. Some folks like more cream and you can add more if desired. After you let it sit under a press and absorb the cream, it won’t be dry 🙂 Enjoy!
Do you have this recipe in Nutrition Facts? Do you have this recipe in weight watchers smart point?
Hi Kathryn, I don’t typically include calorie counts, but if you go to caloriecount.com you can plug in the ingredients and servings and figured out pretty easily that way. I hope that helps!
after its been seating for 2-3 hrs does it needs to be refrigerated?
Yes, if you’re not going to be eating it soon, wrap in plastic wrap then refrigerate or keep it in a very cold garage.
Thanks for sharing this recipe! I added a couple tablespoons of nutella and some crushed walnuts to the dulche de leche mixture (my sisters recommendation per her famous Romanian waffle cake) It was fabulous!
P.S. We buy these international wafers at a local Italian market. Sometimes, they are even sold out there.
Wow that sounds absolutely delicious! I love the ideas of adding walnuts and nutella. Now, tell me more about this famous Romanian waffle cake! 🙂
My mom uses Lekorna plain wafers from a store called Global, but she ran out of that brand once and used a different brand of them. I found some on Amazon. http://amzn.to/1FTMGFP
Thanks for sharing Alla :).
My husbands family is Slovak and with these waffles, they make Oblandi. It is similar to this but has a cocolate/walnut/hazelnut filling. Delicious!
Wow that sounds so good! Do you know if there is a good recipe posted for that somewhere?
I found these wafers at an international store…they have a variety of them…
where do you find the wafers in the USA
I’ve purchased them at our local European store. I haven’t found an online source yet.
I found the waffles in a local walmart. I live in Tri Cities, WA. They don’t have them all the time. When I see them I buy several packs. They come in rectangular shapes and much cheaper than in our local Ukrainian store.
I wish our Walmart stocked them, but they don’t :(. Thanks so much for sharing that!! 🙂
Where can I buy the wafers?
I’ve looked online with no success. They sell them in European or Russian food stores. You might do a google search for European stores in your area. In areas like Sacramento where there is a large Russian/Ukrainian population, they even sell them in some Walmarts, but not all Walmarts.
Love this cake! After it was weighed down and set, I drizzled a bit of melted caramel on top and a few dashes of shaved milk chocolate. So good.
Thank you for the great review Vita :). This cake never gets old, we just had some of it at the birthday party.
If you are looking for an outlet for the wafers, please check out www.buy-ukrainian.com. The import from Ukraine and the ship all over the US Free – they are in Delaware – phone # 302-273-4853
Hi Marion! Thanks for sharing that. I checked it out and couldn’t find wafers. Do you know what they call them on their site so I could search for them?
Try to add homemade coffee extract, it’s delicious 🙂
That sounds amazing! How do you make your coffee extract?
How long should the condensed milk be cooked for, and how should it be cooked?
Amber, I have all the instructions right here. Let me know if you need anything else :).
These waffles are sooo popular in Poland too :))
I think we have alot in common with Polish cuisine! Do you have any good websites or books you could recommend for Polish recipes? Or recipes you could share? I’d love to try some more Polish food! 🙂
I tried your recipe and the cake was awesome! You can look at it here (there’s a translation button on the right side): http://cookingworldtour.wordpress.com/2014/10/11/ukraine-waffelkuchen-mit-sguschonka/
Greetings from Germany, Becky
I’m so glad you enjoyed it! And I’m glad you included instructions for the translation! 🙂 Thanks Becky 🙂
You’re very welcome and good luck with your baby! 🙂
Hello Natasha. I like this cake too, but lately we found out that my family like this too. I want to share this recipe with you.I use cooked condensed milk, but i make white cream too. 1 pack of cream cheese, 2 sticks of butter, and a half of the can not cooked condensed milk: mix. Then you spread it over the wafers. 1-cooked condensed milk, 2-white cream. In all you will have 2 times white and 3 times with cooked condensed milk. After all just put in the freezer for couple hours. U will love this.Its like frozen cake. Try and enjoy.
Wow that sounds really really good! Thank you so much for sharing your recipe! 🙂
I made this cake over the weekend and it was gone the next day, and that’s just mostly my husband eating it lol. Delicious! I did alternate layers and did Dulce de Leche and the next layer black currant jam… & aletrnated thru the entire cake…delicious! Thanks for a great recipe, it will be a staple in our house 😀
:-O That sounds SO SO GOOD! I bet it looked amazing too. I’m so craving your cake right now!
Phooey on WalMart if you’re close to Rancho Cordova! Go to Koreana Plaza International Market in Rancho Cordova (about 3 blocks away from the local WalMart) to get the Russian/Ukrainian specialty items you want. If they don’t have it, ASK and they’ll go to work getting a supply of whatever you couldn’t find. If it sells, they’ll continue to stock it. That’s where I got my stock of wafers …. which I didn’t know what to do with untill I came across your post tonight while I was looking for some kind of filling using dulce de leche OR cornstarch-based something or other. How FUN to have turned up the “authentic” way to use the wafers!
It’s so yummy too! Thanks for sharing your source suggestions 🙂
Natasha! Nice to see another fellow Russian blogger! I made this cake too just in time for our New Year’s! It’s a staple in our house 🙂 If you want you can check it out at www.girlandthekitchen.com 🙂 S’ Novim Godum!
I’m looking forward to exploring more of your blog! This is one of my absolute all-time favorite cakes 🙂 And I love how easy it is.
Ive never tried it with lemon juice either. Also I like waffles better when ALL the squares are filled in, to me they seem kinda dry when they arent. (thats just how I like it) 🙂
I think you’ll love it with a little lemon to offset the sweetness 🙂
Hey natasha I checked ur link to ebay ,,, nd these are different than my mom it’s looking for.do you have any idea where I could buy the old school, stove-top type, bigger ones,, if you know pls reply,, this will mean a lot to me, . Thank you
I haven’t really seen those online. Have you search Amazon and Ebay?
best recipe ever
Thank you Ian, I’m glad you like it :).
In the process of making this cake right now for my sons birthday tomorrow. Do I need to refrigerate it to store it?
You can leave it at room temp overnight. I’d refrigerate overnight after that if you have leftovers.
I lived in Ukriane for most of my teenage years, and if there is anything I miss the most, it is the waffle cake! I really really wish I could find a place in America that sells the wafer parts! Mmmmmm!!!! Sooo good! It would be nice to be able to make it again!
Do you have any Russian or Ukrainian or European stores nearby?
Can i add the uncooked sweetened concentrated milk instead of caramel?
Yes, definitely! I use cooked sweetened condensed milk and I think it works best in this recipe.
I had put in my zipcode to calculate the shipping. that’s prob. y it did not work for you since you are in different zipcode. Try this link: http://balkanbuy.com/shop/index.php?l=product_detail&p=57
it should work now for you. Also, would love for you to check out my post here. I did provide a linkback to you as my source:
Hi, I live in Brooklyn, NY with a large Russian/Polish/Balkan population and I am preparing a blog post that I used these wafers for and was looking for online sources to provide to my readers if they don’t have access to the wafers and found your blog. Great to know about the Ca. Walmart I will def. include the info in my post. However just so you know they can be purchased online at http://balkanbuy.com/shop/index.php?l=cart_view&zip_code=11226-%3E918369 although the shipping charges are high but they are cheaper than the shipping charges for the wafers I saw on Amazon.
When I opened that page, it just took me to the site and it didn’t show the wafers? I wish there was a good way to buy them online…
Thankyou, Natasha, I love your recipes. We are blessed to have you take the time for this website/blog.
Natasha, how crisp does is this cake when finished or is it someewhat soft from the filling? What should I expect, thankyou?
It does get soft on the inside from the filling; the top and bottom layers still retain a little crispness, but it’s great when it gets soft! 🙂
I will try this recipe. I wanted to ask if you’ve ever heard of this similar dessert. While living in southern Siberia for a short time, I often had a waffle like this shaped into a tube or cone and filled with the caramel. Have you ever seen or heard of this or have a recipe? They were so good.
Thanks so much!
I don’t have a recipe for it yet but you can check out these two recipes and see if this is what you looking for. First one is from Olga’s Flavor Factory, second one is from Grab and Go Recipes. Hope this helps.
The second one is exactly it! Thanks so much. I’ve looked everywhere for it and never thought to call it a pizzele. Can’t wait to make these for the family.
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year to you as well Kim. I’m glad that you found what you been looking for 🙂
That’s exactly how I make this waffle cake as well: with butter and lemon juice!! Luv it like that!! :)) We (my parents) used to make the waffles in Ukraine cuz we had those big waffle makers (presses) and we also made them with chocolate filling (we used cocoa, butter and sugar and cooked it all together, but I don’t remember the proportions anymore, it was such a loooong time ago)… I’ve also experimented by putting finely chopped walnuts and/or instant coffee into the condensed milk mixture and it turned out pretty good! 🙂
Love your recipes! so simple and quite healthy i would say, considering what others offer!
Thank you Natalie 🙂
Try one layer of sguschenka and one layer of jam. My favorite is black currant or brusnika. Makes cake much colorful and add variety of taste.
I should get some black currant from jam from my mom and give it a try. With holidays coming up, it would be great to try something different. Thank you for the tip Volodya.
thanks a lot for your recipes. it’s great to have these recipes with American products (as opposed to Russian) 🙂 i already made a few desserts, and, most importantly, KVAS!!! it was such a hit 🙂
did you have a chance to ask your mother for a recipe for home-made waffles?
I haven’t asked her and she’s actually in Ukraine for a couple of weeks :-O. Sorry, I completely forgot.
You call this Ukrainian and Russian waffle cake and your recipes are Ukrainian/Russian, is it possible for you to respectfully distinguish the difference as those two cultures are not one and the same. Thanks.
These are made by both cultures so I can’t say they are specifically one or the other.
I’ve never tried it with lemon, will try it next time, sounds tasty.
I buy already made Dulce de Leche in the mexican isle in any of the grocery stores, saves me the time of boiling the condensed milk.
Buying it already made, will speed up the process by around 2 hours 🙂
Do I still need to boil it if I use the Dulce de leche brand of sweetened condensed milk?
If it is Pre-cooked then you don’t need to cook it.
I made this to have with Arabian coffee and tea. I added some extra http://www.bakersroyale.com/basic-baking-series/baking-basics-how-to-make-homemade-dulce-de-leche using the oven method. My wafers were all beige in colour and rectangular. Just before serving I spread some extra dulce-de-leche on top of each diamond shaped piece. Thank you for this recipe!
This so delish….I found these waffles at A&K Produce market on Madison Avenue in Carmichael…the young man at the counter told me how to prepare them. I simmered a can of condensed milk for a couple of hours like he said, but I felt it was just missing something…….the butter and lemon make a huge difference in the consistency for spreading….again Thanks! Love it!
Awesome! I’m glad you liked it 🙂
THANK YOU!!!!!!! I’ve been looking for this recipe for 13 years since I went to Ukraine. My host home discovered that I LOVED this cake so they served it at nearly eery meal, and I got hooked. I’ve loked around every now and then since but couldn’t find anything on it, until just now. Now, if I can only find out where to buy the wafers…
Update – It’s not the exact wafer that you have, but if you search for torte wafer on amazon, you get something pretty similar.
Sweet!! I haven’t been able to find an online version either. I’ll definitely check it out. Thank you!!
P.s. I love your website! What an awesome career choice!!
That’s wonderful; I’m happy for you 🙂
This is my kids favorite cake, I make it with butter,dulce de leche and cool wip.
I melt the butter mix with dulce de leche with mixer and add softened cool wip mix it in with a spoon gets very fluffy. When I spread it on waffles I fill in most squares sticks together well and I cut it right away because it gets soft later and harder to cut. Ready to eat right away I guess cool wip makes it soft quickly very yummy!
I will have to try adding lemon next time 🙂
You’re the second person to suggest cool whip. There must be something to it! 🙂
Love cooking/baking ukr. Food! Your website helped out so much with my last pregnancy as I was craving ukr food. I used to make my waffles with butter but tried cool whip and my family never wants to go back to the butter.
There are so many possibilities!! Thanks for the tip!
If someone could tell me how to make this recipe with the cool whip I would result appreciate it ☺ thanks in advance!!?
So I went ahead and ordered a mold off of ebay. It’s about 8 or 9 inches across and it has little circles instead of the squares. I’m not sure that it’s the right thing but I don’t know what else it would be used for. Do you happen to have a recipe for the dough?
I don’t but I will check with my mom. I know she used to make them a long, long time ago.
Thanks for putting this recipe up 🙂 I have a friend that is Ukrainian and she made these for school before, they were sooo good. I asked her for the recipe but her recipe isnt in english. now i can make them myself! 🙂
You are very welcome 🙂
Thank you so much for the recipe. I made it for a birthday party this weekend and everyone loved it. By the way, do you have a Kiev cake recipe “Kievski tort”? Thanks again for your wonderful recipes.
Yes, I do have one posted. Click here for the Kiev Cake Recipe Thanks for stopping by and letting me know you enjoyed the cake! I always appreciate it! 🙂
Have you tried adding chopped walnuts in the cream?
I’m not sure if it would work since the cake absorbs some of the cream and needs to soften a little. Adding nuts might interfere with that. But I haven’t tried it.
This is my favorite cake!! I dont put butter either, but want to try the lemon. I actually add little pieces (crushed) nuts. They taste great. I crush them until they are very little, but not powder. I have done that many years and they do not interfere with the softness of the cake. I put a little more cream than in your photo-I make sure all holes are covered good. I have also tried adding a little bit of jam and it taste amazing!
oh, I mix the crushed walnuts in the cream and spread. I tried to sprinkle them on top of each cream layer, but the layers didnt stick. I found it sticks great if you simply add the walnuts to cream.
That tips sound wonderful. Thank you Olga!
Did you use special knife to cut???
Any sharp knife will work 🙂
Ohh my…, each time opening your blog, I always fall in love, so amaaazzzeee with your blog. The recipes are yummy *drool* If I would get pregnant, got a daughter, I would name her after you! You’re amazing! *love*
Oh my goodness, I’m not sure what to say to such a compliment! 🙂 Thank you. And I am always truly amazed at what nice readers I have. I appreciate you so very much!
You can also add a little bit of cocoa to the milk with butter as well as a little bit of vanilla extract.
oooh, yumm! Thanks for the tip Sveta!
One of my favorite cakes 🙂 I will definately have to add lemon next time I make it, it sounds flavourful!!! Thanks for sharing!
I’m enjoying your website! Nice work! Looking forward to more 🙂
How long do you cook the condensed milk ?
Boil 2 hours or in the slow cooker on high 4 hours
Wow I actually found one more person who does there wafflya with butter! All of my friends do it without the butter.. this is great and fast little snack for when u have guests coming over with short notice! I absolutely love ur recipes and wish one day I’m as good as you:) thanks for sharing ur wonderful recipes with us!
Nastia, you are too kind 🙂 Looks like we have something in common! Thank you and I’m really happy you love the recipes!
are you kidding….a Ukie section at Walmart? heaven on earth….here in Calgary all you can find at Walmart is anything Asian…including the clothes…lol…
love you recipes…
lol. Oh my 🙂 I only wish our Walmart had one too!
I never put butter in mine but I’ll have to try the lemon 🙂
Let me know what you think of it once you try it 🙂
hmm love this cake… however I usually use two cans of condensed milk and 1 stick of butter. I’ve never tried putting lemon juice in it though.
Sounds like you double everything 🙂 Lemon juice is nice; it doesn’t change the flavor a whole lot, but enhances it.
Do you by any chance know where you can buy the wafer mold? id be nice to make them on ur own with freshness lol
I have no idea. I’ll ask around. Have you checked ebay or amazon? Sheesh I don’t even know what it’s called?? Anyone else have any ideas about a waffle maker for wafers?
I looked on ebay and they range from $19.99 to $29.99 for one. I searched “Russian wafer mold” and got a few hits. It is like a plate mold used on the stove top.
I’ve never tried one of those. It’s nice if you have an European store nearby they usually sell them $3-$5 a package
Oh boy… I remember the first time my mon made this cake.. I was probably 2/3 yrs old… Till this day it’s my FAV!(: I’ll have to give the lemon juice a try!
I’m from Alaska… We have a Russian section in Walmart too(;
whaaaat ur walmart has a russian section?
No, I live in Idaho. The Cali walmart has a Russian section. I wish ours did too!!
Is 1/2 a stick equal to 125 grams?
I believe it’s 57 grams = 1/2 stick butter.
OMG!!!! I was looking at these wafers the the other day at this Ukie store and was wondering what to with them.
This looks amazing your cake……will make it now. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Iryna. 🙂
Enjoy! Have you tried this type of cake before? You’ll love it!
Hmm never thought of putting lemon juice in these.. will give it a try next time.. They also sell the exact waffles at Walmart in the Russian section and its 50% cheaper than in European stores…
That’s what I heard about the Cali Walmart. Too bad our Walmart doesn’t have a Russian section yet 🙁
Woman you are killing me. This is THE BEST dessert EVER!!!!!!!!
Your blog is the greatest. Seriously.
Sheesh. Thanks Lana 🙂