Breakfast Waffles

This recipe is very easy and versatile. For those old bananas on your counter, keep them for waffle day. Put them in your food processor or add them directly to the batter and use a hand mixer to get them into the batter well.

I have played with Waffle recipes so much on this journey! It has been mastered! Cooking with nut flours can be difficult when trying to “replicate” a gluten/yeast filled recipe. You just need the right amounts of certain ingredients together and you can make it work! These do not have a grainy texture like some nut flour baked goods can have, they are moist and so fluffy! A little honey and some butter, delicious!

A waffle maker was a must for me to start this diet, it makes a quick and healthy breakfast without having to stand at the stove and flip pancakes!

 

Grain Free Belgian Waffles

Serves 1
Prep time 10 minutes
Cook time 5 minutes
Total time 15 minutes
Dietary Gluten Free, Grain free, Sugar free
Meal type Breakfast
Misc Child Friendly
This recipe is very easy and versatile. For those old bananas on your counter, keep them for waffle day. Put them in your food processor or add them directly to the batter and use a hand mixer to get them like baby food.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Blanched Almond Flour
  • 2 Organic large eggs
  • 1/2 cup Almond milk (or coconut milk)
  • 1/2 teaspoon Vanilla
  • 1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup Coconut flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon Baking Soda

Note

I think Almond milk works best in this recipe. If you don't make your own or can't find one in the stores without gums, I use Almondie. It is an Almond Concentrate that you add water to. It is different from Almond Butter, although it can be used as Almond Butter. It was made from RAW BLANCHED almonds. A lot of Almond butters are made from Almonds with the skin still on. That wouldn't make a milk properly.

Directions

1. Put all dry ingredients in a bowl and mix to combine. Add the milk and mix well.
2. Add in eggs and beat into the mix well.
3. Spray non stick spray on waffle grids and pour into your waffle maker and follow the waffle makers instructions.
4. Some butter and a drizzle of honey is my favorite. Add fruit if you like.

 

 

 

 

14 thoughts on “Breakfast Waffles

  1. Kailie

    Thank you! This looks great, I am looking forward to trying it out soon. Can I use regular raw organic milk instead of almond?

    Reply
  2. kelly

    Your post talks about adding bananas to the batter but I don’t see any in the recipe. Should it include bananas?

    Reply
  3. Emily

    Have you ever made these in advance and put them in the freezer to reheat later? How do they hold up in texture and taste?

    Reply
  4. Judith

    I am just wondering if this would freeze well? Does the texture change? I like to make up lots of waffles and freeze them. Then the kids can just throw them in the toaster whenever they want (and I don’t have to actually cook on early school mornings!)

    Reply
    1. BrittanyBrittany Post author

      Sounds like a great idea! I would try it. Just make sure they are completely cooled and no condensation is in the bags.

      Reply
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