An easy for a comforting weekend breakfast. You will love these and all the possible healthy options to make this , keep reading to learn more!
How to make ?
are egg-free and dairy-free waffles. They are like regular Belgian style waffles but without the butter, eggs or . Of course, this is an easy , no or needed, made with less than 10 simple :
- or gluten-free all-purpose blend. The texture changes slightly depending on the you are using. White wheat waffles are chewier and fluffier while the whole-wheat is heavier, darker in color and crispier. You can also use with this but make sure you use thin for best result. A coarse make the waffles fragile. – great news the works with either unbleached white ,
- – for a little raise or half amount of . Note that is a great gluten-free option If you use
- or unrefined cane . Other options are -free crystal sweetener like Erythritol or Monk fruit. Regular will work too but it’s less nutritious.
- Unsweetened applesauce – this acts as egg replacement in the . You can also replace applesauce by puree to make .
- – or any light you love. Options that are light in flavors are almond oil, avocado oil or . Note that refined doesn’t have taste or you can use too.
- Unsweetened – any plant-based would work in the . and canned contain more fat and will make the waffles fluffier. You can also use unsweetened or oat but the waffles will be crispier. Note that you can boost the fluffiness of your waffle by adding 1/2 tablespoon of or to the to create .
This is the most easy you will find online. All you have to do is combine the with the together, that’s it!
In a large mixing bowl, whisk or along with , applesauce and . For fluffy waffles add 1/2 tablespoon of . In fact, this addition turns into and create fluffy .
In another mixing bowl, combine of you choice with and (or ), salt and any healthy addition you want. You may like 1 tablespoon of of to boost the with omega 3.
Of course we all want healthy vegan breakfasts to start the day. So let me share with you some healthy swap you can make in this to make it more nourishing:
- Swap white or thin . The will work with the same ratio of or . The result will be crispier, denser and darker in color. or waffles are much more nutritious and recommended to add fiber to your breakfast! for
- Make it free – use erythritol or xylitol instead of and serve with low-carb fruits like berries and sunflower seed butter.
- Make it oil free – swap the oil for more applesauce! Oil is the key for a so if you remove oil this will be heavier and fluffier but still delicious too!
- Low fat – choose low-fat , the waffles will be crispier with this option. like unsweetened
How to make that are fluffy?
The trick to make your waffles fluffy is to use ! Indeed, contains more fat than unsweetened and therefore waffles are fluffier . Another option is to use . Obviously, unsweetened and oat would work too but the waffles will be crispier with these milks.
Waffle topping ideas
There are so many possibilities when it comes to waffle toppings. The best toppings are:
- or seed butter – sunflower seed butter, almond butter, or
- Refined free liquid sweetener – brown rice (low GI), Monk fruit ( -free), or agave
- Jam & spread – any fruit jam, apple sauce or chocolate vegan spread
- – banana slices, raspberries, blueberries or strawberries. You can basically add any on top of this
- Cream and yoghurt – add a dollop of homemade cream on top of a can of cream. , yoghurt or soy yoghurt. Make your own using the
- Nuts and seeds – sliced almonds, dessicated , vegan chocolate chips or a pinch of !
Can I make gluten free ?
The best options to make vegan gluten free waffles are:
- all-purpose gluten free blend
- gluten free certified
- Other option is a combination of 1/3 . However, note that gluten free waffles are much more chewy, dense and fragile. ,1/3 and 1/3
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Vegan waffles recipe
- In a large mixing bowl, whisk the dry ingredients together: flour, baking powder, coconut sugar.
- Preheat the waffle iron. Make sure you grease your waffle iron just before adding the waffle batter and repeat this before baking each batch of waffles. You can either brush some coconut oil or spray some oil.
- Make a well in the center, pour unsweetened almond milk, coconut oil, vanilla and apple sauce.
- Whisk all the ingredients together until it forms a consistent waffle batter with no lumps.
- Ladle the waffle batter into the preheated and greased waffle iron.
- Cook the waffles for 3-4 minutes (time very much depends on your waffle iron) or until golden and crispy. The longer they bake the crispier they get.
- Serve immediately with topping of your choice like icing sugar, peanut butter or jam.
- Store the waffle batter up to 24 hour in the fridge in an airtight container and use the next day for breakfast.
- Store the cooked waffles in the fridge for up to 2 days in an airtight container. You can also freeze the waffles and defrost the day before serving.
- Stored waffles gets softer, I recommend you rewarm them few minutes in a toaster or in a preheated waffle iron to bring back their crispiness.