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GRAIN FREE WAFFLES WITH COCONUT FLOUR waffles have finally returned to my life and i couldn't be more excited to share my recipe with you. they're perfect to enjoy fresh, or else freezing and popping into the toaster oven whenever you want.

WAFFLES ARE BACK. At least in my life. The quintessential brunch item has been sorely lacking from my existence due to the simple fact that I did not own a waffle maker. First world problems amirite? But a problem all the same.

Thus, since going grain free and refined sugar free, I’ve had to placate myself with crepes, cheese blintzes and pancakes. All along though, my heart *truly* desired a good ol’ waffle. I’ve actually always been more of a waffle person than a pancake person. Okay, since we went there, here’s my ~official~ ranking: 1. Waffles 2. Crepes 3. Pancakes. 

Yup. Pancakes are deadddd last. But if you do need a pancake recipe, I have one, with coconut flour, I won’t judge you.

grain free waffles with coconut flour

My waffle dreams were finally fulfilled when my twin sister got me the cutest lil’ waffle maker for Christmas. Hence, these waffles look suspiciously like Eggos – they are literally that same size and shape– because it’s this Dash Mini Waffle Maker. Obviously, you can use whatever waffle maker you own, but just keep in mind, this recipe was for that sized waffle maker and hence it makes eight Eggo-sized waffle, which could be hypothetically half the size of a traditional/large waffle. 

If you don’t already own a waffle maker and want to remedy it asap, I do love the Dash one so far, it’s worked flawlessly, easy to clean and use in general, and I mean, just look at these freaking cute waffles!! Need I say more?

Okay, just a little lol: I made these waffles with coconut flour, sort of riffing off my crepe recipe to create something a bit more full. Because we are grain free over here, they are not the “crispiest” waffles you’ll encounter, but they do have a firmness to them, especially when you heat them up in the toaster oven. These are a great recipe to make ahead; prep a double batch even and freeze half (or all!) in between layers of parchment paper so that you have a ready-to-go Eggo for weekday meals or a lazy weekend brunch that calls for waffles (as all brunches should).

Find the full recipe and instructions below. Follow me on IG for my daily grain free shares @grainfreee! Please leave a comment or review below if you try this recipe, I’d love to hear from you!

A few more recipes if you’re looking for some breakfast things:

grain free waffles with coconut flour

grain free waffles with coconut flour: ingredients

  • 1/4 cup coconut flour
  • 1/4 cup coconut milk (sub in water or another nut-based milk)
  • 4 eggs
  • 3 tbsp honey
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil, melted plus more for the waffle maker
  • 2 tbsp cold water
  • 1/2 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1/4 tsp pure almond extract
  • 1/4 tsp baking soda

grain free waffles with coconut flour: how to

  1. heat up your waffle maker. for this recipe, i did use the dash mini waffle maker which makes waffles that are essentially the same size as an eggo. if you are using a larger/more traditionally-sized waffle maker, keep in mind you will end up with less waffles, so you could always double this recipe as needed.
  2. in a large bowl, whisk your dry ingredients together, before adding in the coconut milk, honey, coconut oil and almond extract. combine well.
  3. add apple cider vinegar, cold water, and combine, before adding in the eggs. mix well, so there are no clumps.
  4. prepare your waffle maker by greasing it with coconut oil (simply put some coconut oil on a paper towel and spread it around the waffle maker grills).
  5. once hot, pour 1/4 cup of batter into the mini waffle maker, so that you do not see the black grills. close and allow to cook for 3-4 minutes.
  6. once it’s browned to your liking, carefully remove and set aside. you can place your waffles on a baking tray and keep them warm in the oven (on low) while you prepare the rest, if you are serving them fresh.
  7. repeat until all batter is complete.
  8. serve fresh with eggs, honey, yogurt, and fresh fruit. or else, store these in between layers of parchment paper in the freezer and pop one out whenever you want an “eggo.”!
grain free waffles with coconut flour


 

grain free waffles with coconut flour

waffles have finally returned to my life and i couldn't be more excited to share my recipe with you. they're perfect to enjoy fresh, or else freezing and popping into the toaster oven whenever you want.
Course: Breakfast
Servings: 8 waffles (eggo-size)
Author: rose of grainfreee.com

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup coconut flour
  • 1/4 cup coconut milk sub in water or another nut-based milk
  • 4 eggs
  • 3 tbsp honey
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil, melted plus more for the waffle maker
  • 2 tbsp cold water
  • 1/2 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1/4 tsp pure almond extract
  • 1/4 tsp baking soda

Instructions

  • heat up your waffle maker. for this recipe, i did use the dash mini waffle maker which makes waffles that are essentially the same size as an eggo. if you are using a larger/more traditionally-sized waffle maker, keep in mind you will end up with less waffles, so you could always double this recipe as needed.
  • in a large bowl, whisk your dry ingredients together, before adding in the coconut milk, honey, coconut oil and almond extract. combine well.
  • add apple cider vinegar, cold water, and combine, before adding in the eggs. mix well, so there are no clumps.
  • prepare your waffle maker by greasing it with coconut oil (simply put some coconut oil on a paper towel and spread it around the waffle maker grills).
  • once hot, pour 1/4 cup of batter into the mini waffle maker, so that you do not see the black grills. close and allow to cook for 3-4 minutes.
  • once it's browned to your liking, carefully remove and set aside. you can place your waffles on a baking tray and keep them warm in the oven (on low) while you prepare the rest, if you are serving them fresh.
  • repeat until all batter is complete.
  • serve fresh with eggs, honey, and fresh fruit. or else, store these in between layers of parchment paper in the freezer and pop one out whenever you want an "eggo."!

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