Recipe by Gen
"Being new to a gluten-free diet can be frustrating, but it doesn't mean you have to avoid the foods you enjoy. Made with sweet sorghum flour and tapioca starch, these waffles will be nice and crispy on the outside, while light and fluffy on the inside! Separating the eggs is optional, but worth the extra work! Instead of regular syrup, top with apple butter, greek yogurt, or berries. My husband and son love peanut butter on their waffles. You can add 1-2 teaspoon of cinnamon for extra flavor."
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chicken eggs, separated
duck eggs, separated
3 1/2 cups
unsweetened vanilla-flavored almond milk
Best gluten-free recipe yet! For a little healthy-fat, I substituted coconut oil for the applesauce and that just made them even better--plus they didn't stick so bad and came out crispier--bonus all the way around! Definitely a make again and again kind of recipe!
Agreed, Best gluten-free waffle recipe! I usually have Greek yogurt available, so I use this as a substitute for the applesauce. I also use this recipe for pancakes and eliminate the vanilla:) To add more nutrition I add: 1/8-1-4 cup of Flaxseed and/or substitute Stevia for the sugar! I LOVE this recipe!!! Kudos!
These were fantastic waffles. And not just fantastic for gluten free, these were hands down fantastic waffles! The only change I made was because I didn't have applesauce I added about 2 tbsps melted butter. We cooked them with some chocolate chips and even my non-gluten friends wanted the recipe because they tasted better than the wheat ones. They were crispy on the outside and fluffy and soft on the inside. The batter is super thick (like paste) but we spread it on the waffle maker and they turned out just great. Definitely a keeper! They didn't last long enough to take a photo!
Very good would never know they are gluten free. The only thing I changed was I used all chicken eggs. Made up the whole batch and froze them to put in the toaster.
I halved the recipe because this was my first time making it. That didn't seem to effect the consistency. I only used chicken eggs. I used coconut milk instead of almond. I was concerned about it sticking as it doesn't have any fat in it however, they didn't stick that much even without cooking spray. Crisp on the outside and warm and moist on the inside. Consistency was very close to regular waffles. I would use almond milk or dairy alternative next time to avoid the coconut flavor. Overall very good. Wonder what buckwheat flour or adding oil to them would do. I baked the whole batter and froze them so I could pull them out in the hectic mornings. Thanks for the recipe!
This is a rockin' recipe. Everyone liked it! I am going to try the tips for less sugar and substituting coconut oil for applesauce. The aroma when this are baking is absolutely divine. Yum--mie!
These are amazing! I used all chicken eggs and cinnamon flavored applesauce. My kids gobbled these up. I plan on freezing the extra and putting them in the toaster for busy school mornings.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Gluten Free Waffles!!
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 35
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