These were very good and smelled amazing while cooking. I subbed whole milk for fat-free (I don't believe fat free milk is healthy) and walnut oil for canola (no GMOs in our house). Otherwise followed the recipe exactly (with all organic ingredients), but next time I would sub white whole wheat or spelt flour for the a-p flour. I let the batter rest about 5 min while the waffle iron heated up and the batter got really nicely puffy from the baking powder. We served these with a little butter and real maple syrup and they were delicious. My children devoured them and asked for seconds. Thanks for the recipe, it's definitely a keeper! ETA: made a half recipe of these this morning for my son who is allergic to wheat, diary,corn, and egg. I subbed 1 cup bob's red mill gf flour mix, 3/4 tsp xanthan gum, 1/4 cup egg substitute made from chia gel (1 T chia seeds and 1/4 cup water), 1/2 T organic sugar and 1/4 tsp sea salt (iodized usually contains corn), almond milk, walnut oil, 1/2 tsp raw vanilla powder, and hahn's natural baking powder (made with potato starch rather than gmo cornstarch). He loved them and thought they tasted just like the "real" kind that he remembered. With syrup, they were quite good given all the substitutions made, this recipe is very forgiving.
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These were very good and smelled amazing while cooking. I subbed whole milk for fat-free (I...