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  • Writer's pictureMelisha Meredith

Gluten Free Blender Oat Waffles Recipe

Updated: Oct 19, 2023


Crispy on the outside. Soft on the inside. These waffles are a special treat! One, because Ryan makes them, so that means I don’t have to cook. And two, they are so delicious AND healthy!

I stopped making waffles once we got past two kids, because our waffle maker was small, and it would just take forever to make enough waffles for all of us. Then we discovered our favorite waffle maker - a double Belgian waffle maker!

With this recipe and that waffle maker, we have waffles almost once a week now!


Ok, Ryan, give us the recipe!


Gluten Free Blender Oat Waffles Recipe:


Serves:

3-4 depending on how hungry you are. We double this recipe for our family of 6.


Ingredients:

  • 3 cups old fashioned oats

  • 2 large eggs

  • ½ cup melted coconut oil

  • ½ cup organic whole milk

  • 1 tsp salt

  • ¼ cup coconut sugar

  • 2 tsp aluminum free baking powder

  • 3 tsp powdered cinnamon

  • 2-3 cups of filtered water

  • Real Maple Syrup

  • Toppings of your choice. We enjoy:

    • Sliced bananas and peanut butter

    • Blueberries or raspberries

    • Strawberries with homemade whipped cream


Directions:

  1. If necessary, warm up the coconut oil so that it's liquid.

  2. For best results, make sure the water and milk are near room temperature so that the coconut oil does not harden.

  3. Combine all ingredients into the blender. I recommend starting with the oil near the bottom so that it doesn’t stay near the surface while blending.

  4. Blend until smooth and let stand for 3-4 minutes to allow the batter to thicken.

  5. Cook in your favorite waffle maker!


Tips:

  • If your waffles stick, try brushing the waffle maker with a thin layer of coconut oil.

  • To up the protein, top with peanut butter or chopped nuts.

  • To make them dairy free, sub any milk of your preference.

  • These freeze beautifully. We usually put them in a plastic storage bag.

  • We recommend aluminum free baking powder because research is showing a link between aluminum and neurodegenerative diseases.


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