Gluten Free Vegan Waffle Recipe
I'm a bread girl. I love me a good loaf and don't forget the stick of REAL butter either.
Don't judge me. LOL
We have a weekend tradition of making waffles, pancakes, or french toast on the weekends. And now that little Mr. is here, I want him to be able to join in on the fun as well too. Sure, I can purchase Gluten Free waffles from the store. But I would much rather make them at home with wholesome ingredients vs. the junk they stick in the others.
The first time I tried making up my own recipe for a waffle mix, it ended up in the garbage. But this time! Well! This time I landed on a recipe that even this non-gluten free vegan person liked!
I just recently purchase a dash mini-waffle maker from Target for only $9.99 that I LOOOVE! It makes the perfect "Eggo" size waffle for the toaster. I like to make an entire batch and then freeze them on a dry wrack before placing them in a zip-lock storage back in the freezer. This keeps them from sticking to each other later on.
Below is the recipe!
1 Flax Egg (follow Minimalist Baker's recipe)
1 Cup Domata Gluten Free Flour (I purchased ours from the local store)
1 Cup UnSweetened Flax Milk (Good Karma is a great brand!)
1/2 Cup Water
1 tablespoon granulated sugar (or honey)
2 tablespoons olive oil (or veg oil)
3 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
dash of salt
Make 1 flax egg in small bowl or cup and let thicken for approximately 5 minutes. Follow Minimalist Baker's recipe for the flax egg. In a medium mixing bowl, mix remaining ingredients and pour in flax egg and mix until smooth.
Pour 1/4 cup of mixture into mini-waffle maker and do not lift for approximately 3-4 minutes. These waffles take longer to cook vs. regular waffle. Lift lid slowly. Cook until golden brown. They will have a slight crunchy texture yet soft.
The entire batch made 10 mini-waffles.
For my fellow PKU'ers. The whole batch contains 200mg Phe. That is only 20mg of Phe per waffle!!! Score!