Easiest, Healthiest Waffles

Easiest, Healthiest Waffles

5 reviews, 4 star(s). 80% would make again

Ready in 30 minutes

This really is amazingly easy to create as far as waffles go.

"I didn't have coconut oil so I substituted canola. I also did half buckwheat flour and half all purpose. I added a bit of sugar, vanilla and maple syrup and it turned out wonderful. Apples with cinnamon were great too."

Ingredients

2 Eggs; organic and free range
2 cups flour; organic whole wheat
1 3/4 cups milk; organic
1/2 cup coconut oil; virgin
4 teaspoons baking powder; aluminum-free
1/4 teaspoon salt; sea

Original recipe makes 6

Servings  

Preparation

Beat eggs until fluffy, then add in the remaining ingredients, liquids first.

Bake each waffle in a hot waffle iron for about 5 minutes or until steaming stops. By this time you should easily be able to remove the waffle from the iron.

For topping suggestions, use 3/4 cups organic cream whipped with a splash of pure almond extract and sweetened with stevia. For added deliciousness, chop two apples and heat together with some cinnamon and organic maple syrup. (Just guess at amounts; it's hard to mess this apple syrup up!)

Notes

High-fat, organic raw milk is best for your health, but if you don't have access to it, use regular organic milk. Alternatively choose almond or rice milk for non-dairy options. Soy milk is NOT a healthy option, despite what you might initially read.

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I used almond milk and rice flour.. I didn't like the taste with the rice flour. I will try again with an organic all purpose flour??
Rachel6 1y ago

Very simple. I used almond milk as I am lactose intolerant. I also sprinkled a little cinnamon and vanilla in the batter. They're plain but better than most other waffles health wise!
ChelseaG123 2y ago

Simple and organic! Loved it, thanks!
Gabyrn 3y ago

I didn't have coconut oil so I substituted canola. I also did half buckwheat flour and half all purpose. I added a bit of sugar, vanilla and maple syrup and it turned out wonderful. Apples with cinnamon were great too.
Chocolate150 5y ago

High-fat, organic raw milk is best for your health, but if you don't have access to it, use regular organic milk. Alternatively choose almond or rice milk for non-dairy options. Soy milk is NOT a healthy option, despite what you might initially read. [I posted this recipe.]
Winkyboy 6y ago

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