These Grain Free Waffles are so tasty. They’re incredibly easy to make and perfect for a weekend breakfast. These waffles are grain free, gluten free, soy free, egg free, refined sugar-free, and nut free. They are also suitable for vegans and people following the paleo diet.
Waffles are probably my favorite breakfast food. Almost every weekend I like to make a delicious batch of waffles for Trevor and me to eat in bed. It’s a great lazy way to wake up on the weekend. I made these waffles because Trevor was cutting back on grains. They came out amazing! Both Trevor and I were obsessed and I know you will be too.
Finding a Waffle Maker
I love my waffle maker and have used it for a lot of years. Based on my experience with waffle makers here’s a list of some of the best ones on Amazon.
- Cuisinart Belgian Waffle Maker – This would be the perfect waffle maker. It’s a great size and has a square shape. It’s similar to the one I own, but it’s much cheaper. If my waffle maker broke I would get this one. Why? Because it has removable plates making it easy to clean. Trust me, you’ll hate not having that (I would know).
- Hamilton Beach Waffle Maker – This one is a great cheap option.
- Hamilton Beach Waffle Maker 2 squares – This is the cheapest option of all and is perfect if you only need 2 squares.
All the Waffles
These Grain Free Waffles are definitely awesome. But if you want more gluten free waffles I have a lot more recipes you can choose from. I love how versatile waffles are. They’re the perfect jumping-off point for a delicious treat. Below are some of the other waffle recipes you can find on Eat or Drink.
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- Preheat your waffle maker and grease with a small amount of dairy free butter or cooking spray.
- Whisk your cassava flour and baking soda together in a medium-sized bowl. In another bowl whisk your dairy free milk, melted dairy free butter, coconut sugar, and ground flax. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry and mix well.
- Let the waffle batter sit for about 3 minutes. Allowing it to sit will help all the ingredients come together. Spoon the waffle batter into your waffle maker and cook according to your waffle maker instructions for about 7 minutes.
- Enjoy your waffles topped with a big smear of dairy free butter. I topped mine with a nice spoon of dairy free yogurt and some carob chips.