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Gluten-Free Waffles

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Waffles vs. pancakes, which ones are better? I shared with you a recipe for gluten-free pancakes:, but what about waffles? If you’re looking for another breakfast meal to have that is gluten-free, try this recipe for waffles. Now you’ll be able to decide whether you want gluten-free waffles or pancakes and you can have a debate with your friends or family members on which ones are better. Are you team waffles or team pancakes?

These waffles are fluffy and delicious to have whether you have a gluten allergy or not. You can share them with the whole family even if only one family member has a gluten allergy. They don’t taste much different than waffles with gluten in them. Follow the recipe below to make some gluten-free waffles for everyone to enjoy.


  •       1½ tsp Active Dry Yeast
  •       1 cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk, room temp
  •       138g (½ cup + 1 tbs) Unsweetened Applesauce, room temp
  •       1 Large Organic Egg
  •       2 tsp Vanilla Extract
  •       2 tsp Natural Butter Flavor
  •       1 tsp Stevia Extract
  •       112g (1 cup) Coconut Flour
  •       144g (¾ cup) Granulated Erythritol, divided
  •       1 tbs Homemade Metamucil
  •       1 tsp Double-Acting Baking Powder
  •       ¼ tsp Salt



  1.     In a large bowl, whisk together the yeast, almond milk and applesauce. Let sit 5 minutes.
  2.     Whisk in the egg, vanilla extract, butter extract and stevia extract.
  3.     In a small bowl, whisk together the coconut flour, ¼ cup of the erythritol, metamucil, baking powder and salt. Dump into the large bowl and fold together (fold dough for 5 minutes).
  4.     Form the dough into a ball, cover with plastic wrap and let sit in a warm place for 1 hour (I used a warming drawer set to 90 degrees).
  5.     Fold in the remaining ½ cup of erythritol and mix well.
  6.     Divide the dough into 3 and shape into balls. Cover and let rise for 40 minutes in a warm place (I used the warming drawer again).
  7.     Preheat your waffle iron to medium heat and spray with cooking spray.  When iron is hot, press a dough ball in the center of the iron and shut to close (my waffle iron cooked the waffles in 5-7 minutes. I open the waffle maker a crack at around 4 minutes to let some heat out and check on the doneness of the waffles).
  8.     Carefully remove the waffle from the iron (FYI, the waffles will be really delicate when they’re hot in the waffle maker. I couldn’t get the waffles out as a whole so I took them out as quarters). Spray the iron with cooking spray again and cook the rest of the waffle dough.
  9.     Serve immediately with fresh fruit, mini dark chocolate chips, all natural whipped cream (I use Soyatoo Rice Whip) and/or pure maple syrup!

Now you have a gluten-free waffle recipe that you can share with the whole family. You can now have something to look forward to in the morning and enjoy a delicious meal without having any problems. It’s a good way to start off your morning; worry-free.

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