This waffle recipe that I have perfected makes the best tasting waffles I HAVE EVER EATEN.
That includes all regular waffles I have ever eaten that contained gluten (before it was confirmed that I have a gluten ALLERGY). Seriously, even if I could miraculously eat gluten again without having a problem, I would still rather have these waffles! They are absolutely amazing tasting.
While we are on the subject of gluten and gluten free foods,
let’s have some REAL TALK. For those of you out there who say things like, “Gawwwwd… I so sick of hearing about Gluten Free! These people are just idiots following another diet trend… blah, blah, blah…”. Just hold on a second right there – GLUTEN ALLERGIES ARE REAL. Let me ask you a question… if a child told you that he/she was allergic to PEANUTS, would you say, “Nahhh… you don’t have a peanut allergy… that’s just in your head… here- try this peanut butter and jelly sandwich, you’ll be fine”? NO, OF COURSE YOU WOULDN’T. But, when you are dismissive of the fact that someone may have a real gluten allergy, you are operating at the same level of someone who would be dismissive of a peanut allergy.
So, before you go saying stuff like, “Ughhhhh…. gluten free waffles… who cares?!? Give me the gluten – I love gluten”, at least try to keep an open mind long enough to make them and try them – you will be glad you did. They truly are fantastic.
Post Workout, Gluten Free Waffle Recipe
3 Siggi’s yogurts
2 cup egg whites
2-3 tsp baking powder
2-3 tsp baking soda
2-3 tsp vanilla extract or Vanilla Bean Powder
2-3 tsp of this amazing quality Cinnamon
2 ripe bananas
3 cups Bob’s Red Mill oatmeal
1 cup Bob’s Red Mill sorghum flour
3-4 tbsp Raw Honey
1/4 cup of frozen blueberries
I made this handy dandy video that details exactly how to mix all these fine ingredients together and make the perfect waffle batter. If you do not want to make WAFFLES, you can just as easily make delicious pancakes using this same batter.
Watch the instructional video below:
All mixing and blending can be done in a blender. I use a Ninja – the best blender I have ever owned and used.
But, you could use a KitchenAid Mixer, which my wife prefers.
This GF Waffle Recipe yields about 15 waffles using this restaurant quality Belgian Waffle Maker
Here are a few of my favorite kitchen gadgets:
I went ahead and calculated the macronutrient profile of these waffles for you, because I know you might be thinking, “these waffles can’t be good for you!”…
Each waffle contains approximately 11 grams of protein, 29 grams of carbohydrates, and only 3 grams of fat. That about 184 calories per waffle with a macro profile of 23/64/13.
Those numbers are before you add Butter and syrup.
Give them a try and let me know how you like them!
Thank you for reading.