The BEST Gluten Free Waffle Recipe.

It’s almost that time of year again when Christmas markets pop up, filling the air with the smell of food you can no longer eat. And Belgian waffle cones are no exception. Last year  me and James went to the one on Liverpool Dock and I watched as he tucked into a waffle cone, stuffed with Nutella, whipped cream and fruit.

As soon as we got home, I knew that I had to make my own waffles, and so I created a recipe video on facebook, which has now got lost somewhere in the algorithm. I made them, and tested them out on James, who said that they were light, fluffy and crispy and they always go down a treat!

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Obviously what you will need, is a waffle maker. It doesn’t matter if it’s cast iron or electric, the batter still works the same. Make sure you butter/oil the waffle iron before you use it, and pre-heat it for a non-stick and better waffle.

Honestly top it with any topping you like, as you can tell, I love using chocolate spread and bananas. Or any fruit really. But savoury toppings work just as fine.

You can keep these in an airtight container in a cool, dry place for 2 days, and to re-heat them, just bang them in the toaster for a few minutes. I guess you could freeze them too, and then use the toaster to defrost and re-heat them. So even if you make more than you need, you always have them there for a quick breakfast.

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You can make these dairy free if you need to, just substitute the milk and butter for their milk-free alternatives.

Gluten Free Waffles)

  • Servings: 8
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Light, fluffy and crisp waffles, perfect for sweet and savoury toppings.


Credit: thecoeliacsloth.com

Ingredients

  • 2 Medium Free Range Eggs
  • 350ml Milk
  • 4tbsp Melted Butter
  • 300g Gluten Free Self Raising Flour (I use Freee by Doves Farm)
  • 2tbsp Caster Sugar (optional)

Directions

      1. Preheat your waffle iron.
      2. Mix the melted butter, milk and eggs together.
      3. Sift in the gluten free flour, and sugar (if you’re planning on making them sweet)
      4. Pour the batter mix into your waffle iron, making sure not to overfill it, the mixture will expand.
      5. Cook for around 5 minutes, or until browned and fluffy.
      6. Carefully remove your waffles from the waffle iron and serve with your favourite toppings!

Enjoy!

If you have made these, let me know on my social media channels, (linked below) or down in the comments section.

Thank you for reading!

Georgina x

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