Gluten free waffles are easy to make with almond flour and a few other pantry staples. Top with your favorite syrup for a healthy and delicious breakfast.
Pancakes and waffles are favorite breakfasts with my kids. When we cut wheat out of our diet, I was a little worried about how gluten free waffles would go over. As it turns out, I had nothing to worry about. I ended up making two batches of these waffles because everyone loved them so much.
Years ago I bought my first waffle maker and it’s a big, square Belgian waffle maker. I hate it because the waffles are just so big! I really wanted a smaller waffle maker more like Waffle House waffles, but I came across an Oster Ceramic Waffle Maker and couldn’t resist getting it. I’m not a big fan of non-stick Teflon coating and avoid whenever I can. So the ceramic coating on this waffle maker was hard to pass by. It’s a little bigger than I wanted, but it made great waffles so it’s a keeper!
These gluten free waffles are super easy to make with almond flour. I ended up making a second batch because the kids were inhaling the waffles. I stirred in some of our favorite gluten free, dairy free mini-chocolate chips to one of the batches to make chocolate chip waffles and the kids loved them.
I like to serve waffles with homemade whipped cream and sliced strawberries for a fresh and delicious breakfast – or dinner!
Easy Gluten Free Waffles
- 2 cups almond flour
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon (more or less - optional)
- 1/4 cup honey
- 8 eggs
- 2 teaspoons homemade vanilla
- Heat your waffle iron according to manufacturer directions. I always oil mine first then plug it in and let it heat up.
- In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together flour, baking soda, salt and cinnamon.
- Add eggs, hone and vanilla and whisk again until all ingredients are fully incorporated. Let the batter sit for a few minutes to thicken up a bit.
- Stir batter and then pour batter on to waffle maker. I found that my waffle maker needed a little over a 1/2 cup of batter for each waffle. But yours made need more or less.
- Cook according to waffle make directions. Serve immediately with desired toppings.
Recipe adapted from Comfy Belly
Waffles are always a hit for breakfast at our house! Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!
Thanks, Karly! We love them for dinner, too!
We’ve been having them for dinner with homemade whipped cream and sliced berries! Thanks for stopping by!
That is one of the easiest gluten free breakfast recipes I have ever seen. There weren’t 20 different types of flour sifted together. I admit that gluten free bread recipes sometimes overwhelm me. This one is simple and sounds easy to prepare. I will have to try it.
I only have coconut and almond flour in the house. The other gluten free flours raise your blood sugar as much as wheat flour! I made them again for dinner the other night with sliced strawberries and homemade whipped cream and loved them just as much as I did the first time!
Miz Helen says
Yum, I just love Waffles, wish I had one of these right now. Thank you so much for sharing this awesome post with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
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Yum! I occasionally make gluten free pancakes with almond flour but my waffles are oatmeal. We love our waffles around here, I made 60 at a time and freeze them for quick toasting on busy mornings.