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!
Recipe adapted from Comfy Belly