DAIRY FREE, SOY FREE, NUT FREE, SEED FREE
These dairy free waffles are the bomb! Having allergic kiddos doesn’t mean they live without – at least not when we’re home. I always tell them, I can make anything, or at least I can try!
At restaurants, waffles and pancakes are usually on the no-no list since there is usually dairy milk in the batter and likely nuts in the different varieties of dishes offered. I just imagine that the griddles and waffle irons are contaminated with everything on the menu.
Also, we’re a “classic” waffle family, not a Belgian waffle family. Belgian waffles are just too thick and bready for us. We like the CRUNCH and the thinness. Of course, with that said, this recipe will work for either classic or Belgian waffles.
Scrumptious! I can almost smell them now… Can you?
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There are so many things you can add to your batter to liven up your pancakes! Try chocolate chips, cocoa powder, cardamom, blueberries, bananas, matcha green tea powder, flaxseed meal, hemp seed, shredded coconut, etc.
Which Flour to Use?
If wheat agrees with you, I recommend King Arthur all-purpose flour as they are milled in dedicated wheat-only facilities. If you are allergic, do check as manufacturing practices may change.
Last time I checked in 2018, this is what King Arthur informed me:
Our six Signature Flours (All Purpose, Bread, Whole Wheat, White Whole Wheat, Self-Rising, and Sprouted Wheat, plus their Organic versions) don’t have peanuts or tree nuts added to them as ingredients, and are milled in dedicated wheat-only facilities.
KAF’s specialty flours (e.g., French-style, Italian-style, First clear, etc.), plus many of their mixes and ingredients, are prepared in the Vermont facility where they share equipment with tree nuts.
Out of this World, Allergy Friendly, Dairy Free Waffles
These dairy free, soy free, nut free, and seed free waffles will delight your taste buds and you'll love all the crunchy goodness it has to offer.
- 1 ¾ Cup all purpose-flour
- 1 Cup whole wheat flour
- 1 Tablespoon baking powder
- ½ teaspoon cinnamon
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 2 eggs
- 1 Cup rice milk or milk alternative or water
- ½ Cup orange juice
- ¼ Cup maple syrup
- ½ Cup coconut oil, melted or oil of choice
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- oil for greasing waffle iron
Preheat waffle iron.
Mix the dry ingredients.
Mix the wet ingredients.
Stir the wet into the dry ingredients.
Use a silicone basting brush to grease the waffle iron. Dip in oil and brush on iron.
Follow instructions for waffle iron for cooking waffles.
Makes about 10 waffles.
We use 1/3 Cup batter for each waffle in our waffle iron.
We put about 1/3 cup of batter for each waffle. Refer to your owner’s manual to see how much to use in your waffle iron. We like our Classic Waffle Maker by Cuisinart.
My family loves how unbelievably crunchy we can get these waffles, without burning them. 🙂 You can top them with anything you like. May we suggest blueberries? Sliced banana. Pure maple syrup. So Delicious Dairy Free CocoWhip Topping? Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips? Ohh.. The possibilities are endless!
Aren’t those waffle hearts cute? You can do so much with them! Our machine is discontinued, but you can find other Heart Waffle Makers on Amazon. Yes, we have 2 waffle irons because we love waffles. 🙂
Prefer to make a pre-made pancake and waffle mix so you can use it to make some quick breakfast during the busy week? Here’s a recipe for Pancake and Waffle Mix.
Ready to try out this recipe? Let me know how it works out for you in the comments.
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