Crisp, soft, easy healthy gluten free oat waffles that are incredibly easy to make with just a blender. Serve hot with maple syrup or pack into lunch boxes or freeze leftovers! Just add all ingredients into a blender, blend and make waffles….so easy.
Any waffle lovers out there?
My family loves, LOVES waffles. My kids will not mind having them every morning of the week and one of the favorites include these Easy Belgian Waffles.
Crisp. Soft. Light. Easy. No fuss. Healthy <— These gluten free waffles have it all.
Ingredients for making healthy gluten free oat waffles:
Oats – Use old fashioned oats not quick cooking or instant. And gluten free oats to make gluten free waffles.
Eggs – Cold or room temperature
Milk – Whole or reduced fat preferably
Coconut oil – Use liquid coconut oil (melted and cooled)
Baking powder, Vanilla extract and salt – Flavoring and leavening.
How to make gluten free waffles?
Take a look at the steps. There are 2. Yes just TWO STEPS-
Step-1 : Add all ingredients to a blender and blend.
Step-2: Make waffles.
Can this get any easier?
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These easy oatmeal waffles are-
- Crispy and light
- Easiest to make <—- Dump everything into a blender and BLEND.
- Gluten Free ( use gluten free oats instead)
- Super healthy —> Oats, eggs, milk and coconut oil
- Freezes beautifully
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Things to remember when making gluten free oat waffles:
- You don’t need a professional $$$ blender. Mine isn’t! —> Add all ingredients and blend until smooth. Great blender waffles recipe!
- If adding room temperature liquid coconut oil (not warm or hot), then proceed onto making waffles right after you blend.
- If adding warm liquid coconut oil, then let batter rest for about 10 minutes ( this will allow it to thicken) before making waffles.
- Substitute melted and cooled butter instead of coconut oil.
They freeze beautifully. Just pop them into your toaster for a quick breakfast!
Great for lunch boxes!
My children love breakfasts for school lunch once in a while <– Fun variation from the usual savory suspects.
And these waffles are super healthy. So, why not?
Pack them with maple syrup in a seperate small container or jello shot cups and fruits.
More Gluten Free Recipes:
Easy Healthy Gluten Free Oat Waffles
- Add all ingredients into a blender. Blend until smooth (it took about 3 minutes in my blender). Let batter rest while you preheat waffle iron.
- Grease waffle maker with non-stick cooking spray. Pour about 1/3 cup batter into each waffle plate and cook according to manufactures instructions until golden. (I cooked for 4 minutes in my waffle iron). Remove waffles onto a plate and repeat with remaining batter.
- If adding room temperature liquid coconut oil (not warm or hot), then proceed onto making waffles right after you blend. If adding warm liquid coconut oil, then let batter rest for about 10 minutes ( this will allow it to thicken) before making waffles. Substitute melted and cooled unsalted butter instead of coconut oil.
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