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Whole Grain Waffles

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Do you make waffles? If so, what types? I mostly make oat waffles (made with certified gluten-free oats of course) but I'm interested in finding more ideas, because my oat bin is running low at the moment.


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1 1/2 cup almonds (I have also used pecans, hazlenuts, walnuts, or macademia nuts

5 eggs (I have also successfully used only 4)

1/4 tsp baking soda

1/4 tsp salt

2 ripe bananas

Coconut oil to coat wafflemaker.


I combine the dry ingredients in the food processer and whirl.  Than I add the most ingredients.  Check to be sure the banana left no large pieces.  I could about 6 minutes on medium high.


They are good.  I top them with applesauce or strawberries.  Enjoy and be blessed!


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