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Crispy Waffles (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Carol Arendt.

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Ingredients:
½ to 1 cup rice flour
½ cup of potato starch
2 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon salt
¼ cups buttermilk
2 eggs
¼ cup vegetable oil

Directions:
Sift dry ingredients. Combine buttermilk, oil, and eggs; and add to flour mixture. Beat until blended (do not over-beat). Bake on waffle iron or make pancakes on a hot griddle

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Patino
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19 Jun 2009 9:30:48 AM PDT
My son loved these waffles!

 
Allan
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11 May 2010 3:42:20 PM PDT
Amazing! Lowered the fat content even more (that you get from the oil), by only putting 1tablespoon of oil and 4 tablespoons of applesauce. Just make sure you put some non-stick spray on the griddle...

 
Britney
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18 Sep 2010 9:50:09 AM PDT
These are amazing!! So delicious I would choose them over regular waffles. I did half oil half apple sauce and homemade rice milk instead of buttermilk. Thank you so much for this recipe!

 
Tessa Klaren
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11 Nov 2012 2:10:01 PM PDT
This is a great recipe! Very tasty, and awesome texture - it's better than the gluten-free waffle mix (I think its Bob's Red Mill) from the store, and so far the best home made recipe I've tried. Thank you! Oh, I did make a couple modifications - my partner is lactose intolerant so we used rice milk instead of buttermilk, and I added a teaspoon of vanilla extract. Yum!




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