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Allergen Free Waffles (Gluten-Free)


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Here is a recipe that will leave you wanting more. The great thing about waffles is they can be frozen for a later date, so you can never make too many. This recipe is gluten-free, and also free of most common allergens including; dairy, eggs, nuts, and corn.

Allergen Free Waffles (Gluten-Free)
Serving Size: Approximately 5  Belgian waffles.

  •     1 ¾ cups warm distilled water
  •     1 ¾ cups full fat coconut milk
  •      ½ cup ground flaxseed
  •     2 ¾ tablespoons blackstrap molasses
  •     ½ cup tapioca flour
  •     2 cups gluten-free rice flour
  •     2 teaspoons baking powder
  •     1 teaspoon baking soda
  •     ¾  teaspoon salt
To Make:

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   1. Start by grinding the flax seeds in your blender or food processor until it reaches a finely ground consistency.
   2. Mix the ground flax seed with the warm water in a medium glass bowl, set aside, let sit for 3 minutes. 
   3. Whisk together the rice flour, tapioca flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in a large glass bowl. Blend the coconut milk and molasses into the water and flax seed mixture.
   4. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and mix together until the batter is slightly lumpy.
   5. Preheat the waffle iron until warm.
   6. Mix the batter again briefly, breaking up any remaining balls of rice flour.
   7. Completely grease both sides of the waffle iron.
   8. Pour the batter into the center of the iron, covering  the iron enough but not too much that the batter overflows.
   9. Bake each waffle  until it is brown and can be removed from the iron without breaking or falling apart.

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marty
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16 Aug 2010 7:36:08 PM PDT
Always good to find new recipes, I like Pamala's mix, uses water and eggs, so good for camping, but still can only eat 3 at a time, and has some texture with the almonds bits

 
Lorie Truong
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25 Apr 2011 12:41:34 PM PDT
We usually use Pamela's but have been looking for a more homemade recipe for our waffles so that we could use organic products and try to go without the almonds that are in Pamela's due to dd #1 showing signs of nut allergies along with gluten....these were absolutely wonderful! We served them with fresh berries (and homemade whipped cream for those that could have it :D)....thank you so much!

 
Chrissie
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23 Oct 2012 10:59:28 AM PDT
This looks fabulous. In addition to dairy and wheat/gluten, I can't have flax seeds, go figure. Would chia seeds be a good substitute? They gel just like flax but I have yet to try it myself.

Thanks Destiny for the recipe!

 
Michael
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05 Nov 2012 6:01:36 AM PDT
This is a really good recipe -- it DIDN'T leave me wanting more, it was just right. Thanks!




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