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Does anyone have the Bette Hagman waffle recipe? i wrote down the pancake part of the recipe but not the waffle part. Any help would be great.

Thanx, Tracy

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Sorry Tracy I do not :( , I always buy Vans frozen waffles! :D

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We use Arrowhead Mills Gluten Free Pancake and Baking Mix (Organic white rice flour, organic potato starch, tapioca starch, baking powder, organic whole grain yellow corn flour, natural flavor, sea salt, organic cinnamon).

It makes waffles perfectly! Way better than any recipe I've found....

Good luck!

Connie

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I have had a problem with the rice flour waffles being too grainy of a texture and my kids won't eat them. I don't care for them either. The only Van's waffle I have really liked was the Flax waffles. But not if they are allowed to get cold! They are just too dry and hard as a rock! I am about to give up on waffles altogether unless I can find a good recipe.

Mariann

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We bake Bette's waffles. I double the recipe, we eat a meal and freeze the remainder for later meals(two waffles per Zip Loc bag. You really should buy her book; it is full of great recipes.

I'm not sure how she would feel about this board publishing a copyrighted recipe in the public domain. I am sure that it's not legal.

Buying any of Bette's books is money well spent.

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We bought a Rival Waffle Cone Maker!!

It is a lot of fun. And cleans up easily. Now we can have our own waffle cones! :wub:

(we can't have the storebought ones due to our soy allergy!)

It makes really thin cones, bowls, and cookies. It takes practice not to burn them (cook for 20-30 seconds), but they are really yummy!

Here is the cone/cookie recipe:

3 eggs

1 cup flour

2 T. vanilla

1/2 cup melted butter

1 teasp. baking powder

3/4 cup sugar

Beat eggs, adding sugar gradually. Beat until smooth. Add cooled butter and vanilla. Sift flour and baking powder. Blend into egg mixture until smooth. Dough will be sticky, drop by heaping spoonful. Close lid and bake 20-30 seconds.

This recipe probably will only work with the Rival maker, but it sure is good!!

Our little boy is in icecream heaven!! --he's never had an icecream cone before, and now he can have icecream sandwiches, too!!

:wub::wub::wub:

Connie

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Ladies, have you ever tried a regular cook book waffle recipe, while substituting gluten-free flour?

We were buying the boxed waffles until I tried a recipe out of the Southern Living Cookbook and made the substitution. I've used the Bette Hagman and the Wendy Wark four mixture.

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Sorry....I pushed the wrong button and cut myself off. Regular recipes work well for waffles and pancakes, if your family can tolerate the dairy products that go into them. I don't even separate the eggs and beat the whites separately. They'd probably be better if I did. I don't add any xantham gum at all to the pancakes. The egg holds them together. Seems as if I did put some in the waffles. Now, I fix these for grandchildren, and the kids aren't gourmets, but they surely can polish off a lot of them. I'd say it's worth a try, and it will be a lot less expensive.

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Does anyone have a good waffle recipe?

Thanx Tracy

We love the Pamelas pancake and baking mix. We buy it in a 4 lb bag and we use it for everything, including pancakse and waffles. I serve the waffles to our family and friends who do not have to eat gluten free, and they like these gluten-free waffles better than their own. Try it out! I hope you like them as much as we do :)

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Spiced Applesauce Waffles (adapted from Carol Fenster's recipe)

1/2 c water

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FYI-- recipes are not copyright-able, so it's rude to post and not properly credit but not even remotely illegal.

I make some good pumpkin waffles using a standard recipe with gluten-free flour and flax, but my recent attempt at cheese waffles was not a particular success.

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I'm with jhmom - I usually buy the Vans blueberry. (Hey, I'm bachelor. Cooking is not my forte!) Good stuff!

"We can stay up late, swapping manly stories, and in the morning, I'm making waffles!" - Donkey from Shrek - couldn't resist. :D

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This a really old thread (started in 2004) but it is making me want waffles now. Too bad I have not yet repalced my waffle maker. Van's waffles made me sick. I'm not sure why. I didn't really like them enough to try them again anyway. Maybe I can convince my hubby to buy me a new waffle maker--I'm afraid the old one would never be de-glutened enough to make it safe. :(

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GlutenFreeManna,

I don't know if you have a Wal-Mart anywhere close, but we were able to get a GE waffle maker for around $20. We have had it for over a year and it works perfectly for us.

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GlutenFreeManna,

I don't know if you have a Wal-Mart anywhere close, but we were able to get a GE waffle maker for around $20. We have had it for over a year and it works perfectly for us.

Thanks for the tip. I know they can be gotten cheap. I had one before going gluten free (it's still in my storage somewhere, need to sell it or give it away). For my next one I really want a square belgian waffle-maker with removable grids. The one I had was always a little hard to clean since I couldn't remove the grid and couldn't dunk it in water. And I want the square shape so I can make up a big batch of waffles, freeze them and then put in the toaster to reheat when I want waffles. I know, I'm very particular about my small kitchen appliances. ;) Anyway I'm going to have to wait as I have other kitchen appliances I want to replace first and a limited income. :P

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