Monday, June 29, 2015

Coconut Flour Waffles

Don't you just love a good breakfast? There's something to be said about starting your day off with a delicious, hearty breakfast, and for me, nothing is more delicious, and more healthy, than a delicious waffle.

Unfortunately, when it comes to those of use affected by celiac or gluten intolerance, the childhood dreams of fresh, crisp waffles are soon shattered by reality. Why must this be? Why can't there be a delicious, healthy alternative?

I'm here to tell you there is! That's right, whether you suffer from gluten intolerance, or are just looking for a more healthy solution, we've got the answer for your. Thanks to our Organic Coconut Flour, we've come up with the perfect, gluten-free waffle recipe that is both super tasty and very healthy for you as well. Oh, and it's a cinch to make! Morning never looked so good. Grab an apron, it's time for Coconut Flour Waffles!

1/2 cup Honeyville Organic Coconut Flour
1 tsp Baking Soda
1/2 tsp Salt
1 cup Milk (You could also use Almond Milk)
2 tsp Raw Honey
4 Egg Whites
2 tsp Vanilla

First, prepare your batter.


In a medium bowl, combine flour, baking soda, and salt, and whisk together.


Next, add milk, honey, egg whites, and vanilla. Whisk together until a thick batter forms.

In your pre-heated waffle iron, pour about a third to a half a cup of batter evenly across the surface. Bake until cooked through.


This dish is everything you've grown to love about waffles without all the gluten! The sweet taste of honey, vanilla, and, of course, coconut, give this waffle flavor, texture, and aroma! Don't worry about the coconut flavor overpowering this dish. It's subtle hints are just enough to add the perfect amount of sweetness without turning this waffle into a tropical dish. Bake these up for the perfect breakfast meal!


It's waffle time, and with this perfect, healthy recipe, you're sure to be making more very, very soon!


Nick Robinson said...

Why don't your recipes ever use all Honeyville powdered products? I typically see 1 or 2 Honeyville products along with real butter, eggs, milk, etc. Can you successfully produce a baked-good with replacing all dairy with your powdered dairy products?

If so, do you have any tips or recipes that you suggest?


In The Kitchen With Honeyville said...

Great question Nick! When it comes to our products, you can typically substitute any of our powdered dairy products directly in the recipes, especially the eggs. Some recipes we don't list all our powdered dairy products because some followers would rather know how many actual eggs or milk you would use in the recipe. But our powdered egg whites would work perfect in this recipe!

Thanks for the question!