fun  and  easy


Because with this recipe for waffles calls for using oat flour, it has a bit of a nutty taste to them. While I love them because they are a bit healthier for you, feel free to use a more traditional baking flour if you prefer. But I encourage you to give these a try. Serve with fresh fruit and pure maple syrup. You can also add in a tablespoon or two of nut butter, or even raw cacao to make them chocolate. These freeze well, too, so heat them up in the oven to enjoy another day.

so nutty!

  • 1 1/4 cups non dairy milk

  • 2 cups oats

  • 1 tbsp baking powder

  • 1/2 tsp baking soda

  • 1 tbsp ground flax

  • 2 tsp vanilla

  • 1 tbsp coconut oil melted

  • 1 tbsp cinnamon

  • 1/4 tbsp salt

got a hankering for waffles?

  1. In a small processor or blender, add in oats to blend into a flour. Add flour to a mixing bowl. Next, add in all of your dry ingredients and blend well. Be sure that everything is evenly mixed and well blended.

  2. Add in coconut oil, vanilla, and milk, and continue to mix. Set batter aside and let sit for one to two minutes for it to thicken.

  3. Heat up waffle maker and lightly coat with coconut oil. Be sure that maker is hot before adding batter.


A hot waffle iron is key in making good waffles. Be sure to put the right amount of batter, too. Too much batter will creep out, and too little will make for thin waffles. And don't lift too early, let them fully cook to a golden brown and they will come out just right. 

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