There are plenty of delicious recipes that you can take with you so you have something delicious to take with you on the go. In this article, we’ll show you how to make gluten-free waffles.
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The tastiest recipes: The hand blender is your best friend
Never made waffles before?
You have to try this! By now, my hand blender is my best friend. In fact, I found out that it allows you to mix batter in no time without leaving a lump in it.
Leave the hand mixer in the cupboard
It’s best to just leave your hand mixer in the cupboard, because in addition to a hand mixer making batter nice and fast, the cup in which you mix it is also handy because it has a pouring spout attached to it.
This is ideal for waffles!
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Making your waffles in no time with these supplies
This is what you need to make gluten-free waffles:
- Hand blender
- Cup that goes with your hand blender
- Waffle iron
- 250 grams of gluten-free flour
- 1 dessert spoon of baking powder
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 450 milliliters semi-skimmed milk
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons with sunflower oil
With these quantities you will make around 10 waffles, super delicious with your breakfast, dessert or snack!
Gluten-free waffles preparation method
1: Put all the ingredients in a bowl or cup and mix until all the lumps are out.
2: There shouldn’t be a little bit left over to make sure you get really smooth batter!
3: Preheat the waffle iron well
4: Pour your batter into the waffle iron. Adding butter before cooking is not always necessary. If you have a Teflon coating then it is not necessary.
5: Put the batter in the waffle iron until it is completely covered, but do not pour too much batter your waffle iron. Because of the baking powder your waffle will still rise and if you use too much batter then everything will drip next to your iron. Close the waffle iron.
6: Bake the waffles in the waffle iron and wait until you can open the iron without the batter sticking to the iron. When the waffle is nicely browned you can take it out.
Gluten-free waffles storage tips
And tuck in! Serve them warm. You can also freeze some, then you can reheat them next time in the oven or in the toaster.
They are great during the holidays or just a party, breakfast or at dinner with them.
This little recipe gets you delicious waffles, fluffy, buttery, the way a waffle is supposed to taste.
Teaspoon of baking soda?
If you want them to be really tasty, it’s better not to mix baking powder with the dough. Some add a (teaspoon) of baking powder, but by making a mixture with baking powder you are using a chemical to make your waffles.
It can be a challenge to make your waffles right the first time, but practice makes perfect!
Fresh fruit, critter whipped cream …
Making gluten-free waffles? Then, of course, don’t eat your waffles all dry. There are plenty of tasty toppings you can use to make your waffles even more delicious.
- Powdered sugar
- Coconut oil
Tips for varying gluten-free waffles
There are a few more things you can add to your batter for variation in waffles without gluten.
- Almond flour / almond milk
- Tapioca flour
- Vanilla extract
- Spelt flour