Coconut Flour Waffles
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why you’ll love this recipe
- Coconut Flour Waffles are gluten free, grain free and nut free.
- The perfect weekend brunch recipe.
- Refined sugar and oil free!
- Made with only four simple ingredients.
- Dairy free, nut free and plant-based.
- These waffles are a great low carb option.
- A great way to use over-ripe bananas.
- Naturally sweetened.
- Check out these vegan waffles for another fun recipe to try!
ingredients and Substitutions
These are the main ingredients and substitutions for Coconut Flour Waffles. Be sure to scroll down to the recipe card at the bottom of this page for a full list of ingredients and instructions.
Coconut flour is a grain free flour that has a mild and subtly sweet taste.
Over-ripe bananas add a naturally sweet flavor to these waffles. I have not tested this recipe without bananas.
Eggs helps bind the ingredients together and helps these waffles rise and have a fluffy texture.
Vanilla extract adds flavor to this recipe.
Dairy free chocolate chips are optional but strongly encouraged!
how to make
ONE: Mix together mashed banana, eggs, and vanilla extract.
TWO: Add in the coconut flour and then fold in the dairy free chocolate chips.
THREE: Preheat your waffle iron and then generously coat it with non-stick spray, then add about 1/4 cup of the batter to each section of the waffle iron and cook to desired crispness.
FOUR: Serve warm with butter and maple syrup.
Tips and tricks
Preheat the waffle iron before coating with non stick spray.
Be sure to generously coat so that the waffles don’t stick.
How to serve and store
Serve these coconut flour waffles warm with butter, maple syrup and fresh fruit.
Store these waffles in an airtight container in the fridge or freezer. Warm them up in the toaster or air fryer.
Taste and Texture
These gluten free waffles are fluffy, soft and naturally sweet. Since there isn’t any added sweetener in the batter, these waffles are subtly sweet so I encourage you to enjoy them with maple syrup and fresh fruit.
The texture of these waffles are soft and fluffy, but crispy on the outside.
frequently asked questions
For this recipe yes.
Try fresh strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries or banana!
Yes. Store these waffles in a baggie with no air and warm them up in the toaster or in an air fryer.
other recipes you may like
- Easy fluffy vegan waffles
- Sweet potato waffles
- Carrot Cake Waffles
- Gnocchi waffles
- Gluten free cinnamon roll pancakes
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