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These gluten & dairy-free waffles are rich in protein, high in fiber, and absolutely delicious! They are made with three gluten-free flours to help build a unique flavor and texture while being easy to make and freezable for future meals.
How To Freeze These Waffles To Save Time
Freezing is such a powerful way to reduce stress at mealtime, while ensuring that you have something to eat.
I utilize freezer meals when I am not feeling my best, therefore, I rely on plenty of frozen ingredients too. This helps speed up the cooking process. For example, these waffles are ready within 5 minutes when using an air fryer or a toaster. As a result, this helps me to have a meal when I would have otherwise gone without if I was too tired.
If you plan to bulk prep this recipe you can double or triple this recipe when preparing to freeze them. When preparing these waffles to freeze it’s important to let them cool properly before adding them to your freezer. Prior to freezing, place each waffle on a baking cooling rack and allow them to cool. Next, place the waffles onto a silicone mat on top of a baking sheet and place it flat in your freezer. Once the waffles are individually frozen, add them to a sealed container. I’ve linked baking cooling racks below as well as silicone baking mats to freeze them properly.
Reheating Your Gluten & Dairy-Free Waffles
When you’re ready to reheat them, place the waffles into your air fryer or toaster for 5 minutes at 350. Due to the heavier moisture and fat content from the coconut milk, you’ll have reheated waffles that are crunchy on the outside, and perfectly soft on the inside. What I love about this recipe is that when reheated, they are similar to funnel cake! How delicious!
Gluten & Dairy-free Waffles
- 1 cup gluten-free flour blend I’ve linked my favorite
- 1/3 cup buckwheat flour I’ve linked my favorite
- 1/3 cup almond flour I’ve linked my favorite
- 1 tsp gluten-free baking powder
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 3 tbsp maple syrup (you can use coconut sugar if you dont have maple)
- 2 cups canned full fat coconut milk
- 1 egg
- 1 tbsp refined coconut oil I’ve linked my favorite
- 2 tbsp coconut sugar I've linked my favorite
- Add all of your dry ingredients to a bowl and combine.
- Next, add in your liquids and mix thoroughly until no clumps are noticable.
- Get your waffle maker ready by plugging it in. When the blue light has turned off and clicks your waffle maker is ready. (I've linked my maker above!)
- Using a 1/4 measuring cup, scoop the mixture into the waffle maker. Do not overfill the maker! If you do, try not to remove excess until it is done cooking. The mixture will likely cook even on the outside.
- Set a timer for 3 minutes and cook until a golden brown has been achieved.
- Using a waffle fork or silicone spatula, remove the waffles and place them on your cooling rack. Repeat the process until all waffles have cooked.
- Once the waffles have cooled enough, add them to a baking sheet with a sillicone mat or straight on the baking sheet and add to your freezer.
- Allow the waffles to freeze and place them in an airtight container for future use.
- If reheating, use your air fryer or toaster and toast at 350 degrees fahrenheit for 5 minutes.
- If enjoying immediately, top with natural maple syrup, powdered sugar, or your favorite toppings!
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