Blender Waffles

I don’t make my waffles any other way these days.  Whipping up the batter makes for a quick and fluffy  gluten free waffle.  This has been my go-to recipe for the past few months… sometimes I add some cinnamon and extra vanilla.

This recipe makes alot, which is great. I love leftover waffles.  I store them in a ziplock in the freezer.  The kids can just take them out during the week and pop into the toaster for breakfast. Easy Peasy!

Blender Waffles

  • 1/2 cup butter or coconut oil
  • 8 eggs
  • 1 cup coconut milk (up to 1 1/4 cups)
  • 1 1/2 cups almond flour, packed
  • 1/4 cup coconut flour, packed
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon (optional)
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  1. Turn on waffle iron, grease with coconut oil or cooking spray.
  2. Place all ingredients in blender.  Blend until smooth.
  3. Check consistency, it should be thick but pour-able.  Add more coconut milk until it reaches the right consistency. (At most 1/4 cup more)
  4. Pour batter into heated waffle iron.
  5. Serve warm with Coconut Caramel Sauce or Quick Blueberry Sauce!

Yields 18-20 regular size waffles (not Belgium)

We are adjusting to farm life over here, we now have 35 chickens and 6 goats.  The kids are just having a blast with the animals, I can barely drag them inside to do homework or eat dinner!

If you are interested in seeing more of my family farm pics and day to day food photos, be sure to follow me on Instagram @glutenfreefix.

I’ve got a lot more recipes lined up to post, now that the kids are back in school, I’ll be dedicating a little bit more time to the blog!

Many blessings


16 thoughts on “Blender Waffles”

  • Michelle, good to see you back and to see your great recipes. Can you tell me what kind of waffle iron you use? I am in need of a new one.

    • Hi Julie,
      I use the Black and Decker 3 in 1 Waffle/Griddle Combo found –> here <– on Amazon. Decent price and works great, had it for years :)

      • Thanks Michelle, I just made these this morning for our breakfasts throughout the week and I snuck a taste and they are delish!! Good recipe :)

  • This does look wonderful! My husband loves waffles. I too would like to know what kind of waffle iron you use – we don’t have one yet.

  • These look delicious, Michelle! We are two weeks into the SCD for my hubby and I am so happy to say he is feeling SO much better already after having suffered for years with UC! We will be using your blog even more than we already had in the past just being GF! Thanks so much!

  • Just made a half batch of these for breakfast – they seemed a little runny rather than thick so I added a few spoons of banana flour (though I think letting the batter sit for a bit would have thickened it up too, giving the coconut flour time to do its thing). They tasted (and looked) great – inhaled a couple with a sliced banana and maple syrup. Worked brilliantly in a simple hand held waffle iron on the gas stove. Great recipe – thanks!

  • I am very happy to see you and your family. Thank you! I made these waffles this morning. They turned out perfect. I made the extra as you had mentioned. Effortless. My new favorite.
    Catherine Torgerson

  • Same question as Erin about whether you melt the butter/coconut oil? Also, do you use refrigerated unsweetened coconut milk (like So Delicious) or the canned milk? Thanks!

    • Hi Lisa,
      I do not melt the butter or oil, the blender does a great job incorporating it into the batter. Also, I use light trader joes canned coconut milk. Let me know how they turn out for you :)

  • These are delicious! I love that they are made from almond and coconut flour instead of rice. I don’t feel like I’m eating GF! Thanks!

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