Gluten Free Waffles

My son recently started playing soccer.  So, every Saturday morning I like to make a nice hearty breakfast before his games.  We’ve been doing alot of pancakes, omelets and oatmeal, and now waffles.  That’s why I like to use a blender to quickly whip this batter up.  It makes for a fluffy gluten and grain free treat.  These also freeze well, so I recommend making a double batch.

Gluten Free Waffles

  • 1/2 cup melted butter/oil
  • 6 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1/4 cup coconut flour, packed
  • 3/4 cup almond flour, packed
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • dash of sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
  1. Preheat waffle maker.
  2. Place all ingredients in a food processor or blender, except the vinegar.
  3. Blend on high for 1 minute.  Add vinegar and blend another 30 seconds.
  4. Follow instructions for your waffle maker using the batter.
  5. Serve waffles warm with some easy caramel and toasted pecans.

*This recipe yields 4 Belgium waffles

16 thoughts on “Gluten Free Waffles”

  • These waffles are GREAT, and a good freezer recipe.

    Yesterday morning I made apple butter, and then mixed equal parts of apple butter and marscarpone cheese. Then topped the waffles with this delicious concoction. YUM! My new breakfast favorite.

  • I just discovered your site and am loving the recipes that are grain free but low maintenance ingredient-wise. No gums, no sugar substitutes. These waffles are coming out of my waffle maker now and they are great! I will become a frequent visitor for sure.

    There are no allergies in our family but I am trying to reduce the wheat intake, so if I can find lovely creations like these that aren’t “poor cousins” to the typical recipes, I am a happy mama. Thank you!

    • Nicole,
      It’s great to have you here! Yes, I like to keep things simple :) Thanks for the sweet comment. Please come back.

  • Hi! So happy to have found this recipe – I’ve been looking for a gluten free waffle recipe that specifically uses almond and/or coconut flour! Just one question – the oil is nonspecific so I’m assuming coconut oil is ok to use?? Thanks for these awesome recipes – love your site!

    • I use coconut oil or melted butter if I’m out! Both work great. Good to have you here!

  • Made these for my son and he loved them! finally another breakfast food other than cereal that he will eat! thanks! oh and they freeze and reheat well!

  • I just discovered this website last week after someone shared a recipe on Facebook and I am absolutely obsessed with these recipes. I have only attempted a few, but all have been successful and delicious! I have been grain-free for about 2.5 years now and these recipes suit my lifestyle perfectly. I definitely plan on returning to try other food items :)

  • These are the best (and only) nut flour waffles I have made. I thought they would be good since your pancake recipe is the BEST! Thank you!!

  • We are waffle lovers and are newly trying to incorporate a new eating style. I was happy to find your grain-free recipe and tried it this morning. They were very good! I was afraid they would not fill us up since they are much lighter than our usual whole-grain waffles. However, both my husband and I were satisfied after we had eaten 1 1/2 of the very light, flavorful waffles with butter and pure maple syrup. Thanks so much for this recipe and for your website. In browsing, I have found lots of recipes that I want to try. Will try to let you know how we find them to be. Best wishes.

  • I made this recipe for the second time today (with the addition of some leftover sweet potato/turnip puree). They were YUMMY!!!

  • Wow! Just found your website and made these waffles. They were great! I am new to eating this way. Just curious… why the apple cider vinegar? I did not even taste it. What does it do in the recipe?

  • served these with homemade strawberry compote and they were delicious! i didn’t use a blender, just whisked the batter vigorously and the consistency was great. i cook for a 6 year old with a thyroid condition who is off of lactose and gluten and is p-i-c-k-y! She ate 2 of them and wanted more! Thank you so much for this :)

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