1. Thanks for your feedback – I will pass this along and we’ll double check the measurements! I highly recommend this recipe. Same as above…..would this recipe work as a pancake?? These vegan waffles are delicious, and made without sugar. I sub out the whole amount, flour and oats for a total of 2 1/4 cups or 315 grams. I don’t think so! Thanks so much! I rarely make waffles, and so I don’t have special appliances at home. Could I substitute potato starch with potato flour or would the texture be different? Hope that helps! Another winner xx, Thanks so much for the lovely review, Ilona. Thanks for the awesome recipe! We put it in the waffle iron twice and both times it resembled nothing close to a waffle. I bought the same waffle iron as yours and the resulting waffles were amazing!! Hope you try these, Molly. Close the lid and wait 2-3 minutes (also depending on your waffle iron). I have one of those little dash waffle irons, so that could be it. Lovely recipe, but I have a serious problem. The whole family loved them. Enjoy! I like the recipe idea though. EDITS: Favourite breakfast by far. What did you use for Gluten – Free Flour? I always ate them with some strawberry or peach jam on top. I added more vinegar and it still did not. Thank you, Dana! Chocolate Cookies I did add a tablespoon of flax seed meal which could have added to thickness. Easy, Zero Waste, Vegan Waffles . Froze some like that too as my 7 year old will eat it like a dessert. Hi there! I have to agree with many of the comments. These look so good! i just made another batch for tomorrow. So we ended up eating it in little pieces. i did as you said – putting dry ingredients in mason jars – so in the morning i just put the few liquids and dumped the dry into the bowl. HIGHLY RECOMMEND: I added another cup of almond milk (2.25 cups) and the they came out much fluffier and a lot less pasty. Didn’t grease the iron as recommended because I’ve never done that before with this iron and didn’t have a problem with it sticking. The pancakes turned out okay so I’m glad I managed to salvage something from this. My family loved them! Because the rice does not absorb as much as the oats, it’s a little bit wetter batter so cook on highest/ longest setting on waffle iron. Hello – I cannot eat oats nor gluten free oats. Tasted great but not easy to eat with a fork and knife plus not worth saving the leftovers because they got even tougher once they cooled. Steph. Made these in my mini waffle maker and they are delicious — it’s wonderful to be able to eat waffles without worrying about the gluten. They kind of come out like funnel cakes(which is still awesome!). Consistently tasty and better yet, they don’t stick to the waffle iron! Waffles. I think you really need to use the blend I recommend, otherwise it probably won’t work well. Do you miss eating waffles in lock down as much as I do? These were amazing!!! THANK YOU ? My boyfriend (who is a meat eater) says 5 stars!!! It’s super helpful for us and other readers. NOTE: 8/7/19 – Recipe instructions updated for improved recipe texture, less sticking, and waffle iron recommendations. Cook longer for crispier waffles, and less for softer waffles. Thank you! Hi, Thanks for posting this recipe. You can also subscribe without commenting. Feeding my vegetarian toddler who is allergic to egg, dairy, and has celiac disease can be challenging. Just had one question- I don’t have a waffle maker, but I have a silicon waffle mould. Amazing. i wonder if i can use all purpose flour instead of gluten free blend? I also added a tablespoon of ground flax, to help hold it all together. We are so glad you enjoyed this recipe! Otherwise, you can cook on a medium temperature for longer vs. a higher temperature for shorter time. With cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, cloves, and all the typical chai spices! Next time, would you mind leaving a rating with your review? Incidentally, the banana doesn’t only ensure a delicious sweet taste but also a juicier consistency. I like using cast iron covered irons and greasing generously. 7 ingredient vegan gluten free waffles that require less than 30 minutes! Since finding this recipe (a couple weeks ago while looking for a Christmas Eve brunch option) we have made these probably 17 times. 30 minutes, 7 ingredients, and totally customizable. I will goof around with oil quantities the next time or maybe use egg since my dietary constraint is gluten. Maple syrup or agave nectar (or raw honey if not vegan) acts as a natural sweetener, while GF oats add a touch more fiber and texture. Let me know if you try recreating this recipe and if you want more food posts, just let me know! Heat your nonstick waffle iron and cook according to manufacturer's directions, approx 5-7 minutes for each batch. You may need to spray the plates of your iron with cooking spray to prevent sticking. You will need: Ingredients. My coconut oil solidified I suppose because my maple syrup had been refrigerated. Hi Melissa! One question, your recipes are already easy to follow but any chance you can give the ingrediences in metrics too please? Wow – stunning waffles. So vegan Belgian waffles achieve such consistency using a combination of chia egg, vegan buttermilk and baking powder. Just wanted to say that these are great! Oh no! homemade eggless waffles without waffle maker waffles without waffle iron. I’ll make these again and freeze them. Perfect for a Sunday brunch or any time you’re craving the tang of a yeast waffle! Just perfect, and easy to freeze and reheat in the toaster for a quick breakfast. That being said, we have made several of your other recipes and love them! They go great with sliced bananas on the top :). Sorry to hear that was your experience, Diana. All had good results. Is the calorie count of 301 per square? I used coconut oil & local raw honey & unsweetened coconut milk!! Is this flour mix comparable to the Cup4Cup flour mix? First of all, I love your recipes and have been making lots of the ‘non-baking’ ones. Serve with whipped coconut cream, maple syrup and sliced banana. I would suggest sticking to the original recipe because adding more milk made the insides a bit more gooey. These waffles are one of our faves around here for weekend brunch. I forgot to add that I did also add the cinnamon, and vanilla extract. I like them…but can’t really make them for other people/guests. Just took our new waffle iron for a spin with this recipe… We opted for the apple cider vinegar, coconut oil, & agave options and rolled with the flax & vanilla add-ins. I won’t make these again…. Please make a grams recipe for this. BUT, like others have pointed out, the batter is far too thick. If you do give them a try, be sure to take a picture and tag it #minimalistbaker on Instagram! I did put just a tad more milk in after reading some of the comments, but I really don’t think it was necessary. And vanilla. From the crunchy pieces I was able to pick off the iron, I could tell that the waffles would have been amazing–I wonder if using the coconut oil had something to do with the batter not working in the iron? i won’t have to buy store bought frozen waffles anymore. Didn’t work well with whole wheat flour. Did u use a Belgium waffle iron cause mine is the original skinny waffle iron…..disappointed and Leary to try again since g/f Ingre are so expensive. These are the bomb, thanks. You could sub a little more GF flour. I used the homemade flour blend which I’ve had great success with! Topped them with strawberries and blueberries. Okay this went terribly wrong. I did make a little adjustment. But fantastic. I added about an extra cup. I missed the waffles so much that I started using this recipe to make pancakes (I added a bit more almond milk (about 1 1/2 cups or a bit more) and 1 tbsp of apple cider vinegar). This is my go-to recipe for waffles. Hi, All the rest–stuck like crazy, no matter how much oil I used. I’m wondering if it’s because I used maple syrup. Is this something you make all the time? The traditional Belgian waffle recipe is not typically vegan. Turned out great :) Hi Becky! Did you happen to make any substitutions or changes to the recipe? Thanks for the great recipes. Refer to your waffle iron instructions to find out how much batter to use per waffle - I used 1/3 cup per waffle. Yay! If I were to make these in the oven, what time and temperature settings should I use? Any tips? I don’t have a waffle iron and yet have managed to make these thanks to this lovely. I make regular (gluten laden) waffles for my wife and daughter in the same waffle maker and they come out easily. white bean flour corn starch tapioca flour brown rice flour.. sorry no pics they were so good i ate them before i could get to a tablet ..thanks. My son is allergic to eggs and I can’t wait to try this recipe! My daughter requested to try and proclaimed I make the best waffles! Tasted stunning as well, plus it is so satisfying and filling. Perhaps you could check the ingredients because although the mixture is tasty they don’t make a genuine waffle. Don't overmix. I can’t have Oats, what could I use instead?? Feel free to tag #minimalistbaker on instagram to share the picture. I doubled the oil & almond milk and omitted the sweetener. Thanks so much for the lovely review! My pickiest eater asked while making them, “What smells so good? :) I usually make a full batch, which is about 4-5 waffles… Didn’t even have almond milk, so I made my own one hour prior. A little dense but delicious just the same. My first thought, these taste like fair fried dough! I really like strawberries, blueberries, banana coins and maple syrup. LOVE THIS RECIPE! I’m happy to find this gluten free recipe and rolled oats are a great idea- I’m always in for the extra fiber. I have to say that this turned out absolutely amazing! Firstly, pour the apple cider vinegar into the soya milk, give it a stir and then leave to sour for about 5 mins. Whisk together the dry ingredients in a large bowl. I haven’t tried any of your recipes that haven’t been good and I’m really excited to make this! Batter still quite thick but I spread it on thinly to waffle iron and the waffles were delicious. I used the Arrowhead Mills gluten free baking mix and it had a great flavor. Be patient and wait for the light on the waffle iron to go out or you could tear your waffles apart when you open the iron. Topped it off with fresh mixed berries and a tbsp of maple syrup. Close the lid and wait 2-3 minutes (also depending on your waffle iron). I thought there was too much flour. According to your waffle iron instructions, pour the right amount of batter onto the hot waffle iron plate (Image 3). When each set is done, remove carefully from waffle iron with a heat safe spatula and place on a plate until ready to use. I used nut flour so that must have been 1 of my mistakes. Definitely will make these again. Either way they’re currently cooking and smell delicious! That is usually our first tip. Thanks so much for the lovely review! Same thing happened with me. The baking soda was the only taste I could detect, resulting in having to drown the waffle in maple syrup. I am so glad this was such a hit!! Let us know how it goes! Added vanilla and a sprinkle of cinnamon. I did make a couple minor changes. I absolutely love the flavor and texture of these waffles but they stick like crazy to my waffle iron (older Villaware from William Sonoma) every time! I would defiantly recommend following the recipe EXACTLY how it is, especially for the flour and oil. These vegan waffles are delicious, and made without sugar. Add cinnamon and baked apples. I made these this morning for my vegan son (24) and my non -vegan husband. We haven’t tried it but that should work! Yields about 7 on my waffle maker. I even baked it for way more than directed and it was still very wet and gummy inside. Did you swap any of the ingredients? You can, but you need to use far less because it’s more absorbent. Cinnamon apple? Cinnamon. We wonder if maybe the batter needed more moisture? Thank you for a great recipe! THIS recipe is perfection. Went ahead with recipe anyway. Also the waffles were very light and fluffy so we could eat more than the usual amount. Waffles made without eggs might need a little longer in the waffle iron than their egg containing counterparts, particularly if you prefer a crispy outside. So you'll need to make sure your waffle iron is well greased to avoid any problems with stickiness. This was my first gf recipe since giving up wheat about 2 weeks ago. They look great, but are totally chewy. We used about 1/2 cup of batter per waffle to yield 6 waffles. I didnt use gluten free flour, i popped a bunch of extra raisins cinnamon and vanilla in there, fresh bananas on top. I just made this recipe this morning and only altered unbleached Arrowmills all purpose flour fo the GF blend used in the original recipe. My son just made them and they stuck to the waffle iron so much that I couldn’t open the waffle iron without splitting the waffles in 1/2 and then I couldn’t get either 1/2 off. I added in chopped banana flax seed vanilla and some peanut butter in the mixture and they turned out nice and crispy and didnt stick at all. Hi there my daughter can’t have oats has anyone tried something to replace it ? As you say – these freeze perfectly (the mixture that is) defrost and give a good stir and then add a little more soy milk if needed to wet it down. Thank you so much! Any advice is greatly appreciated. Finally, I added 1/2 t. baking soda and 2 overflowing teaspoons of vanilla. I haven’t tried it any other way. I used a mix of Teff and Millet flour since we’re not gluten free (maybe an odd combo!). these are fabulous! Believe me, I have made plenty of cooking mistakes in my past. If too thick, thin with a bit of almond milk. Thanks!! What could i use as an oat subsitute? They were an absolute winner! I ended up making pancakes from the batter, after another failed attempt in the waffle iron, and the kids ate them happily. Then add olive oil, agave nectar or maple syrup and whisk. do you know another way to make these waffles? It’s quick, easy and soooooo satisfying. My son has allergies and my wife is coeliac – so when we got a waffle iron I was looking for a suitable recipe. I wanted to know whether I could substitute the gluten free flour for a all purpose flour. Or any ideas on why the batter is so thick? Hi. Thank you for another great recipe! Without a waffle iron, it's nearly impossible to make traditional waffles at home. I used coconut flour and had to add a lot more almond milk; maybe the coconut flour is too absorbent? These tasted so good! To help combat the stiffness of the Belgian waffle, in addition to the extra almond milk I realized that I could put 85% of the maple syrup on top instead of in the batter and that worked great! Otherwise, you can heat them up in a 400 degree oven until golden brown and warmed through for a similar effect. Heat up a waffle iron and add 1 dl of the batter (more or less depending on your waffle iron). Can I make the batter tomorrow afternoon and keep it overnight in the fridge ? :-). I use Namaste brand that Costco carries. I didn’t have almond milk and so I used water but made no other changes. Thank you! It was perfect and easy! Just to confirm- it’s not the version with bean flours included? Do you miss eating waffles in lock down as much as I do? The batter just sticks into my waffle iron and it didn’t make a complete waffle. I have a toastmaster waffle iron. Otherwise, did you sub any ingredients out, or use something other than recommended? was more dough like. Made with no added sugar cashew milk, Bob’s gluten free all purpose flour, and grapeseed oil. But the taste was better than any other gluten-free waffles I ever tried (thank God!). I love a good savory waffle! I will admit that after hours of research in the comments, I made sure I lowered my dosage of specific items. I’ve never made a MB recipe that didn’t turn out perfectly, so I was rather surprised to read all the comments of waffles gone wrong. Shut the lid and be patient. Let us know how it goes! Is there anything you can recommend to swap out? You can also, Orange Cranberry Crisp (Gluten-Free & Easy! In this blog you will find many articles related to this kind of lifestyle and I hope that they will inspire you too. Delicious and simple! Really very delicious, approved by my daughters and my wife!. I am so pleased! Top Navigation. Hi Kristin! Make these for breakfast, lunch, dinner, even dessert. Gave up on waffling after the second one & instead made the rest into pancakes after adding a bit more plant based milk. Will definitely make again. I added 1 c chopped walnuts and 1 c frozen wild blueberries. Good luck! Oh, I doubled the recipe as we have some hungry hungry hippos here, the standard recipe would need an extra 1/2 cup almond milk. Yooo! Had to add a minute or so to cooking time on account of frozen blueberries, but the end result is fantastic. Thanks for sharing! I love your blog! The recipe didn’t work. Oh no! so good. However, I feel that the recipe should include the option to add more almond milk if the batter is too thick. They were delicious. Can you substitute coconut milk for the almond milk for a nut-free alternative? (make a slurry with cornstarch if it’s taking too long to come together). Shucks! I’ve also used 2 different homemade gf blends. Didn’t have potato starch and white rice flour so I replaced with extra brown rice flour and chickpea flour. Winner. In a jug, place your soy milk and white vinegar and let it curdle whilst you prepare the dry ingredients. I liked the texture and taste but cooking them was a nightmare. I had enough batter to make 6 waffles so I’ll be keeping the extras in the freezer when I’m in a rush! ooooo and i added chia seeds of that extra boost of protein!! The texture wouldn’t be too terribly affected, but they wouldn’t really taste like anything, so be sure to compensate with something else, either fruit or an extract of some kind. The next experiment is your recipe :)). This is defiantly my favourite blog of all time! The second is to learn how to make waffles without using a waffle iron! It’s worth a try though! I used a blend of coconut flour and rice flour along with the ground oats. 10 Minutes Prep; Hot Waffle Iron; 8 Waffles 2 & 1/4 Cups of Flour Perhaps you could try a blend of rice flours (white and brown) and potato flour/starch? Added the tsp of vanilla essence and served with maple syrup and chopped banana. Thank you. These stick more than my usual waffles. Hi Ann, the EXACT same thing happened to me. It worked fine. Maybe I was only supposed to use the hardened part because I did put in the whole can…. I wouldn’t recommend freezing the batter! There are no settings, just on or off. Give it a try. It’s not remotely pourable. Thank you for an incredible recipe!!!!!!!! Made for the perfect brunch! If I where to only use brown rice flour and oat flour, do I use half and half? When the waffles are cooking, don’t open the waffle maker until they are ready! Neither will be great, but both can work. I have tried these twice to see if I made a mistake. At least you won’t have to leave the house every time you have cravings and spend money at a restaurant to enjoy some fresh warm waffles. DELICIOUS! I’m looking forward to trying out some other recipes of yours. When your waffle iron is hot enough, pour out enough batter (usually around 1/3 cup per waffle) to cover the waffle iron on each side. This is definitely my go to waffle recipe now! Thanks! I would recommend the chestnut flour, adds a lovely sweetness. It’s super helpful for us and other readers. We are so glad you enjoyed them, Rosie! Unfortunately I can’t have any oats (not even the gluten-free oats) :( I added more almond milk and still was a big fail. :). Whisk together all ingredients in a bowl. Very new to the whole gluten free scene:0 lot of info. Serve with Korean fried chicken style cauliflower and broccoli in spicy-sweet sticky sticky sauce and yum! Need help? Thanks for sharing, KJ. Everyone we make it for loves it and steals my recipe sheet. I had the same issue many have had: The batter was such a thick sticky glob, and wouldnt cook right. So I found this one and I usually love your recipes, so I had plenty of faith in this one. I like to split my frozen waffles in half and pop them in the toaster. My family is used to vegan waffles/pancakes (allergies to dairy and egg), and they don’t usually like GF recipes, but they love these waffles. If I am making this substitution would I still add the vinegar to the coconut milk, or is that combination specific to the almond milk? But they come out a bit hard. 1. This is a very good recipe and it it customizable as mentioned. I’m wondering if the sugar crystallizes and forms a meringue-like coat on the outside of the waffle that sticks to the waffle iron. -Blended the dry ingredients first to break down the oats, then blended the batter again after adding the wet ingredients to break down the chia egg. It’s like, 3 minutes or so, you can do it. These waffles are amazing. Do you think I could sub in quinoa flakes for the oats? I’m very happy I found your blog. Hi there – making these today, thanks for the recipe! Our only other suggestion would be to try adding more oil to the batter? Our FREE 49-Page Fan Favorites e-Book has 20 recipes we think you’ll LOVE! Perhaps you could try a blend of rice flours (white and brown) and potato flour/starch? Perfect crisp on the outside and soft in the middle with just the perfect amount of sweetness. This recipe turned out horrible for me. I used homemade oat milk and sunflower oil instead of almond milk and olive oil. I used Bob Mills Baking flour.. anyway, will try again with more liquid next time.. Happy cooking! Do you know how can I make just 1 serving? Next time, would you mind leaving a rating with your review? Bake in the oven for 20-25min until golden and then serve. It was hard to know exactly what stoppable not gloopy looks like. even tried cooking them in strips in the oven and eventually just threw them out. Hello! Any tips for making this recipe a little bit more fluffy? thank you for the simple and delicious recipe:). If so, should I omit the baking powder since it is in the pancake mix? 1 tsp white vinegar. This is because they have less fat than waffles made with butter and dairy milk, and this particular vegan waffle recipe, which has no oil, butter or margarine at all, has even less fat than most recipes. Please answer I want to make these tomorrow morning haha! For the chocolate sauce used in this picture, you only have to mix together in a saucepan: 3 Tbsp coconut oil, 3 Tbsp cacao powder, 4 Tbsp maple syrup, a pinch of salt and a pinch of vanilla powder. Is there a function in the baking process that requires them? Followed this recipe to a T, and it was like glue. Thanks for the recipe! Have fun with the toppings. We first tried coating the waffle iron with ghee and then I tried again with olive oil and neither worked. These delicious waffles are our Sunday ritual! I also doubled it thinking if this only made 6 My batter was on the runny side, but it worked great. Just know that 140 grams of any flour is 1 cup. I had some batter leftover, so I used it to make pancakes and they turned amazing as well. These were spot on! I have used my waffle iron with no problems previously but when the light said it was ready it wasn’t and then all but one of them totally stuck to the iron. I added some cold water to the batter after trying out one waffle, because i want my waffles a bit thinner and crispier. I followed this recipe exactly, but they never held together in the waffle iron and were a big mess. Would you mind sharing the type of waffle iron you used? My daughter is having a birthday sleepover tomorrow night (it’s a holiday in Berlin). Hmm! We made them in our Belgian waffle maker. The kiddos devoured!!!! They are so easy to make, and taste great! Remove the waffles from the iron when finished, and re-oil the iron between batches. Easy Vegan Waffles! Hi Aaron, it does help with binding, so perhaps give it a try! All my waffles where crispy and fluffy where they needed to be! Thanks so much for sharing, Julie. Cooked these for about 4-5 minutes on my waffle iron. Incidentally, the banana doesn’t only ensure a delicious sweet taste but also a juicier consistency. I made mine with all organic ingredients, and included all of the optional ingredients as well. I used all purpose flour? Mix it up; the vegan waffle batter will be slightly lumpy but that's fine! Thank you for sharing, Dana! The pictures, amazing. Thanks for the lovely recipe, I tried it and waffles turned up very nice. My husband is in heaven…..I used flax seed meal, vanilla, coconut oil and maple syrup as you suggested. My entire family loved them without realizing that they were vegan and gluten-free. These waffles are quick and easy to make and you need only a few ingredients. Cooking them is always fun! Thanks so much for the lovely review! Thanks! Let me know if you give that a try! And came Right out the waffle maker with no trouble. Hi! In the past ive added pumpkin puree to make it a little pumpkiny plus spices, chocolate chips, fruit, and even cocoa powder to make chocolate waffles! :), Just made these this morning and they were deeeeeeliiiccccious!!! When your waffle iron is hot, use a pastry brush or spray oil to coat the hot irons to prevent the batter from sticking. I’m using Pamela’s GF flour blend. For reference, I subbed all purpose flour (1 ¼ c) for the gf blend, and I used maple syrup as my sweetener. I made these (half mix) using oat milk, flaxseed, agave syrup (although would have been amazing with maple but didn’t have any) and plain flour instead of GF flour.