Waffles are one of those things that our family always has in the house. A pretty typical fast weekend breakfast includes popping these from the freezer into the toaster, covering with Irish butter, maple syrup, and berries and eating them with a side of bacon and fluffy scrambled eggs. I’ve also found that these waffles make an amazing savory sandwich bread replacement when toasted as well. Give it a try!
Otto’s Cassava flour has become one of my favorites because:
- It is an all-natural, amazing, grain-free replacement for wheat flour and can often be used as a 1:1 substitute in countless recipes
- No fillers. Only 100% Yuca (Cassava) and water are used to create this single-ingredient wonder.
- Does not have that familiar dry or “alternative flour” taste or texture that often comes with gluten-free flours.
- Baked goods made with Otto’s are often indistinguishable from their wheat-based counterparts in taste and texture.
- Use it in sweet recipes like cakes, cookies, brownies, pancakes, and crepes.
- Use it in savory recipes like tempura, sauces, gravy, and searing flour.
- Very highest quality cassava flour available, made using a proprietary method that leaves no chance for mold, fermentation, or cyanide.
Video: Amazing Grain-Free Toaster Waffles
- 2 cups Otto’s Cassava Flour
- 1 teaspoon Himalayan salt
- 4 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 tablespoon cinnamon
- 2 ripe bananas
- 2 organic eggs
- 1 tablespoon real vanilla extract
- 1/4 cup organic virgin unrefined coconut oil
- 2 13.5 ounce can full fat organic coconut milk (look for a BPA free can. Native Forest of Natural value are both good choices)
- Preheat waffle iron.
- Take your blender and literally toss ALL the ingredients in.
- Blend all for about 30sec-1min or until well mixed.
- Check batter; if it seems too thick still, add a splash more almond/coconut milk or water. You want it thick but still able to pour.
- Pour onto waffle iron. Depending on the integrity of your waffle iron, you may need to cook these twice to make sure the inside cooks through.
- Remove when crispy and golden brown on the outside. Top with desired ingredients.
- To freeze: Cut parchment paper or wax paper into squares and slide between cooled waffles. Then take the whole stack (about 10) and gently put into a freezer bag or tupperware and freeze.
- To reheat: Toast in the toaster, on a griddle with some butter or in a toaster oven.
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