Mom always made waffles for me at the weekend, and now I make them myself and I still incredibly love this treat. If you love waffles, too, look for cool recipes to make them – there are recipes of all kinds, so you will find yours for sure. Let’s consider some of the tastiest waffles and ways to make them.
Buckwheat waffles with caramelized peaches are a stunning idea for any breakfast. Since buckwheat has a strong, nutty and fruity flavor, it pairs really well with anything sweet. It can really give that glutinous texture that is lacking in a lot of gluten-free foods. These waffles can be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator or freezer and reheated.
Lemon poppy seed waffles with lemon whipped cream and fresh blackberries make a wonderful breakfast or brunch. The waffles are soft, tender, and crispy on the outside. The burst of lemon with poppy seeds in every bite will wow you! The lemon poppy seed is combo is classic and so good in waffle form.
Gluten free chocolate waffles is a yummy chocolate and crispy breakfast that is out of this world! If you are gluten free and want waffles, these are really good ones! These will kick that chocolate waffle craving to the curb because they will surely hit the spot! Best of all, they are free of gluten, dairy and refined sugars!
Are you looking for a healthy treat for breakfast? These Belgian waffles may be just what you are looking for! As in the traditional recipe, these waffles do have quite some butter in them. Sugar-wise on the other hand, these contain only a little bit. With the yoghurt and fruit on top they do make quite a healthy breakfast and are absolutely super delicious, I promise!
These Red Bean Mochi Waffles are similar in taste and texture to taiyaki or bungeoppang. They’re the perfect snack for mornings on the go! If you feel lazy, just take these waffles out of the freezer and heat them up – you tasty breakfast is done!
Your new favorite delicious chocolate banana yogurt waffles. Try this easy recipe for your next weekend family breakfast! If you want to add a bit of nutty flavor, instead of cacao powder add 1 tbsp of your favorite chocolate nut spread. Or you can just top your waffles with Nutella for an extra chocolate boost.
These coconut flour waffles are waffle perfection – fluffy and soft yet slightly crispy on the outside. Made with coconut flour, these waffles are gluten-free, paleo and dairy-free. What makes these waffles so amazing? Well, apart from the fact that they are grain, gluten and dairy-free, they are also ridiculously fluffy.
This triple chocolate waffles recipe comes in perfect timing for Easter. No crosses, no eggs, just purely delightful chocolate. Not just one kind of chocolate either. These triple chocolate waffles have white, milk and dark chocolate chips incorporated in to the batter. Plus there is a nice dose of cocoa powder thrown in.
Chive cheddar waffles with lox and veggie cream cheese will find a place on your kitchen table sometime in the near future. Slather each waffle with cream cheese, dot with salmon, sprinkle with dill and chives, and dig in with a fork and knife.
Perfectly crisp, tender on the inside Vegan Whole Grain Flax Waffles; made with health promoting ingredients. Oil free. These Vegan Whole Grain Flax Waffles freeze beautifully, then just use a toaster to heat them.