Let me start out by saying that Brinner, breakfast for dinner, is a weekly meal in my household. I do enjoy a good veggie omelet, frittata, and even sunny side up eggs. But, I sometimes like to jazz up my brinner plates with delicious breakfast additions, such as waffles.
I have been using a clean + simple waffle recipe of my own for some time now. They are healthy and delicious, but a little on the dense side. I have been searching for a clean waffle recipe that keeps the waffles light and crispy. And now I have finally found an amazing gluten free waffle recipe, thanks to Cookie and Kate!
Make these amazing waffles to really wow your friends and family. Guilt-free waffles do exist!
Oat Waffles courtesy of CookieandKate.com
(makes about 3-4 Belgium waffles)
*MAKE YOUR OWN OAT FLOUR: Simply blend old-fashioned or quick-cooking oats in a food processor or blender until they are ground into a fine flour. You'll need to blend roughly 1½ cups oats to make 1½ cups flour. Once you've blended the flour, measure it using the spoon and swoop method to make sure you have the right amount.
Brinner is always a winner!
Always craving good food,