This next recipe is got to be the most delicious way to eat your oatmeal.
I have a hard time eating just Oatmeal in the morning. I know it's nutritious and I usually do turn to it if I need something quick and easy to prepare. But what if I told you you could have the wonderful ingredients of oatmeal plus more nutrients in a waffle form? It's true. Introducing Oat Flour Waffles. They're delicious and easy. I simply throw all of the ingredients in my blender and then cook them up! They have a light flavor and a bendable quality so they work great as a sandwich bread as well.
Do oats burn through you quickly? Don't worry. These Oat Waffles pack extra protein with the eggs and extra fiber with the coconut flour. Actually...did you know that coconut flour is actually low in digestible carbohydrates? That means that it will burn slowly in your body giving you a longer lasting breakfast.
I think you're going to love them! We sure do. ;)
Gluten Free Oat Flour Waffles
(Gluten Free, Dairy Free)
Adapted by jalene from a recipe familyfreshcooking.com
Yields about 4 waffles
Our Favorite Waffle Maker:
I was a Belgium Waffle fan for YEARS. But when we made our big move, our waffle maker got the boot. The poor thing had seen a lot of miles...and it showed. It had worked for over 15 years!
When we arrived at our new place my mom suggested this waffle iron by Black & Decker. (She's had her's for over 25 years!) It's a flatter-style waffle compared to the Belgium but the waffle squares fit perfectly in the toaster and in sandwich bags making it ideal for freezing and reheating. We even use our waffles as quick sandwich bread!
So whether you're a belgium fan or you've made the switch like me, here are the two waffle iron brands we LOVE and TRUST to last a long time.
(My mom's has lasted over 25 years!)
(My waffle iron lasted over 15 years!)