Delicious morning waffles that you can have EVERYDAY? YUP. These waffles are so easy to make in a blender, delicious and full of protein and easily made vegan by leaving out the egg!
I’m openly more of a pancake girl but these waffles are too easy and too delicious to not turn me in to a waffles girl. I swear how easy are waffles irons to use? Pancakes have a lot of finesse needed to get some good pancakes. Watching over, flipping, falling apart the first few times, possible burning of a few too. But with waffles, there is none of that. They are just so hassle free. Sometimes when you’re a busy mum of toddlers you need a waffle machine. Thank me later.
Top with your favourite fruit and drizzle with honey, I know it’s typically a maple thing with waffles and pancakes but hey I’m obsessed with honey, so I’m having me some honey.
Make extra and shove them in the freezer. You will thank me on a random Tuesday when your starving or your kids are dying for a snack for the 100th time and realise you have some tasty waffles sitting ready to be thrown in the toaster and eaten!
Simple Oat Waffles
Scrumptious waffles made in no time. Made from a few simple ingredients most already have in the kitchen! Gluten free. Hassle free.
- 2 cup oats any will do.
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 1 and a half cups milk (any)
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons oil I use olive oil any will work.
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract optional.
In a blender add all the ingredients together and blend! That's it. So easy right?
Make sure the waffle iron is hot and pour. Cook for around 5 mins (I wait until the steam stops) or until they look brown and ready. Enjoy with your favourite toppings!
This recipe should make enough waffles for 4 people.