Delicious blender waffles full of protien and fiber that you can have EVERYDAY? YUP. Naturally gluten free and dairy free with just oats, plant based milk and an egg! These are easily made vegan too by leaving out the egg.
I love waffles and waffle irons are so easy to use! And if you’re having a grumpy morning waffles are totally hassle free and the way to go. I love pancakes but waffles are definitely less trouble.
I like to make it even more hassle free and prepare the batter over night. Not only does next day batter taste better. The oats are more easily digested after soaking. Win win situation I think!
I love having these waffles as they are full of fiber. My mornings are barely complete without having some form of oats.
We all know oats keep you fuller for longer so having oats as a breakfast option is a no brainer.
Sometimes I find it a hassle to make porridge in the morning with the whole making and cooling down of it all. Thats were these waffles come in the picture! Super fast in a blender the preparation takes minutes, fast and filling breakfast for the whole family.
A waffle machine is the one piece of equipment I didn’t think I could be with out! Before I got married and had kids waffles were rarely made and eaten.
Now this machine is my pride and joy. I know most kitchen equipment are bulky and not necessary. You may be worried that you will end up using it very rarely and just take up space. But not a waffles maker. I use this baby daily.
PARENTS YOU NEED A WAFFLE MACHINE! Thank me later.
It is definitely something I think all people need in their kitchens! Extremely great value for money.
Make extra and put them in the freezer. You will thank me on a random day when your starving or your kids are dying for a snack for the 100th time. Realising you have a stash of waffles ready to toast is literally the best feeling!
These waffles don’t have to be a desert. They can be made in to a desert too. You can add melted chocolate drizzle, fruits and ice cream on top.
In the picture I used nut butter, flax and roughly grounded pumpkin seeds. But there are such a wide variety to toppings you can choose from. Here are a few of my favourites:
- Peanut butter and jam (SOO GOOD!)
- Simple butter and maple syrup
- Yogurt with granola on top
- Yogurt and fruit compote
- Fresh fruit
Hope you enjoy this recipe. Happy waffling and grab the recipe down below.
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.
- 1 cup oats any oat will do.
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon optional**
- 1 tablespoon coconut sugar or honey optional** I usually make these without any sweetener and they turn out nice and browned anyway.
- 1/2 cup milk (any)
- 1 eggs
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.