13 Oct Most Delicious Best Vegan Waffles
Do you want to make the Most Delicious Best Vegan Waffles
Would you believe, the last meal I ate in my 20’s was a Nutella and banana waffle from Rocco Mama’s, it, of course, contained eggs, so my mum never got to enjoy a piece herself.
One of my birthday presents was a waffle maker, the last waffle maker I had didn’t actually cook my waffles, 99% of the time the waffle would be brown on the edges and raw in the centre, so when I finally got a real waffle maker, I knew that I had to at least try making a proper waffle.
Seeing as my mum is a vegetarian, making a waffle that contains an egg is out of the option. I did some research and came across this Most Delicious Best Vegan Waffles, and on top of that an eggless waffle recipe that seemed simple enough to make and I was not overly sweet, so everyone could enjoy it.
1¼ cup of soy milk.
¼ cup cooking oil.
1 tsp apple cider vinegar.
¼ cup maple syrup.
½ cup rolled oats.
1¾ cup cake flour.
1½ tsp baking powder.
Pinch of salt.
1 tsp vanilla essence.
Whisk together soy milk and apple cider vinegar, set aside for 5 minutes to allow to curdle.
Add the oil, maple syrup and whisk together, set aside.
In another bowl, mix together the cake flour, rolled oats, baking powder and salt together.
Pour that wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and whisk till combined.
Add the vanilla essence and whisk again.
Allow standing for 10 minutes.
Pour your batter into your waffle iron and allow to cook.
Serve as you desire, I served mine with Nutella, chopped bananas, plain vanilla ice cream and I drizzled over maple syrup.
These vegan waffles are light and fluffy – you’ll never guess that they’re free of eggs and dairy!
A perfect weekend breakfast.
Some helpful tips for preparing the most delicious and best Vegan Waffles
Make sure your baking powder is fresh – that’s the secret to fluffy vegan waffles
Yes, please let the batter rest for a few minutes so it can rise
Needless to say, but I will still mention it: Use a good waffle iron – one that heats evenly and will not stick.
Be careful and gently remove the waffles from the iron. I am sure you do not want them to break and crumble into small pieces.
Prepared, tried and tested Bobby Swanson