Paleo Dairy-free Belgian Waffles (GF)
Paleo Dairy-free Belgian Waffles recipe. A fluffy cinnamon laced belgian waffle recipe that is naturally dairy-free, gluten-free, grain-free, and Paleo.
I have had Belgian waffles on the brain. There’s just something so satisfying about a freshly made fluffy waffle covered in maple syrup and berries.
Bonus points if it’s dairy-free and gluten-free. Which is the case for these Paleo Dairy-free Belgian Waffles.
Belgian waffles are the best way to start your day, and the perfect weekend breakfast!
I tend to get super bored super easily with breakfasts. I think that is because I am not the biggest savory breakfast person.
I’m way more of a belgian waffle or pancake fan.
Since I have to be dairy-free for a little while, I didn’t want to miss out on the goodness of belgian waffles, so I decided to make some that are gluten-free, dairy-free, and DELICIOUS.
Ingredients needed to make these Paleo Dairy-free Belgian Waffles
- tapioca flour
- almond flour
- coconut flour
- baking soda
- coconut sugar
- olive oil
- almond milk
- vanilla extract
How to make the waffle batter
To make these you’ll need 3 bowls.
In bowl 1, you mix the dry ingredients… the tapioca flour, almond flour, coconut flour, baking soda, coconut sugar, salt and cinnamon together.
In bowl 2, you beat the egg whites until stiff peaks form.
In bowl 3, you mix together the remaining wet ingredients… the egg yolks, olive oil, almond milk and vanilla extract together.
Then, you pour the egg mixture from bowl 3 into the dry mixture from bowl 1 and mix.
Lastly, you fold in the egg whites from bowl 2.
Cooking and serving these Paleo Dairy-free Belgian Waffles
I recommend following the instructions on your waffle maker manual. I’ve used a wide variety of waffle makers and they do all cook waffles a bit differently, so it’s tough to give one main set of instructions for this part.
I do find that for this recipe in particular, it is best to not cook them on too hot of a setting or they dry out while cooking.
I used the Cuisinart Double Belgian Waffle Maker and found that using the middle setting for heat worked great.
I also was able to make 5 full circular belgian waffles using my waffle maker, which is enough for 5-10 people, depending on how much waffle people want.
I personally would eat a full one myself, but if you are having a big breakfast with other breakfast foods, then a 1/2 waffle would be enough per person.
These waffles taste great with almond butter, berries, and maple syrup on top.
A dairy-free whipped cream would be delicious as well.
Hope you enjoy these as much as I do!
Other Paleo breakfast recipes you may like:
Paleo Dairy-free Belgian Waffles (GF)
- waffle maker
- Preheat your waffle maker, and spray with a non-stick cooking spray. I like to use an olive oil spray. Set aside.
- Add the tapioca flour, almond flour, coconut flour, baking soda, coconut sugar, salt, and cinnamon to a large bowl. Whisk together.
- In another bowl, beat the egg whites with a hand mixer for about 2 minutes, until stiff peaks form.
- In yet another bowl, mix together the egg yolks, olive oil, almond milk, and vanilla extract together until the mixture thickens a bit.
- Then, pour the egg yolk mixture into the bowl of dry ingredients and mix with a fork. Let the mixture sit for a minute or two to thicken. Then, fold in the egg whites.
- Pour the batter into your hot waffle iron and cook according to the instructions on your waffle maker manual.
- I use the Cuisinart Double Belgian Waffle Maker and can make 5 round waffles using this recipe.
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