Homemade Gluten-Free Chocolate Waffles that are dairy-free, nut-free, and perfect for breakfast any time of the year.
This recipe was sponsored by Ryze. Opinions are my own.
Raise your hand if you like waffles? Now raise them again if you like chocolate? If you are a fan of both, you are going to LOVE these Gluten-Free Chocolate Waffles. They are fudgy, dense, and perfect for drizzling chocolate sauce or pure maple syrup on.
These incredible Gluten-Free Chocolate Waffles are made with Ryze Gluten-Free Flour, making them hearty and whole grain. There are no added starches or gum so they are as simple as they can get!
Just like any good waffle recipe, these Gluten-Free Chocolate Waffles are simple to make and use minimal ingredients. You don’t need anything fancy to make these, and they whip up in no time. These waffles are an adaption from my Gluten-Free Waffles recipe.
When I first made these waffles, my kids devoured the whole batch in less than a week. Not only did they enjoy them for breakfast, one night we used them to make ice cream sandwiches. We smashed a large scoop of dairy-free vanilla ice cream in between two gluten-free chocolate waffles and called it dessert. Another night we made s’mores with them- delish!
These waffles are made using one bowl and only nine standard ingredients. This batch makes 12-1 6 waffles (depending on the size) but you can easily double the batch. I love batch-cooking and often double up on waffles and freeze them for my girls.
They like to pull the frozen waffles out of the freezer and toast them in the toaster for a quick, yet filling breakfast. I always serve them with fresh fruit and a protien, but they are pretty filling on their own.
Have you ever made waffles only to find that they are sticking to the waffle maker? If your waffles are sticking, this could be one of three things. First, if your waffle iron is non-stick, you should NOT spray it with cooking spray. Spraying it could result in sticking. Second, if your waffle iron is not non-stick, you will need to spray it. Last, if you don’t let the waffles cook until they’re done, they might come apart when you try to lift them out.
If you like to enjoy waffles and pancakes for breakfast you might also like my Gluten-Free Red Velvet Pancakes or my Gluten-Free Cinnamon Apple Pancakes. Both are easy to make and both use Ryze Gluten-Free Flour.
Did you make these Gluten-Free Chocolate Waffles? If so, please let me know what you think! I always love hearing from people who have made my recipes.