Gluten-Free waffles that use minimal ingredients, are simple to make, and are perfect for getting your morning started.
My girls love eating waffles for breakfast. Every once in a while I find my gluten-eating husband sneaking a few onto his plate, too.
This recipe is easy to make, takes little time to prep, and can be whipped up by just about anyone. You can use a round waffle maker or a square one.
I am all about keeping things easy in the morning.
I often make up a big batch of waffles and freeze them for the girls to eat throughout the week.
If you make them yourself, it’s quite a bit cheaper than purchasing gluten-free waffles from the store.
Waffle prices vary by location and brand, but the cheapest I’ve found gluten-free waffles at the store was $4 for six waffles.
You can make two batches of this recipe for less than that, and get way more waffles out of it.
People often tell me they don’t have time to cook or bake. Again, make a big batch of these and freeze them.
They are super simple and it will take you less than an hour to make and cook these waffles.
You can serve these gluten-free waffles for breakfast with your favorite toppings, use them to make breakfast sandwiches, or freeze them for future palate-pleasing activities.
We’ve used waffles for a variety of different recipes, but mostly as a quick breakfast.
When my girls want a waffle, they simple pop one in the toaster – similar to a frozen waffle you buy at the store – and enjoy.
Looking for more breakfast options that you can make in advance and freeze? Try my Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pancakes, or Apple Cinnamon Pancakes. Both are easy and both can be made ahead of time and frozen.
If you are looking for a Paleo Waffle recipe, Perry’s Plate has the most amazing Paleo Sweet Potato Waffles with Orange Maple Syrup. Seriously to-die-for.