(eg cream of tartar)
(eg canola oil)
(for the waffle iron)
fruit at will
(eg bananas, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries))
To make the waffles, mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl. Add the oat milk, oil and maple syrup and mix with a blender to form a viscous mass. Let it soak for 5 minutes and stir vigorously again.
Meanwhile, heat a waffle iron on high and brush with oil. Pour enough batter into the waffle and bake for three minutes, depending on the appliance. Drizzle maple syrup over waffles or garnish with fruit and powdered sugar and serve.
What are vegan waffles served with?
Our waffles are so good, you don’t need much. If you want to serve, add maple syrup, fresh fruit such as bananas, blueberries, strawberries or raspberries, or a little powdered sugar. Applesauce or plum compote also go very well. If it has to be classic with cream and hot cherries, there are various vegetable creams. Based on vegetable oil, rice, soy or coconut milk, these can be boasted almost like the original.
Which fat for the waffle iron?
To keep the waffles vegan, vegetable fat should also be chosen when greasing the waffle. We recommend neutral cooking oil. However, margarine or coconut oil also works.
Can the waffles be reheated?
Our recipe for the best vegan waffles tastes best fresh on the table. But with a simple trick, they still taste great the next day. Store the waffles covered in a cool place, but not in the refrigerator, and bake them in the oven the next day. It’s easier and saves energy if you toast the waffles briefly. Due to their relatively low fat content, the toaster lasts without damage. By the way, this also works if the waffles are frozen in the freezer. Even waffles to enjoy.
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