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Gluten Free Coconut Flour Waffles
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Servings: 3-4 waffles
Preparation Time: 5 minutes

Preheat waffle iron on high heat. Grease iron well.

Mix all ingredients together until smooth. Spread about 1/2 cup batter evenly, covering all waffle parts.

Cook for 3 minutes.

These waffles freeze great!

Recipe submitted by Bethany, Dayton, OH

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I've made this and they are delish. I also add a tsp. of cinnamon and a tsp of vanilla. Sometimes some chocolate chips.
# Posted By veronica | 2/15/12 3:40 PM
The recipe sounds great, but 12 eggs seems like a lot for a yield of only 3-4 Waffles. Is that correct?
# Posted By Linda | 2/16/12 12:56 PM
Does this recipe really take 12 eggs? I would love to try it, but I am concerned that with a ratio of 12 eggs to 1/2 cup of flour it would be rather runny.
# Posted By Bobbi | 2/16/12 1:35 PM
Coconut flour needs a lot of liquid and binder, and since the only liquid in this recipe is the eggs, 12 is the correct amount. If you want to use less eggs try adding milk and cutting back a bit on the eggs.
# Posted By Sarah:) | 2/16/12 2:19 PM
I made these today. They were just "okay".
I added a tsp vanilla, a tsp cinnamon, and a dash of nutmeg, but they were still pretty bland. I did substitute coconut oil for the butter to make them dairy free, so maybe that's why? Ill probably make them again, but add more spices.
# Posted By Coconut-eater | 2/18/12 3:22 PM
coconut flour is a lot more absorbant than reg. wheat flour.
12 eggs is too expensive for 3-4 waffles. 2 waffles would have 6 eggs total -3 in each. that is a whole meal right there for the protein count. Just 2 waffles. That is too rich for most folks in these thin ecomonic times where we often buy organic or farmers market eggs that cost more. So, play around with the basic recipe. use less coconut flour and add some rice or potato flour. Add more liquid!
add coconut milk and more oil (melted palm also good) and or water. I would limit my recipe to 6 eggs and fiddle around from there.
sometimes when cutting way back on the flours--one can use small amounts of xanthan gum. I buy frozen gluten free waffles and mix organic fruit pieces, stevia and x. gum in a bullet blender, let set for 2 minutes and pour over waffles as it has consistancy of thick syrup.
# Posted By Linda | 2/27/12 2:54 PM
I have found that lots of recipes using coconut flour call for a lot of eggs. I usually replace up to half of the eggs with "Flax eggs" I have found that this adds a great nutty flavor and does not change the texture or function that a "real" egg would have. I have not tried this recipe yet, but I plan to and I will use the Flax egg method.
# Posted By kjbutton | 9/8/12 7:53 PM
I halved this recipe and got 4 large waffles (about 7 inch round ones), so I have to think that the whole recipe would yeild 8 waffles, which would be 1 1/2 eggs per waffle. Thats not a bad serving size. And trust me, these are VERY filling, and one waffle filled me up! They were a little bland though, and I did add a sprinkle of cinnamon (not enough) and about a tsp of vanilla.
# Posted By Jenny | 10/5/12 4:29 PM
These are perfect! Our chickens are going crazy and we have about 17 dozen eggs in our fridge (about 12 dozen too many - lol!) This is a great way to get all that protein into our non-egg eater.
# Posted By Melissa | 6/14/13 8:38 AM

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