Happy National Waffle Week! What better way to celebrate than making vegan waffles for breakfast every day (or all day everyday if you like to party hard)? If there’s any week to eat vegan waffles for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it would be this one! Waffles are a supreme breakfast food. They are the perfect combination of crispy and soft. Their little pockets are also great for holding toppings! Even if you’re not a vegan waffle lover, we’re sure you can appreciate and try out one of these tasty recipes. We’ve got everything from fruity breakfast waffles and sweet dessert waffles to savory falafel waffles.
Toss the frozen waffles aside in favor of something much healthier. These waffles are made with buckwheat flour, oat flour, brown rice flour, baking powder, baking soda, sugar and salt.
Like falafel? Like waffles? How about a falafel waffle? You can even eat this one for lunch or dinner, complete with a heaping serving of raw veggies on top. Be sure to serve it with some hummus or tahini sauce!
Now, these sound more like dessert than breakfast, but they’d certainly make for a delicious brunch item along with some more savory fare, like these roasted potatoes.
This recipe is not only vegan, but also gluten-free. You’ll love starting your day with the juicy, ripe taste of mango. Don’t forget the maple or agave syrup!
Top these blueberry waffles with vegan butter or maple syrup. Instead of eggs, you can use applesauce as the binder.
Peanut butter and banana make for an excellent combination that works well in fluffy waffles. To top these off, try a blueberry macadamia cream and garnish with fresh blueberries.
The recipe author describes these waffles as being the lovechild of breakfast and dessert, and that description seems pretty accurate. This is a fudgy brownie taste and consistency in waffle form, and it sounds delicious, especially if paired with some whipped cream. Try this recipe as a dessert-for-breakfast treat this week.
To make the cherry sauce for these waffles, you will need fresh cherries that are pitted and roughly chopped, as well as fresh orange juice, arrowroot powder, maple syrup, and a pinch of salt.
Use pumpkin puree to make the mix for these waffles. This dish is perfect to make during the fall months.
Calling all chocolate lovers: you must try this waffle recipe. If you like Mexican Hot Chocolate, we bet you’ll like these Mexican Chocolate Waffles!
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