Gluten-free waffles made with buckwheat flour, coconut and cocoa are a wonderful change from classic waffles. If you follow me on Instagram you know that I love pancakes and I’m also on the mat every Saturday to make some. Usually there is brunch at and in the house and family or friends come over and I stand in the kitchen all morning baking pancakes. However, sometimes it may be a little variety and I therefore I have designed this waffle recipe. It tastes just great, is gluten-free and ideal for all fans of cocoa and coconut. Let’s get started together.
Chocolate coconut waffles (gluten free)
The batter for the waffles is quickly stirred together. Buckwheat flour, oat flour, almond flour, cocoa, coarse flaxseed, cinnamon, baking powder, vanilla, salt. Put all this together in a bowl and mix until well combined. Especially with the gluten-free doughs, I try to stir as little as possible, so I mix the dry ingredients first so they are lump free when the wet ingredients are added.
In the second step, I add vegetable milk and vegetable yogurt. Now mix everything until a compact dough is formed. Now he also has to be used right away.
TIP: When baking out the waffles, I put a little oil on the waffle iron with a silicone brush, so the dough becomes slightly crispy and the waffles can be easily removed from the waffle iron.
Make vegan waffles quickly and easily yourself
Once the waffles are baked, I place them on top of each other on a plate and decorate them with light almond paste, fresh fruit, shredded coconut and maple syrup. I’m a big fan of maple syrup and honestly can’t live without it. The wafers themselves are almost not sweetened at all, so refining them with it is a good idea. There are no limits to your imagination when it comes to toppings. I can also imagine a vegan yogurt together with passion fruit or filleted oranges with a hint of cardamom. If you make a cool variation, feel free to write me below in the comments.
If you’re in the mood for some different waffles or pancakes today, I have the following suggestions for you:
- Simple vegan waffles
- Pumpkin Pecan Pancakes
- Poppy seed lemon pancakes
- Quick healthy pancakes
- Walnut Banana Pancakes
- Buckwheat pancakes with cashew cream
- Simple vegan pancakes
I would say we start off with these wonderful gluten free waffles. I wish you a lot of fun baking and of course a review at the bottom of this page. If you post a picture, use the hashtag #veganevibes.
Chocolate coconut waffles (vegan & gluten-free)
- Prepare waffle iron and provide a small bowl with high-heat oil and a silicone brush.
- For the dough, provide a bowl. Add buckwheat flour, oat flour, coconut flakes, cocoa powder, flaxseed, bourbon vanilla, baking powder, cinnamon and a pinch of salt and stir with a whisk until everything is well combined and the dry ingredients no longer have lumps. At the end, add vegetable milk and yogurt and continue mixing until a compact dough is formed. Note: Gluten-free doughs are not as liquid as gluten-free doughs.70 g buckwheat flour, 70 g oat flour, 18 g Coconut flakes, 15 g cocao powder, 7,5 g flax seed, 1 TL baking powder, ½ TL cinnamon, salt, 160 ml plant milk, 60 g plant yoghurt, ¼ TL Bourbon Vanilla
- Heat the waffle iron, dip the silicone brush into the oil and brush the top and bottom of the waffle iron.Some high heat oil for baking
- Skim a portion of batter (e.g., with a ladle or tablespoon) and place in waffle iron. Bake for 4-5 minutes, until the first steam has dissipated somewhat. Open waffle iron and test to see if the outside of the waffle is nice and dry and baked through. Carefully remove from waffle iron and transfer to a plate.
- Repeat until the batter is used up. It is best to stack the waffles on top of each other, so they stay warm longer.
- Top with fresh berries, almond paste, shredded coconut and maple syrup and enjoy! Best fresh.Fresh berries to taste, Coconut shavings, Light almond paste, Maple syrup to taste