Simple vegan waffles have once again presented me with a challenge and remind me of my simple barista oat milk recipe development. It took me a hundred attempts to get the hang of it. With the waffles it was similar and it became many attempts until I found the perfect one for me. Our two huskies Wapi and Yuma have also both tested with and found this recipe absolutely delicious. I certainly hope you feel the same way.
Simple vegan waffles
Every Sunday is the moto with these delightfully fluffy waffles. For me, it is actually so that I like a change from the daily porridge or muesli on Sundays. During the week, it may go quiet quickly and routinely from the hand. On Sunday I like to take my time and prepare waffles, pancakes or something similar. My husband likes it rather hearty and loves scrambled eggs with fresh sourdough bread.
The dough for the waffles is made quickly and easily. Spelt flour, raw cane sugar (or powdered sugar), baking powder, a pinch of salt, melted margarine (or applesauce if oil-free), vegetable milk and carbonated water. Optionally, I add a grated apple. All this is mixed into a dough and put the waffle iron in place.
Depending on the waffle iron, you will need between 2-4 tablespoons of batter. I take some more melted margarine for the waffle iron, otherwise the dough can stick easily. Already done and now? Of course, the toppings must not be missing. I decorate my waffles with banana slices, fresh blueberries, a homemade strawberry sauce and maple syrup!
Quick vegan breakfast recipes
If waffles aren’t to your liking today, I have the following sweet vegan breakfast options for you:
- Vegan chocolate rolls
- Strawberry Granola
- Carrot Cake Overnight Oats
- Pumpkin bread
- Banana bread
- Poppy seed lemon pancakes
- Pumpkin Pecan Pancakes
- Quick healthy chocolate pancakes
- Walnut Banana Pancakes
- simple pancake
- Chocolate coconut waffles
These easy vegan waffles are wonderful for breakfast, sweet lunch or dinner. They are also a special highlight for vegan brunch, with savory alternatives like homemade rolls, tofu scrambles and spreads.
The simple vegan waffles are:
- Naturally sweetened
- Easy to manufacture
Get started with these fluffy 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, feel free to use the hashtag #veganevibes.
Simple vegan waffles (25 minutes)
FOR THE DOUGH:
- 250 g Spelt flour alternatively a gluten-free flour mixture with ½ tsp guar gum
- 1 tbspn Baking powder
- ½ tbspn Salt
- 60 g Raw cane sugar or other sugar of your choice
- 60 g melted margarine if oil reduced, replace half with apple pulp
- 150 ml Plant milk I use a soy vanilla milk
- 100 ml Mineral water with a lot of carbonic acid, which is important
- optionally one grated apple
FOR THE STRAWBERRY SAUCE
- 250 g Strawberries One bowl
- 45 ml maple syrup
- 30 ml Lemon juice
- ½ tbspn Xanthan Gum optional
- Banana slices
- Provide waffle iron and heat.
- (Optional) FOR THE STRAWBERRY SAUCE Place strawberries, maple syrup and lemon juice in a blender and blend to a fine puree. Press through a hair sieve to remove the remaining seeds. Optionally mix up with xanthan gum to thicken the sauce a bit.45 ml maple syrup, 30 ml Lemon juice, ½ tbspn Xanthan Gum, 250 g Strawberries
- FOR THE DOUGH Provide a bowl and first put in all the dry ingredients (flour, baking powder, salt, sugar) in order. Mix with a whisk, coarse lumps have dissolved.250 g Spelt flour, 1 tbspn Baking powder, ½ tbspn Salt, 60 g Raw cane sugar
- Add melted margarine, vegetable milk and, at the very end, the mineral water and continue mixing until a smooth dough is formed. The dough should be slightly more liquid than cake batter.60 g melted margarine, 100 ml Mineral water, 150 ml Plant milk
- Optionally stir in a grated apple.optionally one grated apple
- Grease the waffle iron a little so that the batter does not burn. It can be baked without oil, if the waffle iron has a very good coating.
- Using a tablespoon, skim 4 tablespoons of batter (for Belgian waffles) or 2 tablespoons (for classic waffles) and add to the waffle iron. Close and wait until it starts to steam. The waffle is ready when hardly any steam rises. This takes about 4-5 minutes and may vary depending on the thickness of the waffle.
- Repeat this step until the batter is completely used up and all the waffles are nicely stacked on top of each other (this keeps them nice and warm).
- Finish with desired toppings and enjoy!Blueberries, Banana slices
- Best fresh!