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Vegan Blender Waffles

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I made waffles. It’s serious… I’ve made waffles before, but they were never good. They were blah. I knew I could do better, I just didn’t know how. Sue Gregg has entered into my life and I am a changed woman. She has shown me the way. I was kind of skeptical at first. But, blender waffles are the ONLY way to do waffles. They must be done the Sue Gregg way and you will become a believer too!

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Yes, what you see above will create waffles, I promise.

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Start with dumping 2 cups of brown rice in the blender. Yes, I said brown rice.

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Dump in 2.5 cups of vegan kefir yogurt OR 2.5 cups vegan yogurt thinned with vegan milk of your choice OR 2.5 cups of vegan milk with 1 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar (this makes vegan buttermilk).

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Add 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract.

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Add 2 tablespoons of coconut oil.

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Blend. Let everything get all incorporated and then go to bed. Well, you don’t have to go to bed, just leave the waffle batter in the blender covered, on the counter overnight. Sue Gregg explains this as the two step process. I just call it planning ahead. The grains get to soak and get all softened up and break down from the acid in the yogurt OR buttermilk. So in the morning, all you have to do is add some last minute ingredients…

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Add 2 tablespoons of flax seeds and blend.

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Add a enough milk to open up your vortex. Once that hole is open, dump in 1 teaspoon of salt and 1 teaspoon of baking soda. Quickly turn off blender. You don’t want to overwork the batter once the baking soda has been added.

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Make sure you have plugged in your waffle iron and coated it with oil.

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You might want to hurry up and make these before she chews off her fingers.

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Drool. Moan. Repeat.

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It’s more than okay to top these with So Delicious coconut yogurt, maple syrup and nuts or nothing or jelly or berries. It’s up to you.

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Even toothless babies can eat these nutritious delicious whole grain waffles.

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Awww. She wants to share. Not really.

Disclaimer: I did this in a Vitamix with double the recipe of what Sue Gregg has on her website for blender waffles. She states that a regular Oster with the glass container will do. I have a Vitamix and I have four children. Doubling the recipe was necessary. ;-)

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13 comments to Vegan Blender Waffles

  • Belinda

    Your daughter is adorable!!! But you already knew that. :)

    These waffles look like so much yumminess and another great way to enjoy my favorite So Delicious coconut milk yogurt and kefir. Thank you for sharing!

  • Laura

    Doesn’t the milk spoil sitting out all night?

  • laviyah

    Fluffy biscuits, fluffy pancakes, cakes, light and airy waffles are all helped along with curdled milk (buttermilk). When the milk goes a little sour, this helps in the rising process, however it is totally safe to bake with and is preferred with most experienced bakers. The batter is perfectly fine sitting out all night, especially since there are no animal products or by-products in it. I hope you try this recipe, it is so simple and delicious!

  • chrissy

    My god, so awesome looking! I have tried, and failed, at vegan waffles over and over again :( Im excited to try these!

    Before I went vegan a roommate and I invented the “french toast waffle”. It was a basic idea, basically you prepare an egg dip for your bread, just like you would for regular french toast, but then you put your bread in the waffle maker. Ive been trying to veganize this recipe for quite some time, with no luck! I wonder if I could get away with dipping a few pieces of bread into this waffle batter…. Hmmmmm…

  • i am totally going to try this and i will let you know how it turns out. this sounds great and your baby looks happy with the outcome.

  • Flavorful! *). Thanks for sharing

  • MICHELLE

    OMG, WHERE IS THE RECIPE FOR THE FLUFFY BISCUITS? I’VE GOT MY ALAGA SYRUP READY!!

  • court

    aw! You’re daughter is so cuuute!!! And I’m definitely trying this recipe, looks soo yummmy

  • Cass

    I tried the waffles today. They were great but too salty for me. Next time I make them I’ll cut down on the salt. Have you tried to make the waffles with oats? I really enjoyed these whole grain waffles and I love your site. I’ll be ordering some cheese soon. As you know your daughter is ADORABLE!!!

  • laviyah

    So glad you tried the recipe. Did you do the double recipe or half of what I posted? Half recipe = 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Double recipe = 1 teaspoon. The salt really is not necessary and could be left out all together, although I do add at least a pinch of salt to everything, even my desserts. This is one of my favorite go to recipes. The kids love how I can turn whole grain rice into delicious waffles! I have not tried oats yet, however I have tried Kamut which came out great too.

  • Cass

    I realized after I wrote my response that I halved the recipe but I used a whole teaspoon of salt and a whole teaspoon of baking soda. LOSER!!! LOL! I’ve been telling everyone I know (all non vegetarians) about your website and I about my mistake with this recipe. I’m making them again this week but the correct way!

  • laviyah

    So Delicious coconut kefir milk is vegan.

  • Interesting recipe on that “vegan buttermilk”! That looks fantastic. We usually incorporate vegan yogurts in our waffle mix.

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