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I did not have oat flour, what I did was use equal amounts oats that I "ground" down in my blender to a fine consistancy (think whole wheat flour). Other than that, I kept to the recipe exact. This waffle turned out soft and fluffy with a crisp exterior--a wonderful waffle! NOTE: Keep in mind when you use whole wheat flour or oats in any form that after you mix the batter up, you will have to let the batter sit for 5-10 minutes to get the whole wheat flour/oats soak up some of the liquid. This way, the batter won't be thin and run all over the outside of your waffle iron.
I made these this morning because my 5 year old daughter asked if we could have waffles for breakfast. I used 1 cup white whole wheat flour & 1/2 cup oat flour (just because I didn't feel like making more oat flour & that's what I had on hand). Absolutely delicious! Hopefully they freeze well bc I plan on freezing a few for a quick breakfast on school mornings...I can just pop them in the toaster oven! Thanks for sharing!
This recipe was amazing! If you like sweet things these will definitely please you! I added some cinnamon and flax seeds to the batter as well (neither addition was noticeable in terms of taste but it's nice to have the extra flax nutrients and the blood sugar balance effect from the cinnamon added in!). The egg white makes them so fluffy and slightly crisp- it's like a funnel cake without being fried. I could easily put vanilla ice cream on one and eat it for dessert:P. I would definitely make these again!
I used coconut oil instead of canola oil. I also used whole raw oats instead of oat flour added a tsp. of cinnamon and chopped pecans. I can't purchase whole wheat flour where I live so I just used white flour. These were still awesome!
this is my go to waffle recipe! the tiny but if extra time to best the egg whites is absolutely worth the crisp lighter tasting waffle that still has that earthy whole wheat flavor. I like many others just put oats in a food processor for oat flour.
This very lean waffle had the texture of pillow stuffing and a strong flavor of baking powder. I followed the directions adapting for wheat and milk sensitivity using soy milk and spelt flour. Following others recommendations I used only 1 T sugar. I might try again using 4 T butter instead of 2 T oil a lower percentage of oat flour and less baking powder.
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