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I made these almost as written.... I was out of almond milk so I used regular ole 2% milk. My family devoured them and wanted more. The recipe only made 7 waffles so for large families like mine the recipe would need doubled.
I made this exactly as written and they turned out perfectly. They are slightly crunchy and have a delicious nutty flavor from the different grains. I have a standard waffle maker and this made about 4 waffles. Thank you for the recipe!
My husband and I loved them. Kids will eat again but of course prefer my much-less-nutrition regular waffle recipe. The only thing I didn't do per recipe was I had to use oil because I didn't have applesauce on hand. They turned out great in my Belgium-style waffle iron. Also we sprinkled chocolate chips on top right out of the iron so they were melted when we were eating them. That was a yummy highlight for my kids. I would recommend eating with fruit and whip cream instead of syrup. It takes a lot of syrup to sweeten them and I prefer not to ruin such a nutrition packed waffle with so many calories.
What an excellent recipe did not have applesauce so substituted it with oil also did not have whole wheat flour so used Bob's pancake and waffle mix and did not add baking soda. Got raving reviews from every family member. From now on this is a recipe for making waffles that are healthy!
Yes I will make these again! Healthy and tasty is a win! I did grind up the oats in my food processor first to a flour or meal consistency only because one child will not eat anything with visible oats in it (even cookies crazy I know). And I only had on hand strawberry flavored sweetened applesauce and it worked out great. We ate these with traditional syrup and also our typical "strawberry syrup" - which is just some frozen strawberries heated a couple minutes in microwave and then pureed in the blender with a little sugar added if needed. I think it's the healthiest breakfast that both my boys will eat.:)
Just made these today and they were a huge hit! The husband 6 year old 2 year old and I loved them. Only change was swapping out 1/4 cup of flour with one scoop protein powder. Used my griddler waffle plates and scooped 1/4 cup batter for each. Made 12 delicious fluffy waffles. Oh! I also 1T maple syrup instead of sugar and we ate them without additional syrup. Wasn't needed! These will be a weekend regular for us. Thank you for this amazing recipe!!!
I was so excited to make these. I followed the recipe as written with the exception of using almond flour in place of whole wheat flour (didn't have whole wheat flour on hand). Both times when the waffles were 'done' and I opened my waffle maker the waffles came apart in the middle and had to be scraped off of the waffle iron. This recipe wasted a lot of time. I still gave it a 3 because I didn't follow the recipe exactly.
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