Vegan Gluten-free Hazelnut Waffles Recipe - Vegane Glutenfreie Haselnuss Waffeln Ohne OelRezept

Hazelnut Waffles (Vegan, Gluten-free, Without Refined Sugar, Oil-free)

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Yes, it has been a while since I last posted a recipe. In the meantime, many new recipes have been popped up in my mind. But it had to take a little longer until I was ready to share them with you. But here is one of them now! I’m happy to say hello again. Hello again! 🙂

A recipe for vegan and gluten-free waffles was still missing on my blog. And every now and then you guys have asked for one. And I have been playing around with some recipe ideas for vegan and gluten-free waffles. Of course it wasn’t that easy. But this recipe convinced me! When the waffles are freshly baked, they have a gorgeous crispy texture with a soft center. If you let them cool down, they will become quite soft and spongy after a while. I love both versions! 🙂

This recipe is pretty easy, and it doesn’t require many ingredients. And if you know your waffle-maker, it works well too 😉 Please see my notes regarding that below the recipe instructions. As always this recipe is vegan, gluten-free and without refined sugar. And also without oil 🙂

Vegan Gluten-free Hazelnut Waffles Recipe

Makes 4 waffles:

1/2 cup (70g) hazelnuts, soak them in water for at least 8 hours, then rinse and drain
1 tablespoon psyllium fiber husk (alternatively flax-seed or chia-seed)
1/4 cup (40g) coconut sugar
1 1/2 cups (375ml) water

3/4 cup (80g) white rice flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon guar gum

Instructions:

1. In a blender, blend hazelnuts, psyllium fiber and coconut sugar in 1 1/2 cups water until smooth.

2. Mix rice flour, baking powder and guar gum in a bowl. Preheat waffle-maker on medium heat.

3. Add hazelnut mixture to the bowl with the dry ingredients. Mix well.

4. Spoon two generously heaped tablespoons of dough into the waffle-maker. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, this depends on your waffle-maker*!

*When I make waffles with my waffle-maker, they need a fairly long baking time. Between 10 and 15 minutes. If I open the waffle-maker earlier, the waffle will be torn into two, with one part sticking on top and bottom of the waffle-maker. The waffles are ready, when the lid has come down again after being pushed up by the rising dough. And when it doesn’t open too easy. I use a wooden skewer to help getting the waffle out. That’s how I do it. It depends on your waffle-maker, only sharing my experience 🙂

Please let me know what you think about this recipe, I’d love to hear from you! And if you remake this recipe, please share the picture with me on Pinterest, Instagram or Facebook.

 

 

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