Hello everyone, and welcome back to Gluten Free Hannah.
When my Nana said that she had an idea for a birthday present for me, I was over the moon when she suggested a waffle maker. It’s not something I’ve ever thought I needed, until now.
Being gluten free means that it’s not as easy to go to the shop and pick up things like waffles, just because they are quite hard to find and not everywhere stocks them. So why not make them myself. Here is my first attempt at using my waffle maker, and it was a success!
> 400g gluten free plain flour (I used Sainsbury’s FreeFrom plain flour)
> 2 eggs
> 415ml milk
> 110g softened butter
> 1 tbsp sugar
> 4 tsp baking powder (I used Dove’s Farm gluten free baking powder)
> ½ tsp salt
> Cooking spray to oil the waffle pan
Preheat your waffle maker, I have the VonShef waffle maker, which makes 4 square waffles.
Beat the eggs in a large bowl, and then all of the other ingredients in to the bowl and beat together.
This was a bit of trial and error, I started with 250g of flour, but that was way too thin, so I kept adding more until the mixture was a little thicker than a pancake mix. In the end, I added about 400g of flour.
Spray the waffle pan with the cooking spray and spoon the mixture in to the centre of each waffle mould.
Cook until golden brown, mine took about 8-10 minutes for each batch.
Serve with your favourite toppings! I had mine with golden syrup and sliced banana.
This recipe made about 12 waffles, so I kept some out to have and then put the rest in freezer bags to enjoy another day.
This was honestly so, so simple, and so delicious too.
Please let me know what your favourite toppings on waffles are, I’d love to know!
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Until next time,