When my husband insisted me to get the waffle iron, I kept rejecting it because I didn’t think that I would be using it quite often. I didn’t want yet another kitchen equipment to occupy my counter space. Boy was I wrong! The waffle iron has become one of the most frequently used appliance at home. I’m trying new waffle recipes almost every weekend. I got this idea for blueberry oats waffles from one of the magazines I was browsing. It was an usual waffle recipe with eggs, but I decided to make it vegan using my vegan waffle recipe.
Vegan Blueberry Oats Waffles
Eight 4″ Square Waffles
Vegan Blueberry Oats Waffles4.0 from 1 reviews
Give an healthful twist to your regular waffles by incorporating whole grains and anti-oxidants rich fresh blueberries.
1 cupwhole wheat flour
1 cupall purpose flour
1/2 cupquick cooking oats
1 tablespoonbaking powder
1/2 teaspoonground cinnamon
3/4 – 1 cupfresh blueberries
2 cupsalmond milk
1 teaspoonapple cider vinegar
1/4 cupcoconut oil
2 tablespoonsmaple syrup
In a large bowl whisk together all the dry ingredients except the blueberries.
In another medium size bowl stir together the milk and vinegar and set it aside for 5 minutes. Then add rest of the wet ingredients too. Fold in the blueberries.
Pour the wet ingredients into the dry mix and stir together until well combined. Let the batter stand for about 10 minutes.
Grease the waffle iron with non-stick cooking spray and prepare waffles as per the instructions in your waffle manual.
These vegan blueberry oats waffles turned out to be great. It looked lovely too with specks of cooked blueberries.
The quantity of water depends upon the type of flour you are using. So start with 2 tablespoons and then increase if required.
The waffles are not very sweet with the 2 tablespoons of maple syrup. But if you are serving it with maple syrup or other sweet sauce it should be fine.