Sunday, July 16, 2017

Perfect Crispy Soft Gluten-Free Waffle Recipe (With Coffee Syrup!)

You guys it's been forever since I've blogged. And the first time I post in almost a month it's ANOTHER recipe post. I don't feel bad though. 
I mean, I should feel bad but I don't. Maybe I feel bad that I don't feel bad? Whatever!

Dudes, I love you, which is why I'm sharing this recipe with you before outfits, or DIY's or whatever. It's that good. I've spent almost a year perfecting it and you seriously, really, actually can't tell these waffles are gluten-free. 

This recipe needs to be out in the world.

Recipe after the jump!

Plus, can we talk to a second about coffee syrup? For the love of all that is holy, go hit up Sweet & Cute and buy some of this stuff. If you love coffee even a quarter as much as I do you'll be hooked. And no, she's totally not paying me to say this you guys, it's that good. 

Tina, the owner, says that Sweet & Cute is a a small female-owned biz that uses all natural ingredients to crate delicious treats. She also strives to minimize her impact on the environment with glass bottles, eco-friendly packaging and local ingredients wherever possible. 

So like, you can buy it and feel good about buying from a small business. Awesomesauce.

Perfect Crispy Soft Gluten-Free Waffle Recipe (With Coffee Syrup!)

3.5 cups all purpose gluten-free baking flour mix (I use Bob's Red Mill 1:1 gluten-free flour)
4 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
3 Tbsp sugar or sweetener
2 Tbsp butter
1 1/2 cups of milk
8 eggs (I know woah right? You use a metric ton of eggs cooking gluten-free don't freak!)
3 tsp vanilla

Oh, and you'll want to have some Sweet & Cute Coffee Syrup

1. Heat up your waffle iron and grease it with a little buttah. I mean it, real butter for cooking with can't be beat. Yeah it's a little less healthy but dude, when you start noticing the flavors of the oil you use to cook with you'll see what I mean!

...I should probably get off my buttery high horse and give you the rest of the recipe though.

2. Mix your ingredients, making sure that everything is super, super well mixed. 

3. Cook each waffle for a bout three minutes and then serve with coffee syrup. 

4. Stuff in face like a crazed madwoman.

5. Thank me. 

And seriously you guys don't skip the coffee syrup. This changed my game in terms of breakfast foods. Now I can have coffee flavored things with my coffee. Mic drop.

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