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Real Food Waffle Recipe

A healthy breakfast is one of the most important things we can do for our children (and ourselves). I played around with different waffle recipes for quite some time and after many, many adjustments I was able to create a recipe that I am happy with. My kids love them so much that even a couple years later they still request waffles nearly every day.
If you’re new to my recipes, you just need to know that I always try to simplify as much as possible so this is another of my dump and mix recipes. I hope you love it as much as we do!  Also, for a special treat you can add a handful or two of chocolate chips. We like to do that when it’s someone’s birthday. Here it is:


Printable Version

2 C Whole Wheat Flour 

2 T Raw Honey or Agave 
1 T Baking Powder
2 Eggs
1& ½ C Whole Milk Kefir or Milk
1/3 C Melted Extra Virgin Coconut Oil 
1 t Vanilla Extract
2 T Organic Flax Meal

Put all ingredients in a bowl and stir until well blended. From here follow the directions for your waffle iron. Enjoy! It makes two full sheets of waffles in a large iron, or 4 sheets in a small one.

I really need a batter bowl but I make it work in my Quart Pyrex cup. In my small waffle iron I pour about 1 cup for each sheet of waffles.


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*This post was updated (got a make-over) on 03/24/2014 and 06/20/2015.
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