Everyones loves waffles!

Waffles remind us of our childhood and accompany us throughout our lives. In almost every family, there is a secret recipe for the perfect waffle, passed down from generation to generation. Even at birthdays or at city festivals, the fluffy delicacies may not be missing and are, in some countries such as the Netherlands and Belgium,with its famous Belgian waffles, an integral part of the culture.

Healthy waffles with tea

What sounds a bit old-fashioned or unusual at first, is actually very popular right now. Baking with tea is in vogue, because different types of tea are not only suitable as a garnish, but with their intense notes can also give the pastry that certain something and prove that it does not always need a sugary syrup for delicious particles. So why not try the whole thing with waffles for a healthy waffle recipe?

Pumpkin waffles: Our tip for autumn

When the days get longer again in autumn and the first signs at Starbucks point to the Pumpkin Spice Latte, it’s time for the pumpkin to find the place it deserves in our kitchens again. After all, a pumpkin is not only beautiful to look at as a decoration, but also insanely versatile when it comes to recipes. From pumpkin soup and pumpkin pancakes to pumpkin waffles and pumpkin fries, pretty much anything is possible here.
If you like it a little more unusual, you can also pimp your waffle batter with pumpkin here to match the autumnal season. Waffles with pumpkin can be conjured up in all variations such as low-calorie, as pumpkin waffles without sugar or vegan, as pumpkin waffles without egg. Baking, however, often costs a lot of time and even if the preparation of waffles, although not quite so much claimed, there are still ways to optimize the baking. For example, under the term “pumpkin waffles Thermomix” can find a lot of recipes that bake themselves with the right device as if by itself. Have fun trying them out and enjoy the pumpkin waffles!

Healthy waffles recipe with 3 ingredients Recipe

materials: bowl, tablespoon, fork, waffle iron, whisk or hand mixer, blender, pot

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Prep :
10m 
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Cook :
10m 
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Total :
20m 

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Ingredients

Healthy waffles without sugar and vegan

Healthy waffles with oatmeal and black tea

Cooking instructions

Healthy waffles without sugar and vegan

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To make the dough and thus the basis for the waffles with banana and oatmeal, we must first grind the oatmeal with a blender to a fine flour. This flour is then placed in a large bowl with the dry ingredients and mixed.
2
The next step is to add vegetable oil and oat milk to the dry ingredients. If you have decided to make healthy banana waffles, you must first cut the banana into small pieces and then mash them with a fork to a creamy mass. This is then added to the other ingredients as well. If you have chosen healthy waffles with apple, you need to add the applesauce instead of the banana at this point.
3
All ingredients are now mixed with a hand mixer or a whisk to a creamy mass without lumps. While you are busy mixing, you can already grease the waffle iron with a little vegetable oil and preheat it.
4
The dough for the oatmeal waffles without sugar can now be put into the waffle iron. For one waffle you need the dough of two heaped tablespoons, which you put in the middle of the iron. Then close the two halves of the waffle iron together and wait one to two minutes until the batter is crispy and golden brown.
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After repeating the process with the remaining batter, you can enjoy your banana oatmeal waffles plain or pimp them with cherries, powdered sugar, or some vegan cream, which can easily be made from chickpeas.

Healthy waffles with oatmeal and black tea

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First of all, we need to create the tea and thus the basis for our healthy waffle recipe. To do this, we heat the oat milk to about one hundred degrees and then steep the tea in the milk for half an hour. To be able to achieve the best taste experience, we recommend an organic tea without additives, such as Earl Grey. Afterwards, we let the milk cool down to room temperature again and then reach for the oil. This is added to the milk and mixed with it.
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In the next step we take care of the dry ingredients. To make our own flour, we fill the oat flakes best in a blender and mix them until a fine oat dust is created. Attention: When blending with the blender, it is recommended to cover the sheep with a cloth, because the oatmeal may be very dusty.
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In a large bowl, combine the flour, milk and baking powder. If you have chosen the waffles with banana and oatmeal, take the banana and cut it into small pieces in a separate bowl. Mix these pieces with a fork to form a pulpy mass. Now you can fold the mass into the remaining ingredients. If you have decided to make waffles with applesauce, you can mix it directly into the other ingredients.
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With a hand mixer or a whisk you mix the mass until no lumps or bubbles are visible. This may take a few minutes, but it pays off! While you're mixing, you can save time by greasing the waffle iron with a little vegetable oil and then preheating it.
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With a tablespoon you can now put the finished dough in the waffle iron. One waffle corresponds to the amount of two heaped tablespoons. Then close the iron and wait one to two minutes until the vegan sugar-free waffles have a golden brown color and a crispy texture. You can then remove the finished waffle from the iron and re-grease it every now and then during the process so that the batter does not stick to the iron. Repeat the process until all the batter has been used up.
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You can now top the finished healthy waffles with banana and black tea with powdered sugar, hot cherries, vegan cream or savory cream cheese. Even without additional toppings, the waffle tastes very intense due to its tea flavor and is best enjoyed with another cup of tea and a few good friends.