Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Do you have the luck of the Irish today? How many Irish kisses have you received? Well, we may not be Irish but we like any reason to celebrate ANYTHING in our house! I made some super delicious green waffles to celebrate today, of course you can use these any day of the week!
2 cups of flour
1 3/4 Cups of Almond milk
1/2 cup of oil
6-10 drops of Green food coloring
1 Teaspoon of Vanilla Extract
1 1/2 Tablespoons of Sugar
4 teaspoons of Baking Powder
Dash of Salt
Honey or Maple Syrup to top waffles
Plug in waffle iron, medium high setting
Coat waffle iron, lightly, with oil/cooking spray
Mix dry ingredients into mixing bowl
Whisk in eggs, milk, vanilla
Add food coloring drops
Once all is mixed, let sit for 4-5 minutes
Using measuring cup 3/4 Cup, scoop batter up and pour onto HOT waffle iron
I love Coconut everything! So I recently replaced a few recipes ingredients I love with coconut milk. Prior to switching up the recipes with coconut milk, I was using almond milk. Coconut milk just gives it a different flavor and makes it a bit more sweeter.You don’t have to be anti-dairy milk to try this, but once you switch it up, I doubt you will want to go back!
2 Cups Flour
1 3/4 Cups Coconut Milk
1/2 cup Coconut Oil
1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1 Tablespoon Sugar (I personally use Truvia)
4 Teaspoons of Baking Powder
Dash of salt
Honey or Maple Syrup to top with (I prefer honey)
Coconut flakes (optional)
1.) Warm up waffle iron
2.) Mix wet ingredients together in large bowl, set aside.
4.) Let all ingredients sit for about 5 minutes, before cooking.
5.) Using a 1/2 Cup measuring cup, add batter to hot waffle iron. The key to having a crisp waffle, is to allow all steam to rise before removing waffle. Roughly 5 minutes per waffle, on medium-high heat. This batch of Very Coconut Vanilla Waffle batter will make roughly 8 waffles.
6.) Serve hot with honey or maple syrup, top with coconut flakes to make them extra coconutty!
This recipe is simple to make for a weekend brunch, enjoy!