This waffle recipe actually comes from a great blog run by another GAPs mum in America. I have simplified it to our tastes but here is the original link: Cara's Waffles
We have these very regularly for breakfast (we even took the waffle maker on holiday) as they are the best substitute for a quick toast like breakfast I have found. They are also great for Harry, who of course being a very independant 18 month old now wants to feed himself most of the time and without usual toddler fair like toast soldiers and bread sticks this gives us a few options.
We have them with just plain honey, no sugar jam & organic butter, peanut butter banana & honey (my favourite) or just as a base with fruit and some kind of yogurt or thick kefir. They are also versatile and have been lovely with home made chicken liver paté or Thomas' favourite as a Tuna & home made mayo with cucumber sandwich. I omit the honey and use them as a pizza base too.
They freeze quite well, but they definitely do well in the fridge if you make a big batch every few days and then just put them in the toaster to warm up for a quick breakfast or lunch. As Thomas is at school this also gives us a "sandwich" like option for packed lunches.
Basic Waffle Recipe
(makes about 3 in the waffle maker I have)
Equipment needed: waffle mould or electric maker, hand blender, bowl.
2tbsp coconut flour
2tbsp coconut oil (or ghee/butter) melted
.............then scoff and run off to school/work!