Vegan Waffles
5/23/16
WRITTEN BY: Anna Pintsuk

Is there a better way than to start off your day with healthy, vegan, delicious & homemade waffles? They are not only easy to make but also light like a feather and super scrumptious!

(You can also freeze them and toast them up on a different day as needed)

Cheers!

(makes about 10 waffles)

INGREDIENTS

250g spelt whole wheat flour

50g xylit

1 tsp backing powder

a pinch of sea salt

1 tbsp vanilla extract

1 tbsp chia seeds

50 ml sparkling water

260 ml oat milk

1 tsp melted coconut oil (+ some more oil for the waffle iron)

1 tsp cinnamon

PREPARATION

  • In a big bowl, mix together your dry ingredients
  • Add the coconut oil, sparkling water, oat milk and stir until everything is well combined. Make sure that there are no lumps in the batter.
  • Plug in the waffle iron and preheat according to manufacture’s instructions (and make sure to slighly coat both sides with coconut oil.)
  • Lay some of your batter into the center of the pre-heated waffle maker, close the top and cook until golden brown.
  • Serve the waffles immediately with toppings of your liking. ( wonderful are fresh fruits, mango sauce, coconut whipped cream, maple syrup,…)

Carbs per waffle: ca. 22g KH (1.8 BE)

Recipe makes 10 waffles

Anna Pintsuk

Diagnosed with T1D at the age of 14, Anna has never let diabetes stop her from doing what she wants or chasing her dreams. In order to share her motivation, positive thoughts and to inspire others, she has started her blog www.onne-pe.com where she writes about her life as a diabetic and vegan food and recipes. She has also started visiting newly diagnosed kids and teenagers at the hospital to give them hope and to show them that they are not alone. Some of her greatest passions are playing the violin, traveling and meeting new people. Anna is currently studying Nutrition Science at University of Vienna.