Total Time
10mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

These have more fiber and less fat than frozen waffles. NOTE: 1 1/4 cups quick-cooking oats, processed in a blender or food processor until finely ground, may be substituted for the oat flour.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. In a bowl, combine the first five ingredients.
  2. Combine the eggs, milk, oil, and vanilla
  3. Stir into dry ingredients just until combined.
  4. Pour batter by 1/2 cupfuls into a preheated waffle iron Bake according to manufacturer's directions until golden brown.

Reviews

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I really liked these. I put porridge oats in the blender. It took me a couple of goes to get the right quantities into the waffle machine (the first overfilling was quite v esuvial)- but it is my first belgian waffle machine. It made seven. I had one with chocolate desert sauce and one with maple syrup. Yummy. I'm going to warm up a couple in the toaster for my brekkie in the morning and put the rest in the freezer.

Moyni March 23, 2010

I made my oat flour in the blender and used egg beaters and white wheat flour. These are crunchy and good. I made them specifically to be able to toast them and eat them later, and this worked well. I got 10 waffles out of this batter.

ladypit December 05, 2007

These are really great waffles. I use the quick oats ground in the food processor as suggested in the intro. I usually make a double batch and freeze some for later use. Thanks!

Kzim4 March 18, 2006

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