Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 2 mins

My sister turned 22 today & I made these waffles up for her. They are super moist & very very yummy. Waffles are our traditional holiday/ birthday meal w/ 3 vegans & 3 die-hard not-vegans it has been tough to have a good breakfast for the last 7 years. I just perfected this recipe this morning & I can't wait to shock everyone with it this Christmas morning.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. combine dry ingredients in medium bowl.
  2. combine milk, vanilla, & ground flax seed in microwaveable container.
  3. microwave on high for 1 minute.
  4. blend wet ingredients & oil.
  5. fold-in wet ingredients & dry ingredients.
  6. cook on waffle iron.
Most Helpful

This recipe is AWESOME!!! No substitutes needed! I served these to picky waffle eaters and non-waffle eaters (yes there is such a thing!) and everyone loved them! I would make them everyday if I wasn't trying to watch my waist.

p.s. freezing extras and toasting them is good as well!

eew85 August 11, 2010

I made these waffles for my kids this morning and based on the description by the recipe author, thought they would be good. They were not. I wish I would have read the first review and at least tried some of their substitutions.

scwise May 29, 2009

Awesome! We loved this waffle recipe. We tweaked it a little by using unbleached flour instead of whole wheat pastry, decreased the baking powder from 3 Tablespoons to 3 teaspoons and we omitted the nutmeg and opted for organic sugar. As for the wet ingredients we used rice milk. We then opted to use 1/4 c. melted butter and 2 Tbsp. coconut oil. THESE WERE DELICIOUS. Thanks so much for the recipe. It's not easy to find recipes with no eggs that taste great!

Kelly Schafer March 14, 2009