Total Time
Prep 30 mins
Cook 0 mins

Yummy nutritious vegan waffles. I made these for a cooking demonstration at my previous university and they were a hit! This recipe was adapted from the NEWSTART Lifestyle Cookbook. Keep them healthy by pouring fresh blended apples with some cinnamon on top or my Mango Pear Syrup.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Process all ingredients in a blender until smooth. For small blenders, blend with less of the water, then pour into a pitcher and add remaining water.
  2. Pour onto preheated, nonstick waffle iron, using enough batter to cover grids and edges.
  3. Bake until steaming stops, from 7 to 14 minutes, depending on the waffle iron style. If batter gets too thick, add more water and blend before pouring. In my waffle iron I have to make sure to put a generous amount of batter on the iron or it will stick. Waffles may be frozen and reheated in toaster or oven. For variation, blend in a banana.
Most Helpful

This was pretty good. I did not think it was sweet enough, so i may add some extra sugar or agave in the future. It took 7 minutes in my waffle iron.

merigayle November 25, 2011

I was out of eggs, and my son wanted waffles, and these were really good. I did use half rice milk and half water for the liquid, but that was the only change. Oh, I was worried about the thin batter, so I added 1/4 cup more flour, then I read the reviews that said the thin batter was normal and worked fine. :) I will make these again!

909692 October 17, 2011

Great! I loved them! I was worried about the thin batter, but they worked just fine. I had to let them cook a couple extra minutes in my Belgian waffle maker so they cooked through. But I loved how easy these were to make. I used a food processor instead of a blender. Worked great until I tried to pour from it... I then moved the batter to a bowl and ladled it...

Wish I Could Cook January 09, 2011