This is my new "go to" recipe! It makes a bunch, so we freeze the leftovers and heat them in the toaster oven for a fast breakfast. I make these as is, but add a tsp of vanilla and they are fabulous!!
Yum! A healthy waffle that doesn't sacrifice taste.
I've made these twice now and both times my family ate them like they were going out of style! Thanks for a great recipe!
These were great! Light and fluffy with a great texture, and yet, still healthy. Even DH and 3 DD's loved them, I just failed to tell them that they were healthy...lol. Will become a regular recipe in our family.
Very good, but batter really thin watch out when cooking.
Very good. Substituted flax meal for flax seed, worked fine. Used 2 packets of Stevia.
Great waffles with a perfect texture. We don't like heavy waffles and these gave us a perfect base for the banana and walnut toppings that we love. I halved the recipe ingredients and I got exactly 10 waffles. I froze enough extras for another day. Also used milled flax seed and Splenda in place of sugar/Stevia.
My kids love these. We server them with Wipped Cream.
Yummy! I used all whole wheat flour, and coconut oil as the fat. Whole flax seeds may not have a nutritional value, but they do help keep things running smoothly in the digestive department. :) So they do have a good purpose!
This recipe may make good-tasting waffles but whole flax seeds do NOTHING for our bodies nutrionally -- they're just passed through. You need a recipe that uses flax MEAL (ground flax seed).