Buckwheat Waffle Bowls
These waffle bowls are such a festive dessert, or a wonderful breakfast if you’re feeling festive! Not a very healthy meal, but I did my best to healthify it a little bit by adding fresh fruit and using buckwheat flour.
Buckwheat flour is high in protein and fiber, making it a healthier flour than regular white flour.
I’ve got a fun kitchen gadget called a Waffle Bowl Maker with which I made these buckwheat waffle bowls, but you can of course also use a regular waffle maker. There’s only 1 tablespoon of sugar needed for 3 waffles and the recipe is easy to adapt for vegans. You can read the recipe on this page or watch my food video to see how they’re made.
80 grams buckwheat flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
½ teaspoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 egg (or egg replacement for vegans)
1 tablespoon coconutoil
160 ml milk (I used unsweetened almond milk)
vanilla ice cream (use a sugar free or vegan version if desired)
Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl. Add the egg, oil and milk. Whisk the ingredients to form a batter. Spray the waffle iron, or waffle bowl maker with some olive oil. Pour 1/3 of the batter on the waffle maker. The waffle (bowls) will be done in about 4 minutes.
If you used the waffle bowl maker you can fill it with ingredients of your choice. I scooped in some vanilla ice cream and topped it with strawberries.
Check the video here, or visit my YouTube channel for more food videos.
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