Tuesday, October 18, 2011

RECIPE REVIEW - Fluffy Coconut Waffles

The Kansas City Renaissance Festival has come to a close, and we're back in Austin. (Home sweet home...or rather, apartment messy apartment.) We've got money for groceries, but aren't going to be able to buy them until later, so today and tomorrow are going to be waffle posts! I'll start today with my all-time favorite VegWeb waffle recipe, Fluffy Coconut Waffles.

Fluffy Coconut Waffle 2

These waffles are absolutely delectable. The recipe calls for 1 cup coconut milk and 3/4 cup nondairy milk, but I generally have used 1 3/4 cups of So Delicious Coconut Milk with good success. I've also replaced the oat flour with whole wheat flour, since it's what I have on hand. Lastly, I've never made these with shredded coconut since I've been too lazy to go out and buy some, but they're quite good even without it.

Fluffy Coconut Waffle 1

It also says that it makes 3-4 waffles, but I've found that I usually get at least 5 out of my batches.

Tomorrow, I'll post about the waffles and hashbrowns from Vegan Brunch!


  1. Nice waffles! I bet those are so good. If only I had a waffle iron!

  2. Choirqueer, I got mine as a wedding present (a long time ago!), but I'll bet one can be got for fairly cheap at a thrift store (or Target, if you want to go new).

  3. Awesome looking waffles! I'm gluten sensitive, so I'll have to try them with the oat flour. Thank for providing the recipe link. Keep up the good bloggings!

  4. dietiscorrect, you're welcome! Let me know how they turn out with oat flour - if they're good, I'll pick some up and try them out on my omni parents! *grin*