Monday, November 19, 2012

The Savory Waffle

Who other than the amazing Juli Bauer to inspire this recipe? If you haven't pursued her site, PaleOMG, I would suggest you do so. Like now. But then come back here ;)

This waffle made for a great dinner. Savory really is the best way to describe it.

Here is the original recipe by Juli, Savory Waffles with Mushroom Gravy. I adapted it slightly and did not do the mushroom gravy though it looks divine.

The Savory Waffle 

4 eggs, organic/cage-free
3 tbls coconut milk (from the can, I used Light)
2 tbls coconut flour
2 tbls grapeseed oil
Dash of garlic powder
Dash of rosemary (could use fresh, I used dried)
Dash of chive (could use fresh, I used dried)
Pinch of sea salt
Pinch of pepper
1/4 tsp baking soda


Heat your waffle maker to desired baking temperature/level. Mine has 5 levels and I set mine to about 2.5).  Rub some coconut oil on the irons first if there isn't any remaining oil from the last round, I find I need to do this about every third use to prevent sticking.

In a large bowl, whisk together all ingredients until a smooth batter forms (or use a food processor).

Pour into the waffle iron and let it do its thing for a couple of minutes ;)

Yields ~ 4 small waffles 


So many options for this waffle.  With gravy, sandwhich it with some meat, maple syrup...

But I decided to top mine with some organic, unsweetened apple butter and pair it with plain steamed sweet potatoes and spinach.

I took my time eating this meal...

And I was a little obsessed with the way it looked... I really do love waffles. And my Mac products...

Thanks for another great recipe idea @PaleOMG!

Enjoy ;) 

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