100% Whole Wheat Vegan Belgian Waffle By Zeke

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100% Whole Wheat Vegan Belgian Waffle By Zeke
07.27.05 (6:49 pm)   [edit]

(No animals harmed or even inconvenienced in the production of this item)

2/3 cup 100% whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 cup water
1 teaspoon light vegetable oil
1 teaspoon white vinegar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

Sift dry ingredients into a mixing bowl.

Mix together all liquid ingredients in a measuring cup.

Heat up waffle iron.

Add liquids to dry, stir batter to blend all. You want the batter to be more doughy than runny (add a tad more water or flour, if needed). Let batter sit while waffle iron heats up. This gives the vinegar and baking powder time to react to form bubbles which will lighten the waffle. (It is these two ingredients that replace the traditional beaten egg whites that make the waffle rise...and the vegetable oil replaces butter: Voila! No animal products whatsoever!)

When waffle iron is hot enough, pour in the batter. Also cooks great in regular waffle irons.

Instead of the scent of "buttery/eggy goodness", your nostrils will delight in the wholesome fragrance of toasy whole wheat wafting through your home. (Or should I say "waffling"?)

Top with fruit, syrup, butter, or whatever whets your appetite. I use Smart Balance, a truly healthy (and inexpensive) anti-cholesterol tub margarine, sugar-free maple syrup, and wild blueberries preserved in their own juices. Also goes great with ice cream!

The waffles keep well, like biscuits. Since they contain no sweetening, you can even serve 'em up as a savory biscuit: pizza or cheese or sandwich spread toppings for example.

You can freeze 'em, too. Pop in toaster oven to reheat.


posted by: zekeblog (reply)
post date: 07.30.05 (10:04 am)

Simple, quick, elegant and delicious. (Just like "moi".) You'll love it!

posted by: Bahaxiox (reply)
post date: 12.13.09 (11:26 am)

I should email my pal about this.

posted by: zekeblog (reply)
post date: 12.16.09 (4:59 pm)

Yes you should...right away, before the waffle turns cold!

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