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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

“Buttermilk” Waffles E Style

I LOVE waffles!

I have made waffles out of the THM Pancake recipe many times. They are delish, but they don’t have that

fullness, thickness of a waffle.

I decided  to try to convert my favorite waffle recipe to a THM one.

 

I love the way they came out!

 

They were fluffy, thick and oh so Delish!

 

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“Buttermilk” Waffles

 * Update:  I have been told by a few people that  this tasted too salty. Try using just a dash of salt or half teaspoon. Thanks for those of you that shared this

with me. *

You will need:

2 cups  of old fashion oats

2 tablespoons Truiva, erythritol , or sweetener of your choice

2 Tablespoons  Baking powder

1 teaspoon salt

1/4 cup egg whites

1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar

1 cup almond milk

 

Blend oats until they are in flour form.  While the oats are doing their thing, mix the almond milk with the vinegar. Set aside.

Pour blended oats into a mixing bowl, add the other dry ingredients. Stir. Add the wet ingredients, mix well.

Cook according to your waffle maker!

 

* Since there was no oil or fat added to the waffle batter, I was able to add a teaspoon of real Butter on top of my waffle.*

 

My batter made 3 nice size waffles.

 

 

Enjoy!

 

Shelby

31 comments:

  1. I am going to try this today! I made the THM pancakes and thought they were so gross. Probably because of the cottage cheese. Thanks for posting.

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    1. your welcome! I love the THM pancakes, but they don't make great waffles. These are just a basic recipe so you can add any seasoning and spices to make them the way you want. I love plain waffles! I added apple sauce on top.. yummy!

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  2. So 1 waffle and sugar free syrup counts as an E?

    Thank you!

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    1. Yes, one waffle is a serving with sugar free syrup. You can add fruit and turkey sausage to round out your meal.

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  3. Super yummy looking...will have to try on the 6 littles!!!

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  4. I tried making these a few minutes ago, and they were very salty. Did you use Sea Salt?

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    1. I did use sea salt... I make these all the time and I have not had any problems with saltiness.. Maybe try cutting back for your taste? I hope they work for you.

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    2. I too found this to be a little salty (used celtic sea salt). Will reduce amount of salt next time. Otherwise, we liked them!

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    3. A pinch of salt may be all you need.. I use a brand of sea salt that may not be as "salty" as others... it was I can find here at our local store.. Motrin Sea Salt is the brand I believe.. glad you liked them!

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  5. I would like to print this out. Do you have a printable? When I copied and pasted it to word it came up with the dark blue background. Thanks, Rebecca

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    1. feldpauschmr at hotmail dot com is my email address.

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  6. So so good! I made these for breakfast today and topped with a little sugar free syrup and some applesauce I canned yesterday (made with sweet blend). SO good! Thank you!

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    1. Your welcome! I am glad you enjoyed them.

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  7. Can't wait to try these! But before I do, just wanted to make sure that the baking powder amount isn't a typo... 2 Tablespoons seems like a lot... most other recipes I have seen only need about 4 tsp for this amount of flour. Or is it because of the vinegar maybe?

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  8. Its not a typo Emily... LOL.. yes it uses that much.. it really makes them fluffy and nice.. you really do need that much... ;)

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  9. Hi Shelby...just made the batter, have waffle in the iron now. I must say, that batter doubled in volume while I was oiling the iron; next time I'll use a bigger batter bowl. I caught it just before it 'overtopped', ha!

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    1. I forgot to say thank you, so TY!!!

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    2. LOL... yes make sure you have a big enough bowl ;)

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  10. Dipped in honey and your morning will be like ahaaaa. So delicious.

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  11. What is the consistency supposed to be like? the batter was SUPER thick... did i need to add more milk?

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  12. it is a thick batter... if it is too thick ... you can thin it out some..

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  13. Thank you for this recipe. I think it's worth editing the recipe to add less salt though. I was so excited to bite into these and could hardly get them down because the salt was so powerful.

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  14. I am curious. When I found your site and read this recipe, I had no idea that you can make buttermilk using almond milk. I know that vinegar causes milk to curdle or sour like buttermilk but had no idea it would do the same for almond milk. I'm going to try it!

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  15. Great recipe, redced salt to pinch of himalaya also and it was perfect. But I prefer less salty. Do you know what a serving size would be on THM?

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    1. I believe she said above that 1 waffle is a serving, rounded out with fruit and protein.

      I've made these in the past and the saltiness is probably from the baking powder, which has sodium--so reducing the salt will help with that. I have also found that baking powder varies in its "oomph"--for example, when we use the store brand Kroger baking powder, things don't puff up as much as when we use Trader Joe's baking powder--that stuff is nearly double the strength! So if you find your waffles are overflowing, use much less batter than you think you should, or halve the baking powder depending on brand.

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    2. I believe she said above that 1 waffle is a serving, rounded out with fruit and protein.

      I've made these in the past and the saltiness is probably from the baking powder, which has sodium--so reducing the salt will help with that. I have also found that baking powder varies in its "oomph"--for example, when we use the store brand Kroger baking powder, things don't puff up as much as when we use Trader Joe's baking powder--that stuff is nearly double the strength! So if you find your waffles are overflowing, use much less batter than you think you should, or halve the baking powder depending on brand.

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    3. Adding that I made these today and used 1 T of baking powder (Trader Joe's brand) and they puffed up fine for me. Also only used a pinch of salt, and they were perfect.

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    4. Glad you liked these... yes the baking powder can be brought down as well as the salt...

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