These are hands down the BEST gluten-free waffles! They are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Using multiple GF flours gives it the best flavor and texture. Everyone will love these for breakfast!
3 large eggs, separated
1/2 C butter, melted
1 T gluten-free vanilla
1 C milk
1/3 C almond flour
1/3 C brown rice flour
1/3 C sorghum flour
1/2 C tapioca starch
1/3 C potato starch
1 T coconut flour
1 T baking powder
1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 C sugar (optional)
In two stand mixer bowls, separate the egg yolks and egg whites
Mix milk, melted butter and vanilla into the egg yolks
In another bowl, mix the dry ingredients (sugar is totally optional, they turn out great either way)
Slowly add dry to wet and mix until well blended
Whip egg whites until stiff
Fold in stiff egg whites into the batter
Cook the waffles by the scooping out 3/4 full large ice cream scoop into a preheated, greased waffle iron
You can make large Belgian waffles by using almost two scoops of batter
Pro Tip: Whipping the egg whites first gives the waffles that fluffy texture that you love! It isn’t necessary but it sure does make them better.
Yes you can use an all-purpose gluten-free flour, however the taste and texture may be different. If you do choose that route, I recommend a high quality GF flour blend like King Arthur gluten-free flour or Pamela’s Baking and Pancake mix.
The perfect taste was achieved through much trial and error with varying amounts of gluten-free flours like almond, brown rice, tapioca starch and potato starch.
Yes, it takes a few extra steps but I guarantee that everyone will love these for breakfast! These are big daddy’s favorite breakfast and he’s not even gluten-free…
Leftover gluten-free waffles can be stored by placing them on a plate and covering them with tinfoil. They can be stored at room temperature for 1-2 days.
You can freeze them by wrapping cooled waffles in tinfoil then place them in gallon freezer bags. I like doing both so they don’t get freezer burnt.
To enjoy from frozen, simply pull them out and either microwave until unthawed and warm (although they won’t be crispy) or use a toaster oven to unthaw and warm them at 250-300 degrees for about 10 minutes. Using a toaster oven keeps them crispy.
If they are square waffles, you can also just pop them in the toaster. They may need two rounds in the toaster to get unthawed and warm.
Keywords: gluten-free waffles, best waffles, fluffy gluten-free waffles, best gluten-free waffles