As a participant in the Grain Mill Wagon Challenge, I received a WonderMill Grain Mill and compensation to test the appliance in my own kitchen and to create five recipes using freshly milled, whole grain flour. The views and opinions expressed are wholly my own and based on my personal experience with the product. This post may contains affiliate links.
You are going to LOVE these delicious waffles! They’re fast and easy to whip up in the blender, so you can enjoy them as a quick breakfast, any day of the week. The full story and picture tutorial are contained in my guest post over at The Grain Mill Wagon blog, so be sure to check it out for the details on how I’m loving my WonderMill and grinding my own healthy flours at home. In the meantime, if you’re too hungry to go chasing details, right now, here’s the recipe. Enjoy!
- Put the coconut oil, milk, eggs, and vanilla into the pitcher of your blender.
- Add dry ingredients on top of the liquid. (I measured the flour using the “scoop and level” method, not the “spoon and level”. To understand why that’s important and how each method affects your baked goods, check out the complete information in this post.)
- Put the lid on the blender and blend just until the ingredients are thoroughly combined.
- Pour waffle batter into preheated waffle iron and cook according to your appliance’s directions. (Mine usually take less than 1 minute.)
- Serve with pure maple syrup, fruit, nut butters or any of your favorite toppings. As you can see from the photo, I'm a butter and maple syrup fan.