I probably should call these waffles disappearing waffles, not easy oat and coconut waffles.
To start they smell so delicious when they bake. And they taste incredible. Crunchy on the outside, fluffy on the inside. Slightly coconutty flavor, not overpowering at all.
Simply too good 🙂
They will be eaten as soon as they are cool enough to bite into. I’m serious. When I was shooting photos I was advised that I’ve already taken enough pictures, it’s taking too long and it’s waffle time 🙂
If you would like to have some for later better hide them. Waffles like these tend to disappear suddenly and the only thing left are some crumbles and happy, satisfied faces 🙂
I like my waffles with thick greek yogurt and lots of fruit. Sesame seeds and coconut sprinkles are a nice touch as well.
You can make your own oat flour simply by blending oats. Blend until you get them to a flour consistency. You will need to shake your blender few times as oats tend to stick to the sides of the blender. It will take 10-15 seconds. Make some more so you will have enough for waffles next time. Just store oat flour in an airtight container for up to a month.
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- Add coconut milk and eggs to a bowl and whisk until well combined.
- Add oat flour, buckwheat flour, baking powder and pinch of salt. Whisk until combined.
- The batter will be quite thick.
- Preheat your waffle iron. Add approx 2 heaped tablespoons per waffle to waffle iron and cook until crisp.
- Serve with yogurt and fruit sprinkled with sesame seeds and coconut sprinkles.