We’ve gathered together some our favorite gluten-free waffle recipes in time for August 24, otherwise known as National Waffle Day. If you love breakfast as much as we do you’ll want to try all of them. So pick a favorite (or two, or three) and let’s get cooking!
1. Light and Crispy Buttermilk Waffles
This recipe makes light and tender waffles that are crisp on the outside and tender on the inside. Serve with butter and maple syrup or, for an extra-special breakfast, top with sliced berries and whipped cream. Get the recipe.
2. Waffles with Papaya Jam and Coconut Cream
The secret to this recipe is to cook the papaya until it starts to fall apart, depending on the ripeness of your papaya you may not need much cook time at all. Puree the papaya in a blender or food processor while it is still warm, adding a touch of honey for sweetness if needed. Get the recipe.
3. Pork Roll, Egg and Cheese Waffle Sandwich
Visit almost any New Jersey diner and you’ll likely find a pork roll, egg and cheese sandwich on the menu. A purist would use only a soft white roll and processed American cheese for this local classic. We have added our own twist, and everyone has been instantly hooked after trying it. Get the recipe.
4. No-Fail Weekend Waffles
These waffles come together in minutes—no whipping egg whites required. For the crispiest waffles, be sure to preheat your waffle iron before adding the batter. For a dairy-free version, replace the milk with your favorite dairy-free substitution. Get the recipe.
5. Tapioca Waffles
In addition to being gluten free, these waffles are grain free and Paleo friendly because they use tapioca flour, which comes from the root of the cassava plant. This recipe results in a crispy waffle with a fluffy center. Get the recipe.
6. Gluten-Free Waffle Breakfast
Whether hosting house guests over the holidays or merely looking to brighten your kids’ morning, this fun gluten-free waffle breakfast will delight everyone at your table. And best of all, it’s ready in less than 10 minutes! Who says fast food can’t be good? Get the recipe.