Your mornings call for Gluten-Free Waffles – Old-Fashioned & Delicious!
Top these delectable Mahatma® White Rice Waffles off with some warm butter and bananas for an extra sweet taste that will satisfy your craving.
Cook rice according to package directions.
In a blender, combine all ingredients, with the exception of the almond milk. Pulse blend until mixed, then turn on low and add almond milk. Blend until smooth and thick
Keep the batter in the blender.
Grease a waffle iron. Make sure it is pre-heated.
Pour mix onto the hot waffle iron. Cook until golden brown, around 7-10 minutes per waffle.
Remove and serve hot or let cool and wrap in foil and place in the freezer for later.
This recipe really speaks for itself doesn’t it! These Gluten-Free Rice Waffles are great for a wide variety of dietary needs like vegetarian, dairy-free and Celiac.
Never made waffles with rice? You’re missing out! Mashed with the other ingredients, the rice helps to give it that extra fluffy texture on the inside and crispy outer edge that makes them every bit as delicious as the gluten-filled kind. The coconut sugar and blended banana give it that sugary taste without having to add in extra refined sugar. If you want a more dense pancake with a sweeter taste, feel free to toss in three Medjool dates.
If you’re feeling like adding a bit more oomph to your waffles, you can also add in a touch of ground flaxseed, sub in our Jasmine and Quinoa blend or your favorite Gluten-Free protein powder. Get yourself going in the morning and stay energized. The almond milk is our preference but sub in your favorite plant-based milk or use dairy milk if you wish.
Give yourself a few more minutes of shut-eye and prepare the mixture the night before to let sit in the fridge overnight. That way you can simply wake up and turn on the waffle iron with the batter ready to go.
Top with all of your favorite seasonal fruits like banana and berries as well as warm butter, if desired. Feel free to heat up your favorite nut butter and syrup to drizzle over the top.