Gluten-Free Belgian Waffle Recipe

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Making gluten-free Belgian waffles is easy, so long as you're using the appropriate recipe. Make gluten-free Belgian waffles from a great recipe with help from a longtime baker in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Dorangela Bobet, founder of Two Prince Bakery Theater. Today, we'll be making a gluten-free Belgium waffle recipe. These are the ingredients we're going to need. First, we're going to need one cup of sorghum flour, one cup of buckwheat flour, one third cup of millet flour, one third cup of tapioca starch, one teaspoon of baking soda, one teaspoon of sea salt, one teaspoon of Xanthan gum and then we're going to also need one teaspoon of cinnamon and nutmeg. We're going to need one tablespoon of vanilla, two free range eggs, organic. We're going to need one and a half cups to two cups of hemp milk and we're going to need four tablespoons of light olive oil. Now we're ready to mix our ingredients. First we're going to put in all our wet ingredients. So I'm adding the two tablespoons of vanilla, the olive oil, our one and a half to two cups of dairy-free milk, whoops, a little bit messy, our two eggs and if you'd like additional sweetness on your Belgian waffles, you can add four to six tablespoons of Agave nectar to the waffle mix itself. And now we're ready to add our dry ingredients, sorghum, get in there, that's our sorghum. We have our buckwheat, our millet. Now we're adding our tapioca starch, there we go. We have our baking soda, our sea salt, our Xanthan gum and our nutmeg and cinnamon. That should do it and now we're ready to cook our waffles. Okay, let me get this out, it's not very messy, get that out of the way, put it in the sink, take this out. Then what you're going to want to do is just scoop out the waffle mixture you want to put into your waffle mixture. We've pre-heated our waffle maker and just pre-heat it according to the manufacturer's instructions for your particular waffle maker. It's nice and hot so be careful and we'll pour in our batter. Now our waffles should be cooked so we're going to start taking them out. Be very careful not to burn yourself, get your fork out and there you have a beautiful Belgian waffle.


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