A Delicious And Healthy Waffle Maker Recipes

20110429 Soft vegan gingerbread cake, high as a kite!!!!!!!!!!! RECIPE INCLUDED. 🙂
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Recipe by Vegania.net. (Click here for a vegan gingerbread CUPCAKE recipe. Got soy yoghurt + orange in it. :9 )

1 dl = 0.422675 cups (the volume unit, that is… hehe).
1 cup = 2.365882 dl. 🙂

5 dl of wheat flour (or spelt flour, which I used)
2-2.5 dl of sugar (brown sugar works well, apparently)
1 table spoon of baking powder
2 table spoons of gingerbread spice mix
75 g of vegan margarine OR 0.75 dl of canola oil + some extra for greasing the pan
1 dl of soy cream or oat cream
2-2.5 dl of soy milk or oat milk
Bread crumbs (optional)

– Melt the margarine or pour the oil in a bowl.
– Mix flour, sugar, baking powder and spices.
– Beat the mix together with the fat, the cream and the milk.
– Keep beating it for a few minutes…
– Grease the inside of a baking pan with some more of the fat (and cover it with breadcrumbs if you like).
– Pour the batter into the pan, which should be no more than 2/3 full.
– Bake for 35-40 minutes at 175 degrees centigrade = about 350 degrees Fahrenheit, if your pan looks like the one in the pic. NOTE! SHORTER BAKING TIME (20-25 minutes) if you’re using a round pan… reportedly.
– Stick a toothpick in the cake to check if it’s ready. ‘Course… I DON’T MIND A CAKE THAT’S STILL STICKY INSIDE. 8D

OM NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM NOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111

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For basic and relatively easy waffle maker recipes, with a “neutral” flavor good for accommodating a scale of toppings, I change this “healthful vegan waffle maker recipes” slightly by replacing a tablespoon of the water with canola oil to give it a slightly “richer” flavor (this optional substitution is noted below). When use a recipe with minimal oil, just remember to fill your iron with some non-stick spray-we usually use some type of canola oil spray regardless-you can even put regular canola oil in a small spray bottle and use that, rather than purchasing disposable cans.
This isn’t quite as exciting on its own as some of the other vegan waffle maker recipes we’ll be reviewing here, such as the pumpkin waffles, but is probably the closest approximation to a non-vegan waffle with a “neutral” flavor. It works well as a “base” for a variety of toppings.
1 cup whole wheat flour
3/4 cup unbleached white flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 tablespoon sweetener of choice
3/4 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon Ener-G egg replacer (or another binding alternative, as noted above)
1 1/2 cups fat free rice milk (or 3 tablespoons Ener-G soy quick + 1 1/2 cups water)
1/2 cup water (optional: replace 1-2 tablespoons of the water with canola oil)
1/3 cup applesauce
mix all the ingredients together, add wet ingredients and mix well,
but do not over beat. Batter tends to thicken as it stands, so I
usually end up adding a bit of water to it between batches.
Serves 3-4.
Other variations we’ve tried on the above that have worked greatly include utilizing 2 Tablespoon blackstrap molasses as the sweetener, and replacing the entire 1 3/4 C flour with buckwheat flour.
To produce a best waffle you must have great waffle maker recipes and importantly you must own a best waffle maker as well. Great waffle maker make your waffle cook nice and quickly. It burn your waffle smoothly and prevent it from dry from inside. An effective waffle maker also easy to clean and has a temp knob to match with your waffle recipes. In my waffle kiosk I use black black and decker waffle maker because it very easy to clean and it bake my waffle nicely.

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