These sugar-free, gluten-free waffles with strawberries are the best waffles you will ever have. That is a promise.
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I made my gluten-free, sugar-free waffles with strawberries because Florida strawberries are in full season. Also because I think they look gorgeous for Valentine’s Day. Last, but not least, because since I tried this recipe it has become one of my favorite brunches.
Gluten-Free Sugar-Free Waffles
Although I don’t make much of a fuss about it, the truth is that I am already 14 months on a gluten-free and sugar-free diet. Because of that, these waffles were born. Now, they my family’s favorites.
I love them because I make them with both gluten-free all-purpose flour and almond flour. The almond flour not only helps you to be more than satisfied for more hours. It also adds a delicious texture to our waffles. They are crunchy on the outside, and soft, moist, and cakey on the inside. And since I bought my waffle maker, when I ask: waffles or pancakes? the answer is always: waffles!
Since adopting my sugar-free diet, I indulge myself twice a week with honey or maple syrup. When a recipe calls for sugar, which is not the case with these waffles, I make them with monk fruit. This is a natural sugar substitute that is calorie-free, does not affect the glycemic index, and equally important, at least to me: it does not leave any unpleasant retro taste.
So my waffles today, besides lots of strawberries, are sweetened with maple syrup, and to make them even more special, I sprinkled them with a confectioners sugar substitute.
How to Make Waffles without Gluten and Sugar
Although I made these waffles with Florida strawberries, the truth is that they go well with any fruit, tropical or not. I love the abundance of fruit because that is how I eat my first fruit serving of the day.
In my house, these waffles are a super-easy way to say “I love you”. Everyone likes them and they are so beautiful that everyone who eats them feels special, no matter the day of the year…
I usually make waffles on Sundays, but when you see how easy they are to make, you’ll see that you can make them any day of the week.
To make this recipe you will need some utensils and ingredients that I list below:
- Glass measuring cups
- Measuring spoons
- Stainless steel whisk
- Waffle maker
- Almond flour
- Gluten free all purpose flour
- Maple syrups
- Sugar-free confectioners sugar substitute
Gluten-free, sugar-free waffles with strawberries
- 2 cups milk
- 2 teaspoons white vinegar
- 2 eggs
- 3 tablespoons butter melted
- 1 cup of almond flour
- ¾ cup gluten-free all-purpose flour
- 1 pinch salt
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- ½ teaspoon baking soda
- 3 cups strawberries washed, dried and cut into 4
- 6 tablespoons Maple syrup
- Non-sugar confectioners sugar substitute
- Sprigs of spearmint to decorate
- Waffle maker
- In a bowl, pour the milk and add the vinegar. Let stand 5 minutes.
- Preheat the waffle iron.
- Add the eggs and beat lightly.
- Add the melted butter and almond flour, and mix.
- Add the gluten-free all-purpose flour and mix again.
- Add the salt, baking powder and baking soda and mix. Make sure the mixture is lump-free. Let it rest for about 3 minutes. You may need to add a little more milk (that will depend on how thick the mixture is).
- Pour the mixture into the waffle iron depending on the size of it. In this case, mine to make a waffle requires ¾ cup.
- Cook the waffles according to the instructions on your waffle iron and if you like them more or less toasted.
- Serve with fresh strawberries (or fruit of your choice) and maple syrup. Sprinkle with snow sugar substitute.
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