Going on a gluten-free and dairy-free diet doesn’t mean you need to give up your favorite breakfast foods, you just need to switch out the ingredients you are using! This gluten-free waffle recipe is easy enough to make as long as you have a few basic ingredients on hand.
Try making a double batch on the weekend and freeze the extras to have on hand for quick breakfasts during the week. Children can use a toaster oven to reheat frozen waffles for breakfasts or after-school snacks.
If you are just starting a gluten-free diet, I suggest grabbing a few gallon glass jars and using them to store some staple gluten-free flours. I always have brown rice flour (or sprouted brown rice flour), tapioca flour, teff, flour, coconut flour, and blanched almond flour on hand. Use these flours to bake nourishing gluten-free and grain-free treats. I have plenty of recipes on this website to get you started, as well as hundreds of recipes in my books.
Because I know this question will get asked, I use a ceramic-coated waffle maker. These are far less-toxic than the traditional non-stick coated waffle makers.
This waffle recipe can be used if you are following a Low-FODMAP Diet, just be mindful of the alternate suggestions for adding different fruits (apples and bananas). Blueberries are ok for the Low-FOMAP diet in smaller amounts. If you are following a Low-Histamine Diet, replace the raspberries with fresh or frozen blueberries or diced Granny Smith apples.