Easy Gluten Free Wafflewich
from A Girl Who Loves Cupcakes
Hi Everybody! While Carrie is off having fun in Seattle she asked me if I’d be willing to do a guest post. My food blog is my photo journal of my quest to live a healthy life. I don’t actually follow a Gluten Free Diet, but since meeting Carrie I’ve learned SO much about it. I’ve continued to be surprised by all the foods that are secretly harboring gluten! So, when I found this recipe last week in Kraft Food & Family, I got together with Carrie and we realized it could easily be made Gluten Free by just substituting Gluten Free Waffles.
Gluten Free Wafflewich
by A Girl Who Loves Cupcakes
2 Frozen Gluten Free Waffles likes the ones by Vans or Nature’s Path.
1 Tablespoon Peanut Butter
1 Small Banana, sliced
• Prepare waffles as directed on box.
• Spread Peanut butter evenly over one waffle and add bananas.
• Top with remaining waffle and enjoy!
If you can tolerate dairy, you could also add a thin layer of Nutella for a creamy chocolate hazelnut surprise or make a savory version by using scrambled eggs and bacon instead of the peanut butter and bananas.
So, that’s it! Easy and oh so delicious!!
For Quick Gluten Free Homemade Waffles:
If you want to make your own waffles using the new Gluten Free/Casein Free Master Baking Mix here's a super easy recipe:
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
2 teaspoons sugar
3/4 cup water
1 tablespoon oil
Turn waffle iron on to warm. In a medium sized bowl or 4 cup measuring cup whisk together 3/4 cup water, eggs, and oil. In another bowl mix together baking mix, baking powder, and sugar. Whisk dry ingredients into wet ingredients until fully combined. Mixture may be thicker and a bit lumpier than regular waffle batter, this is okay! Pour batter onto waffle iron and cook as directed for your individual waffle iron. Makes 8 (4 inch) square waffles. Serve immediately or freeze leftovers.