Method1. Place oats in a blender and blend until ground into a flour. 2. Mix in baking powder and chosen spices. 3. Lightly oil or use Spray and cook, heat waffle iron on medium-high 4. In a bowl, incorporate vinegar and egg with the oat flour 5. Stir in milk. 6. Pour half of mix into waffle iron and cook! My machine beeps when done, but it takes about no more than 5 minutes, I sometimes leave them in longer to let them crisp up more, there’s no rush or worry of them ‘burning’. 7. Top with desired fillings. I recommend starting with avocado and/or your favorite dips (pesto etc.), some cheese, grilled onion, sundried tomatoes and vegetables like spinach and mushroom. Also try pizza sauce and cheese for a warm oregano pizza waffle!
Tips and substitutions: Sugar and spice and all things nice: • Added sugar should be used sparingly. • This includes normal sugar (white or brown) Honey or Maple syrup. • Sugar intake should be limited to 6 -9 teaspoons of added sugar from all foods and drinks per day. Substitutions: • Low fat milk may be substituted for Non-sweeted Low fat Almond milk, Rice milk or Soya milk depending on your preference or diet choice. • Eggs may be substituted a mixture of ground up flaxseed/chia seeds and water 1 Egg = 1 Tablespoon Flaxseed or Chia seeds + 3 Tablespoons of water Mix together and let sit for a couple of minutes to make your “egg”. The seeds will become swollen and chewy after a couple of minutes. Proceed as directed further with recipe. • Substitute normal sugar if honey or maple sugar is not available. Fats and oils • Choose healthy fats found in sunflower, canola or olive oil, soft tub margarines, unsalted peanut butter, nuts and seeds, avocado and fish.