These gluten-free brown sugar waffles are fluffy, soft, with a hint of brown sugar. A gluten-free 5-minute breakfast never tasted so good!
After sharing the DIY gluten-free Bisquick Mix a while back, and it taking off like crazy, it’s pretty much a daily occurrence that I get questioned about different ways to use the mix. I’ve shared ways to coat chicken in it, make dumplings, and even yummy fluffy pancakes (Hubby’s fav!). It took me waaay too long to get this gluten-free brown sugar waffles recipe out and I apologize. I promised and promised to get a waffle recipe out and it is FINALLY here!
These gluten-free waffles aren’t crumbly and crunchy like the gluten-free waffles I have tried numerous times before (why I even tried prepackaged GF waffles? I do not know.). These are fluffy and soft. They have a hint of brown sugar for a slight twist of sweet. They are delicious.
I didn’t style these pictures for a few reasons. One, these waffles pictured were going straight into my hungry belly the morning I was taking pictures. I was hangry to be honest. And two, I am hypercritical of gluten-free textures and figured that some of my readers are as well. There is a huge difference between tasting like the real deal and feeling like the real deal. So if I bite into a gluten-free waffle and it tastes legit, I am only going to be happy if it also has the texture of a truly legit waffle. And I can happily say that these waffles are legit. So I wanted to capture their texture in these photos and not get wrapped up in anything else. I promise I’ll get back to pretty pictures on my next post. Promise!
So here’s the super simple rundown on these gluten-free brown sugar waffles:
Gluten-Free Brown Sugar Waffles
- 6 eggs
- 4 TBSP unsalted butter melted
- 3 TBSP coconut flour
- 1/3 cup BHHY's Bisquick Mix
- 1 TBSP brown sugar
Heat your waffle maker (I set mine to medium heat)
In a medium mixing bowl combine the eggs and butter until thoroughly mixed.
Add in the Bisquick mix, brown sugar, and the coconut flour. With a hand mixer, mix well.
Let the mixture sit for 10 minutes.
Add the waffle batter to the heated waffle maker in the amount specified by the the waffle maker instructions (I fill mine with 1/2 cup batter to make 3 large waffles out of the batter)
Cook until no more steam is escaping the waffle maker and the edges of the waffle are turning golden brown. Enjoy!
Here’s the less-than-20-dollar waffle maker (affiliate link) that I use. It’s stick-resistant and easy to wipe clean, cooks very consistently, has an easy settings dial, and is small so it fits in our small kitchen cabinets perfectly. Great little waffle maker if you are in the market for one!