Cinnamon Ginger Waffles with Vanilla Peach Honey Topping

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I'm so excited to share this recipe! For quite a while I've been experimenting with a waffle recipes. There were a lot of duds but this one, this one is pretty dang near perfect. Even my husband likes them and he's honest to a fault.These have no coconut flavor what-so-ever and use very little coconut flour, which is a great way to really stretch out the ingredients.

Cinnamon Ginger Waffles (scd legal, nut-free, gluten free)

makes 3 waffles

2 tbs coconut flour

1/2 tsp gigner

1 tsp cinnamon

1/2 tsp baking soda

1 tbs honey

2 tbs olive oil

2 eggs

1/2 tsp vanilla

 

Preheat your waffle iron. Combine all the dry ingredients in a small bowl, whisk  together well. Combine the wet ingredients and with an electric mixer beat until well combined. Add the dry ingredients to the wet and blend until all the lumps are gone. Pour into your prepared waffle iron being careful not to overflow. Sometimes these take a little longer than normal waffles, just keep an eye on them and remove them when they are well browned. While these are cooking go ahead and make your Vanilla Peach Topping.

 

Vanilla Peach Honey Topping (SCD legal, nut free, gluten free)

1/4 cup of honey

3 slices frozen peaches

1/4 tsp vanilla

 

Combine the honey and peach slices into a microwave safe dish with tall sides honey likes to climb out of the container so make sure the sides are tall enough to contain it (I usually use a 2 C glass measuring cup). Microwave on high for 1.5 minutes. Allow to cool for about two minutes and stir in vanilla. At this point I usually cut up the peaches with the edge of the spoon I'm stirring it with. Pour over your waffles and enjoy! It's very important to you allow it to cool slightly because honey retains heat and it will burn you if you try to eat it too quickly after it's taken out of the microwave.

 


Joslyn Neiderer blogs about SCD, baking, Crohns, and yarn at her blog,  Ramble On and tweets @josneiderer

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