This recipe is so simple, a child (or a caveman) could do it.
The only thing is : plan ahead!
My biggest problem in the execution of this dish is remembering to prep the batter.
Trust me, a few minutes of your time at night, will be rewarded in the morning….you will know how, as soon as you take a bite at these!
Enjoy your “new” good mornings 🙂
Go ahead, make the big batch, these waffles freeze well. However, leftovers might not be a thing at all.
(this recipe makes a batch for a family of 4, but one can cut it in half)
7 C oats, quick
7 C milk (soy or nut. Recently I try to avoid Almond because of what the bees go through. I find OAT milk very delicious!!)
1/3 C coconut oil or avocado oil. (the avocado oil is especially great if you make them savory)
1 to 2 t salt (yes, I taste it!)
and now, for the creativity part, you could add:
1 T Vanilla
Zest of an Orange or lemon
Cocoa, Matcha tea, Cinnamon.. just taste it and go with your preferences.
Mix the ingredients in the order given.
Let stand, covered and refrigerated, overnight.
Let sit at room temperature for 30 min.in the morning.
Have waffle iron piping hot.
Bake 5 to 6 minutes until the crust developes, or they will brake.
Note: do not dilute, batter will be thick.
Top with your favorite: chocolate shavings, maple syrup, butter, nuts…
FOR GF but NOT VEGANS
I recommend to top them with Avocado, fresh tomato, possibly cheese and an over easy egg, tons of Arugula. Exquisite!