This quick and easy vegan waffle recipe uses a lot of rolled oats. Here’s some facts about oats from the renown, Ten Talents cookbook:
Oats–A popular grain grown in the U.S. and cool moist regions of Scotland, Russia, and Canada. The nutritional value of oats remains intact during the processing; the germ and bran are not removed. In addition to its lowering cholesterol properties, oats are a good source of protein, fiber and many essential nutrients including the B-vitamins, vitamin E, calcium and silicon. Oats, in various forms-oat groats, steel-cut oats, rolled oats, quick oats, and oat flour, are used in heart-healthy breakfast cereals, in baking bread, and baby foods.
Our Quick and Easy Vegan Waffle Recipe
2 1/2 c. water
3 c. rolled oats
1 ripe banana
1 tsp. salt
Place waffles in a sprayed waffle iron for 7 minutes or until it’s done.
Franklin, one of our staff members, created this recipe, and he said, “I use two waffle irons when I do this, and I can make five square waffles at a time with this recipe. I usually serve this with a fruit topping that I make as well.
When I’ve been using this recipe with rolled oats, I find that it’ll be pretty liquidy for about 1-3 minutes, but then it’ll get thicker as the oats absorb the water.
One time I served these waffles to thirty people, and I received various compliments. I’ve shown a few people how to make it, and they love the quick and easy vegan waffle recipe’s simplicity.”
Updated (September 10, 2017):
Watch Franklin demonstrate his quick and easy vegan waffle recipe
Watch Franklin demonstrate his quick and easy vegan waffle recipe at a August 31, 2017 nutrition class 21 minutes and 30 seconds into this video, and learn how you can make 12 waffles in 30 minutes or less:
Franklin made a YouTube video of his recipe in 2013, and so far it’s gotten over 26,000 views: