Our Favourite Vegan Waffle Recipes
Whether you’re looking for the perfect recipe for a slow weekend activity, or you’re going all-in on a Tuesday brunch, we’ve got you covered with some of the best vegan waffle recipes out there.
We’ll supply our favourite plant-based waffle recipes, all you’ve got to do is pick one and decide what’s going on top!
Planted waffle recipe
We’re obsessed with Val’s vegan waffle recipe. They’re gluten-free and ideal for those mornings where you’re feeling like something decadent for breakfast that will satisfy your stomach and impress your Instagram followers. Val recommends serving them with a delicious vanilla cashew cream, but you’re also free to go to town with your topping selection.
More great plant-based waffle recipes
Photo credits: Holy Cow
This recipe from Holy Cow for vegan sourdough waffles might just change your weekend brunch game – forever. The recipe will produce waffles that are crisp on the outside and oh-so fluffy inside. We recommend these waffles with plenty of fresh fruit and maple syrup.
Photo credits: Sarah's Vegan Kitchen
We love this recipe for vegan banana protein waffles from Sarah’s Vegan Kitchen. This recipe tastes like an extra crispy and warm slice of banana bread and is an ideal indulgent and filling snack to have after a heavy workout. Add your favourite protein powder, but the more neutral the flavour, the better your waffle will taste.
Photo credits: Eat With Clarity
This recipe from Eat With Clarity yields delicious vegan and paleo-friendly waffles made from almond flour. They’re totally grain-free and the batter can be stored in the fridge and freezer so you don’t have mountains of prep (and washing up) to do every time you want a waffle for breakfast.
We weren’t lying when we said it might be tricky to pick only one recipe! Let us know which you end up choosing in the comments section.
By Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.