Vegan Waffle Recipe with Grapefruit

vegan waffle recipe

Vegan waffle recipe

Looking for something new and tasty for the weekend breakfast? Enter these Vegan White Bean waffles! They are super easy to make and packed with lot’s of healthy stuff. We have a mission to try adding beans into the dishes we think it would be suitable in. Beans are great for adding texture but most importantly they are full of proteins (almost as much as in fish and meat products). They are also packed with nutrients  such as vitamin b, iron, calcium and magnesium.  Thus we created the Waffles with Super powers, try it yourself and you will never have to eat the traditional waffles again!

Do you want more healthy pancakes and waffle recipes, check out our roundup post with our best recipes here. 

Vegan Waffle Recipe

Prep

Cook

Total

Yield 8-10 Waffles

Ingredients

Vegan Egg
  • 1 tablespoon Chia Seeds
  • 1/2 cup Water
Waffle dough
  • 100 grams White beans
  • 100 grams Banana (1 banana)
  • 1 teaspoon Psyllium Seed Husk
  • 1/2 teaspoon Salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon Baking Powder
  • 1/3 cup Soy milk
  • A pinch of Vanilla Powder
  • 1 tablespoon Coconut oil

Instructions

  1. Start with making the vegan egg. Put the chia seeds in 1/2 cup of water and let it sit for at least 30 minutes to let the chia seeds develop a nice creamy consistency (if you have the time let it rest overnight, stir occasionally).
  2. Ad the chia mixture, beans, banana, psyllium seed husk, salt baking powder, soy milk and vanilla powder into a medium size bowl. Mix with a hand blender or in a mixer until you have a nice waffle dough.
  3. Take forth a waffle iron, add the coconut oil and bake the waffles.
6 Comments
  1. Dear HappyHealthyHunters,

    Can I ask whether you grind the raw beans? Or do you cook them? Beacuse I guess you do not just put it into the other ingredients. 🙂

    Thanks a lot 🙂

    Zita

    1. Dear Zita!

      Thank you for your comment!

      We use pre cooked beans directly from the store, or sometimes we cook the on our own and put them in the freezer for later usage. When they are cooked they are soft enough to be grinder with the other ingredients. 🙂

      Best
      Erik & Lisa

  2. Hello!
    I found your recipe via Kris Carr and we tried it this morning. We measured the ingredients exactly but the waffles did not cook properly. The batter seemed to burn even when we had a low temperature on the waffle iron. The waffle iron we has makes the heart shaped waffles as pictured on your blog(-:
    We are wondering if there is another step or something else we should have done. The flavour was pretty good – just burnt and the batter would come out the sides of the iron and then the remaining waffle was thin like a crepe.
    Any ideas? Thanks in advance(-:
    Michelle & family

    1. Hey Michelle!

      Thank you for your comment! 🙂

      The recipe at Kris Carr and at our homepage is the same so it should work. But we have some Sweet potato and will remake the recipe and get back to you! 🙂

      Best
      Lisa & Erik

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