American waffles have received an amazing makeover with our recipe for a vegan and gluten-free avocado waffle. And we are so happy to share it with you today!

Common questions

How to make waffles with avocado?

To make waffles with avocado, simply peel and peel the avocado, mix them until smooth and add them to the waffle batter mixture instead of eggs and butter.

Make sure the avocados are very ripe as they will be creamier and tastier.

How to make waffles without eggs and butter?

You can make egg-free and butter-free waffles using ripe avocado puree instead.

You can replace butter with avocado in a 1: 1 ratio and replace each egg with two tablespoons of avocado puree.

Avocados contain healthy fats, have a creamy and velvety texture and help bind the ingredients.

So, they are perfect for replacing butter and eggs in waffles and pancakes while maintaining richness and moisture.

How to make an avocado waffle?

Cook these avocado waffles just as you would with classic waffles, using a waffle maker.

Pour the avocado batter from the oats into the hot waffle maker net, fill in all the orchards and cook the waffles until they are soaked and golden.

If you do not have a waffle maker, you can use a sandwich machine or even a striped pan, but the waffles will look different.

Are these waffles gluten free?

Yes, our vegan avocado waffle is also gluten free, as we used oatmeal instead of classic wheat flour.

We will see how to make oatmeal from oatmeal and simple porridge using a blender.

Since oatmeal does not bind the waffle batter like wheat flour, we mixed it with a little starch.

Starch is essential in gluten-free recipes like these avocado waffles because it binds the ingredients, thickens the oatmeal batter and adds texture to the waffles.

What’s going well with these waffles?

You can serve these avocado waffles with a drizzle of maple syrup and a drizzle of avocado cubes and berries like strawberries, raspberries or blueberries.

Other avocado waffle icing ideas include: