Waffles can be easy enough for a weekday breakfast! These Apple Oat Blender Waffles are mixed up in a blender to make things super simple and then poured into a waffle iron to bake. Made with oats instead of flour and sweetened with apple sauce and honey.
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Waffles are always a huge hit at my house for breakfast (or really any meal of the day!). A few months back I discovered blender waffles and have been working on developing our own version.
These waffles use oats instead of flour and are sweetened with apple sauce and honey for a healthier breakfast. And mixing it all up in a blender makes it super easy!
To mix up the waffle batter, all you have to do is throw everything in the blender and blend! No need to use multiple bowls or do dry and wet ingredients separately.
My blender even has a spout that opens so I can easily pour the batter into the waffle maker without making a mess.
Once the batter is blended up, preheat your waffle iron and then pour the batter into the waffle iron. This recipe makes about 3 large waffles, depending on the size of your waffle maker.
What to serve with these Apple Oat Blender Waffles?
You can serve these waffles by themselves with some maple syrup on top, or make it a part of a big breakfast or brunch. Another popular breakfast dish that would pair great is this Spinach, Bacon and Feta Egg Bake.
These Homemade Pancake Toppings would be delicious on these waffles!
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- 4 cups dry old fashioned oats
- 2 cups milk
- 2 tsp vanilla
- 4 eggs
- 3/4 cup apple sauce
- 1/4 cup honey
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- Put all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth and everything is combined. Let sit in the blender while you preheat the waffle iron.
- Once the waffle iron is preheated, spray with cooking spray and pour about 1 cup of the batter (depending on the size of your waffle iron) into the iron close and cook. If you like your waffles crispy, let them cook a little longer after the iron finishes it's cycle.
- Serve warm with maple syrup or other toppings!
Substitutions: You can make these waffles with regular milk or substitute almond milk or coconut milk to make them dairy free. Instead of honey, you can use maple syrup.
Freezing Tips: This recipe makes a large batch of waffles (you can half the recipe if you don't want leftovers) but these waffles freeze great! I place them in a gallon freezer bag and lay flat in the freezer. Freeze for up to 4 months for best taste. I put them in the toaster oven on the toast setting to thaw, reheat, and make them crispy.