These quick and easy Vegan Breakfast Waffles are the perfect way to make your porridge in a creative way. It’s basically just porridge, in the form of a waffle.
So, what do you like to eat for breakfast? I do love my porridge in the morning, well, those mornings I can actually be bothered to eat breakfast. Most days, I actually wait to eat until lunchtime. But when I have breakfast a good old porridge is just what I need. I usually like mine the old simple way, but sometimes I want to be a little bit fancier. But one thing’s for sure, it needs to be something relatively quick and easy.
So I introduce to you, my quick and easy vegan breakfast waffles. We have been eating so many wonderful waffles in the Kindness household lately. After my old trusty waffle maker said it’s last goodbyes, we invested in a Belgian Waffle maker and man oh man, have we been smashing out them waffles lately.
Although I could always scoff down a waffle with lots of jam and cream it wouldn’t be the healthiest choice. These quick and easy breakfast waffles are perfect served with fruits and a little splash of Agave syrup.
This recipe gives my breakfast a whole new meaning, I can really eat a decadent waffle for breakfast instead of a plain old porridge? I’m in! This is my new favourite way of making breakfast and I’m positive you will love them too. They are so easy to make and the whole process only takes about 15 minutes.
These quick and easy breakfast waffles are:
- Can be made gluten-free
What can I put on my waffle?
These quick and easy waffles are so versatile. You can serve them with:
- Fruit and berries
- Maple syrup
- Berry compote
- Jam or Jelly
- Whipped cream
- Butter and cheese
- Or just on their own as a quick grab-n-go snack
For more breakfast ideas check out these recipes:
Quick and easy breakfast waffles
Easy vegan breakfast waffles
- Belgian Waffle maker
- 3/4 cup porridge oats
- 1 tsp baking powder
- a pinch of salt
- 3/4 cup soya milk (or any other plant based milk)
- 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
- 1 tsp vanilla bean paste
- Measure all your ingredients into a blender. I love to use the Nutribullet for this as it is very handy.
- Blend the ingredients very well until smooth.
- Allow the batter to thicken while you heat your waffle iron. It needs about 2 to 5 minutes to reach the desired consistency.
- Pour the batter into the waffle iron and bake for 7 to 8 minutes or until fully baked.