It’s waffle time again!
This time: mini chocolate chip waffles!! Are you ready for this feast?
Since I’m now a little obsessed with waffles and all things mini (who doesn’t love mini food am I right?) I decided to combine the two and create these super cute yet super EPIC stack of mini sized waffles.
This recipe is super simple and easy to make for your breakfast or for your dessert. When do you like to enjoy your waffles?? I love to eat mine mainly for breakfast but sometimes we are left with little to no time in the morning to make ourselves an awesome brekkie. That is why you can also have waffles for dessert, now that is delicious! Especially when there is such a big amount of chocolate involved…haha!
These waffles are just simple plain waffles but with chocolate chips folded through. When they’re cooked, the chocolate chips begin to melt through the waffles creating an amazing chocolate sauce throughout your waffles. If you’re a love of chocolate such as myself then you better get into that kitchen of yours and make up a batch of these beauties!
When I saw mini waffles over Pinterest I wondered “how in the world do they get mini-sized waffles??” I seriously had no idea haha. I then went onto Youtube and voila! All you have to do is pour a smaller amount of waffle batter into your waffle maker but make sure not to spread it out too far. You want to keep the batter mainly in the middle of the machine so they turn out mini sized!
I hope you enjoy this delicious recipe friends! Will it be your brekkie or dessert sometime soon?!
- 1⅓ cup gluten free all purpose flour
- 4 tsp baking powder
- 2 eggs
- ½ cup coconut oil, melted
- 1¼ cups almond milk or any thin dairy free milk of choice
- 1 Tbsp maple syrup
- 1 cup Organic Times Dark Chocolate Drops
- 2 Tbsp coconut oil, melted, for greasing waffle maker
- 50g-100g Organic Times Dark Chocolate Drops, melted, for topping
- Preheat waffle maker to manufacture’s instructions.
- In a large mixing bowl, combine flour and baking powder. Mix well.
- Add in eggs, melted coconut oil and maple syrup. Stir until well combined and no lumps remain.
- Fold through chocolate chips.
- Once waffle maker is heated, using a silicone pastry brush, grease both the top and base of the waffle maker with the melted coconut oil.
- Pick up approx. ⅓ cup batter and pour onto the centre of the waffle maker (or refer to your waffle maker cooking instructions), spreading it out slightly. You want the waffles to be small so only drop the batter into the middle of the NOTE: My waffle maker moves 360 degrees so when I pour the batter, I close the lid and slowly move the waffler maker right around. This ensures the batter evenly moves around the pan inside.
- Cook waffle for 5-7 minutes or until completely cooked through, golden and crispy.
- Gently remove waffle using a plastic spatula and set aside. Repeat with remaining batter.