Chocolate waffles

5 Nov
Oh my! What?? Chocolate AND waffles? No way! Yuh way! I’m just gonna cut to the chase, you NEED these in your life. That is all. Read and act upon the following recipe which again I halved to create exactly one scrumdiddlyumptious waffle just for me. The below recipe is the halved one, the original can be found here via PaleOMG



Ingredients

3/4cup almond meal/flour
1/6 or 20-30ml cup canned coconut milk
1/8 cup or dark chocolate chips or Lindt 70% cocoa dark chocolate chopped small
1 egg
1 heaped tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder (don’t be shy)
1/2tablespoon maple syrup or raw honey
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract or vanilla bean powder
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
sprinkle of cinnamon – you can’t taste it so I add a lot more than just a sprinkle
pinch of salt



Instructions

I’ve made this a few times now and the first two times I followed the instructions, the third time, I just chucked everything into my mixing jug and whisked. So do that instead cos they still come out perfect.

Grease your waffle iron, heat it, add the mix and wait depending on what your waffle iron requires. Enjoy with a drizzle of honey, chopped nuts or paleo choc sauce (not tried this yet but I’m thinking of melting choc with coconut milk) and lashings of sliced fruits (bananas and strawberries are winners with chocolate).

I personally like to enjoy this waffle in silence; it’s bliss. Anyone who talks to me whilst operation choc waffle consumption is in progress is rude. I’m not even a chocolate fan really but this is a pleasing treat. I’ve had it for dinner too… twice *blush*

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