A few months ago my oldest daughter and I decided to splash out and buy a waffle iron. We checked them out on Amazon, placed our order and bought a really cheap one to experiment with waffle making. Little did we know that it would become a really well used and much loved item in my kitchen, we now use it on a regular basis for making sandwich “bread”. Had I know how loved it was going to become, I certainly would have invested more into better quality, but that being said, this little one is really good and certainly gets the job done.
These waffles are savoury and can be made up instantly, simply fill them with any combination of fillings, they can even be used as burger buns if so desired. I quickly made these this morning for a savoury option breakfast sandwich, filled with a fried egg cooked in coconut oil, oven roasted ham slices, loads of greens and a big dollop of homemade mayo.
This recipe that I’m posting is for a single portion, adjust it accordingly to suit the number of portions that are required. For my family we each have a quarter, so I actually triple the quantity. If you don’t own a waffle iron, these can also be made as drop scones or flapjacks by simply cooking them in a non stick frying pan.
- 1/3 cup almond flour
- 1 organic egg
- 1 Tbsp coconut milk
- 1/4 tsp herbal salt
- Mix all the ingredients together until combined.
- Pour into the heated waffle iron
- Cook according to manufactures requirements
- The quantities given are for one serving.
- If you don't have a waffle iron, they can also be made as drop scones in a non stick frying pan