AIP Waffles

June 15, 2017

As someone who could have breakfast for literally every meal of the day, when I first went AIP, I immediately began looking up waffle recipes. I quickly became frustrated because every single paleo waffle recipe I found included half a dozen eggs which is much to many to easily substitute. If I did happen upon an AIP waffle recipe, I would spend an hour in the kitchen only for the recipe to fall apart, crumble, or simply never cook up. By this point, I was in waffle crisis mode and HAD TO FIGURE SOMETHING OUT IMMEDIATELY. That was when I came across this little recipe from AIP heaven. These waffles are completely AIP, vegan, and DELICIOUS. I even gave them to gluten, dairy-eating friends and family members that said they taste exactly like real waffles. What. Okay, I'm gonna stop right here because I can't hold off any longer. Here is this magic recipe:




-2 plantains (1 yellow, 1 green)

-3/4 cups tigernut flour

-3/4 cups organic butternut squash

-1/4 cup melted coconut oil

-1/2 tsp baking soda

-1/2 tsp cream of tarter

-1 tsp organic cinnamon

-pinch of Himalayan pink salt 



-Fresh organic strawberries

-Organic frozen blueberries

-Fresh bananas

-Almond butter (omit for full AIP)

-Organic maple syrup



-Step #1: Peel and slice up plantains. Place in food processor

-Step #2: Cook butternut squash until soft (I like to buy the steamable organic bags and simply steam in the microwave)

-Step #3: Add the rest of the ingredients to the food processor (including cooked butternut squash)

-Step #4: Pulse/blend until smooth and creamy

-Step #5: Place around half a cup in waffle maker, and wait for designated time. 

-Step #5: Top with your favorite toppings 

-Step #6: Serve hot and enjoy! Can also be frozen separated by parchment paper and reheated/toasted later.  

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Freeze your bananas the night before for an extra creamy texture 



Buy frozen fruit in bulk (the small bags last me one day)



Buy your fruit and veggies ORGANIC! You can skip out on organic for fruits and veggies with a thick, peelable skin. 


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