One recipe: Mochi Avocado Waffles. Two flavors: Vanilla and Chocolate.
Give an healthy start to 2022 with the most popular breakfast in the Nation and an Hawaiian flair.
Not only this recipe is gluten free and dairy free, but also deliciously tasting. The avocadoes are used as “fat” substituting for the butter, and the Mochi flour is naturally sweet with notes of freshly steamed rice.
The chocolate version adds a hint of coffee, too, for the ultimate Mocha overall flavor, while the vanilla one uses Pandan powder that has a green (unripe) vanilla flavor.
Eat clean without sacrificing the taste: Mochi Avocado Waffles.
NOTE: sometimes Avocados tend to get a bitter taste when cooked. I freeze the well ripe avocado, then defrost it on a strainer. It will release a dark liquid and it won’t be bitter after baked.
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- Preparation time30 Minutes
- Rest time10 Minutes
- Cooking time5 Minutes
The recipe is so easy all you need is a bowl, a whisk and a waffle iron
The directions are the same for both batters.
1-Stir the wet ingredients in a medium bowl (milk, egg, vanilla and Avocado)
2-Mix the dry ingredients and slowly pour the wet ingredients mix into it.
3-The batter will look dry at first, but as it sits a few minutes it will become more runny.
Let the batter rest while you warm up the waffle iron.
Scoop about 1/3 to 1/2 cup of batter in the iron and cook according to the manufacturer’s manual.
Serve with Maple syrup or for less calories/sugar Lakanto Maple Flavored syrup
Repeat the easy steps for the Chocolate batter.
Top with powder sugar or syrup.
The waffles can be frozen and re heated in the toaster.