Friday, January 14, 2011

Fun w/ Food Friday!!!

Welcome to week #2 of Fun w/ Food Friday! So happy with how many of you linked up last week :) Thanks for participating!

This week I am featuring Lisa @ The Nourishing Homemaker. She is sharing a DELICIOUS recipe for Coconut Waffles that are gluten free. I know that many people are doing gluten free diets now and this recipe looks WONDERFUL!

Here is what Lisa has to share today:

I was amazed this morning when I got up and made these waffles for my kids! When I found the recipe I was a little skeptical. 1/4 cup of flour for 8 waffles???? I don't think so! They turned out wonderful! The waffles were a beautiful golden brown and I bet the leftovers will crisp up nicely in the toaster oven.
Gluten free flour, especially grain free flour like almond and coconut, can be expensive. I love that so little coconut flour is used. Eggs are a frugal source of protein and with almost 1 eggs per waffle, this breakfast is a healthy, thrifty way to start the day.

I have done a lot of searching to find coconut flour at a better price than Whole Foods ($9 per lb.). does have the best price that I have seen for Coconut Flour. It's $4.18 per pound and if you order two packs, you'll have enough for Free Shipping. I don't often directly promote something like this, but I thought I'd pass it along to those who use coconut flour a lot.

Note: to make them dairy free use coconut oil rather than butter as suggested.


Coconut Flour Waffle Recipe

Makes approximately 8 waffles, I usually double this recipe so that I have leftovers to use as sandwich bread the next day.

  • 4 tablespoons melted coconut oil, butter, or ghee
  • 1/4 cup coconut flour
  • 6 eggs
  • 2-4 tablespoons pureed apple, pumpkin, banana, pear, or other mix in (optional- the waffles pictured above are pumpkin)
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1/4 tsp salt
Preheat waffle iron (I always use high), grease generously with coconut oil or ghee. Mix all ingredients until smooth. Pour batter onto waffle iron, and using a butter knife or the back of a spoon, spread the batter to evenly distribute over the iron. Cook 3-4 minutes, or until golden brown. Repeat with the remaining batter, keeping cooked waffles covered with foil in a 200 degree oven to keep warm if you wish.

Thanks, Lisa for sharing with us today!!! Stop by her blog The Nourishing Homemaker and say hi. She has some DELICIOUS stuff over there :)

Should we get this party started? I can't wait to see what gets linked up!

Remember FOOD RELATED posts only please. If you want to link up a craft, DIY, or other creation, scroll down to Thrilling Thursday and link up :)

Wanna link up? Here's all you have to do:

1. Become a Paisley Passions follower.
2. Link back to the party in some way.
3. Have fun! Visit some of the other links and leave them a comment or two! We all love comments!

Food Friday at Paisley Passions

Linky party will be open until Monday at midnight :)


Debbi Does Dinner Healthy said...

These sound great with the coconut flour and oil! Thanks!

Keli said...

Yummy! I just need a waffle maker ;)

Thanks for the linky!

Cindy said...

Those waffles sound yummy. And only 1/4 C flour??! That's wonderful. Thanks so much for the invite to link up and for hosting FWFF.

Jill @ The Prairie Homestead said...

Hi there! Thanks for stopping by The Prairie Homestead and inviting me to your blog hop! I am excited to share my canning tutorial. Thanks again and have a great weekend! :)

Unknown said...

Looks like there's some great recipes already!

Ellen said...

Thanks for the invite and hosting this blog hop. Thanks for visiting me at I've been a follower for a while. ~ Ellen

Ellen said...

Oh, btw, I've posted your link-up under the Blog Hops tab! ~ Ellen

Create With Joy said...

Thanks so much, Lori, for inviting me to your blog hop! I signed on as a follower, linked up, and have added your parties to my weekly line-up!

Thanks for being a regular at Create With Joy!


Kari said...

Thanks for letting me know about your link up! It looks like you got a great turnout and some delicious recipes!

Heidi said...

We love waffles and I've been meaning to dust off our maker. Thanks for hosting and cute button!

Miriam said...

I'm sorry that I'm so late to your Fun w/ Food Friday!! I'm putting the link on my site and will be here on time next week, I love following your site :). Have a great weekend!! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

Sunny Simple Life said...

I linked up my recipe. Thanks for coming by and your kind words. Your blog is adorable!

kitchen flavours said...

Thank you for stopping by my site. You have a fantastic site here. I've submitted my recipe to join in Fun W/Food Friday! Thanks again! Have a nice day!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

I love all things coconut! Just discovered your blog. Looks like such fun! I'll be following along.