Happy Sunday, everybody!
Sunday for us is a time where we still work, but we take the time in the morning to make vegan sausages and eggs. However, today we decided to make a favourite: Waffles.
Sunday is a special time to sit around the table and enjoy what we often take for granted. I have a beautiful home, a giving and caring family and a delicious breakfast. So please do be mindful and have fun with your siblings, your partner or even a video chat.
Ingredients: (* Ingredients in the pantry)
1 3/4 cups of flour* (we prefer cake flour, although we do not sell it)
1 tablespoon baking powder*
2 large eggs
1 1/2 cups whole vegan milk
6 tablespoons of salted vegan butter
- Heat up the waffle iron.
- Melt the butter.
- Stir the dry ingredients (flour and baking powder) in a medium bowl.
- Whisk the eggs, vegan milk and melted butter. If you are vegan, we have not included an alternative to eggs as we didn’t want to recommend anything that we haven’t tried.
- Combine the dry ingredients with the wet ingredients and use a wooden spoon to stir. Remember that there should be lumps.
- Pour, using a ladle or a small cup, to transfer the mixture into the waffle iron.
- Depending on your waffle iron, the time to cook will be different. However as a sign, look for a crisp, golden bake, both on the bottom and top.
- Sprinkle on your favourites. This could be berries with maple syrup, vegan whipped cream, vegan sausages and syrup, vegan ice cream and cream. We would like to mention where maple syrup came from. Originally, the people of the Northwoods in America developed a method to extract the syrup from the trees. We would like to thank the Native Americans community for being so kind to share us this treat we love to this day. It would be lovely if you guys supported National Congress of Americana Indians. They help the community to keep their cultures alive and really support education and the overall well-being of this group. You can follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
- If there are left-overs, please do NOT throw them away. Just put them in a container and stick them in the deep freeze. You can then reheat them in the toaster for later (midnight snack if you ask me ;))
If you have any favourites for your toppings, we would love to hear; so please comment down below and have a great Sunday!