Homemade Kale Vegan Waffles for two are so easy to make and they are super delicious. I made a whole stack of these waffles for Sunday brunch and they were no leftovers! Yes, you can taste the kale in it, so, there won’t be any leftovers!
Do you own a waffle maker?
I have never owned a waffle maker before!
This is my first waffle maker and I went crazy with it.
I have 3 waffle recipes coming up, all because I got a new waffle maker!
These waffles are 100% vegan which was also my first attempt at vegan waffles. I have to say that they turned out so much better than I thought.
They were really fluffy and soft. But, as it happens with a lot of my meals, it got cold while I was photographing them! I placed them in the oven after that to warm them up, but, they weren’t the same.
All this is to say that they are best when consumed immediately. Don’t wait to photograph them like I did!
This recipe is yet another example of a recipe where I hid Kale. Remember my spicy kale hummus and my cauliflower rice biryani? I believe that kale is one of those veggies that should not be seen or tasted.
But, that is not the case this time. The kale can be seen and tasted in this recipe. If you don’t like kale, adjust it to your taste. I used 1 cup of loosely packed kale. You can change it to 1/2 cup or 3/4 cup
Can vegans eat waffles?
Most waffles have eggs in them which is why vegans can’t eat them. However, my recipe is an egg-less waffle recipe, so, feel free to polish off about 3 stacks of these vegan waffles.
Can you eat kale for breakfast?
Kale has so man nutrients that can help you and me start our day right. I say we should try eating kale for breakfast everyday. Its definitely a challenge, but, I think we can do it. What do you say to that?
Can you freeze these kale vegan waffles?
Sadly, this waffle recipe is not freezer-friendly. I really wish it was! However, I will work on a freezer-friendly recipe and bring it to you soon. If you want, you can freeze the ingredients and freeze them. When you are ready to make them, prepare without thawing the liquid kale ingredients. Also, these kale waffles only take 15 minutes to make, so, it won’t take too much time to make them.
You can overnight freeze any leftover bananas you have and put them into a chocolate peanut butter smoothie bowl. Its perfect for Sunday Brunch along with these waffles!
If you like this kale recipe, try my other fan favorites.
2) Sweet kale salad (copy cat Whole Foods recipe)
How to make homemade vegan waffles from scratch
Vegan Waffles with Kale
For The Kale Mixture
- 1.5 cups almond milk
- 1 cup kale loosely packed, stems removed
- 1/2 tsp pink salt
- 3 drop vanilla essence
- 2 tsp apple cider vinegar with "Mother"
- 2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- 1/4 cup fresh raspberries
- 1 Tbsp brown sugar Or coconut palm sugar
For The Batter
- 1 1/4 cup all purpose flour Unbleached
- 2 tsp baking soda
- 1/4 cup almond milk extra, just in case
- Preheat your waffle iron
- In a blender, add all the ingredients for the kale mixture
- Blend on low until all the ingredients have blended
- Place a sieve over a glass bowl
- Add the all purpose flour
- Add the baking powder and sieve gently
- Once sieved, gently add the Kale mixture a little at a time
- Whisk the batter gently until there are no lumps
- If the batter seems to thick, add the extra almond milk
- Lightly brush the waffle iron with vegan butter
- Add the batter to the waffle iron and cook according to the waffle instructions
- Remove and serve immediately
- Top with fresh fruits and maple syrup
- Other things you can add to it
nutritional yeastapple saucebananachia seedshemp seedsFlax seed meal
- nutritional yeast
- apple sauce
- chia seeds
- hemp seeds
- flax seed meal