Using carefully proportioned ingredients, such as coconut or rice flour, gluten-free baking soda, and eggs, you’ll recreate the magic of the everyday waffle—in fact, you may not even know the difference.
Cinnamon bark is used as a spice, and as a condiment or flavoring in many dishes. Cinnamon is a wonderful addition to desserts such as apple pie, waffles and doughnuts, and to drinks like tea, cocoa, coffee and liquers.
One of the best Belgian waffle toppings you can easily make at home is this roasted peach maple syrup. It’s not only healthy, but also particularly flavorsome, especially if you pair it with cinnamon honey butter that will make the waffles softer, and slightly moist.
Indulge in these filling and fluffy Belgian waffles even if you are counting the carbs. This delicious low carb Belgian waffle recipe with apple and cinnamon uses beaten eggs for a light and airy texture and oat flour to cut the carbs.