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.
Water is the most fundamental component of our diet and biological makeup, and can be used in a number of important ways to prepare foods, such as in boiling, baking, simmering, and steaming techniques. Water is purified naturally through our atmospheric water cycle, which evaporates, redeposits, and filters water molecules in a variety of ways. Water can also be purified through a number of man-made processes.
Who doesn’t love the addictive taste of caramel? When used to top Belgian waffles, caramel sauce can make this dessert look and taste amazingly, making your waffles visually appealing while adding a unique aroma.
This egg-less Belgian waffle recipe is a twist on all the classic ripe and tangy mango with sweet raspberry desserts we love, made into a topping for healthy egg-less whole-wheat Belgian waffles. The minty raspberry sauce is best homemade. You can add a dusting of sugar over the fruit if you like.