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Sonny’s Waffles

As the luckiest grandma on earth, I am blessed with little Sonny every Saturday night and Sunday morning. I get to make dinner and breakfast with him. He's going through a waffle stage. Everytime we are in the kitchen he starts saying 'waffle'. This could mean, I ate waffles here last time, I like waffles, I wish I had waffles, I smell waffles... I just love this boy! Give him batter and this boy can stir up a storm! And make quite the mess.


Here is the recipe for the waffles we made this morning.


1 cup (120 grams) buckwheat flour (naturally gluten free - I love this flour. Nutrient rich and it's actually a seed so its high in fiber)

1/2 cup (65 grams) ground hemp seeds or your favorite gluten free flour or ancient grain

1 1/4 cups (295 ml) milk muun chi CoCoFir

1/4 c applesauce or mushed banana

4 tablespoons muun chi probiotic butter melted

1/2 teaspoon fine sea or table salt

1 T ground flax with 3 T water (let sit for 5-10 minutes to make a vegan egg)


Gently combine all these ingredients and let sit for 5 minutes to let the CoCoFir return to fluffiness. Try not to overmix. Heat your griddle (if you're making pancakes heat to 375 degrees or until a few drops of water dance when they touch the surface). Make your pancakes or waffles with or without fruit. Sonny loves blueberries, so we folded in some blueberries. We made waffles and mickey ear pancakes. So fun and delicious!

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