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Blueberry Oatmeal Breakfast Cake with Coconut Drizzle

Vegan • Gluten free • 1 hr and 25 mins to make • Serves 1


2 cups Blueberries, fresh

Breakfast Foods

1 cup Bob's red mill steel cut oats

Canned Goods

1 14-ounce can Coconut milk

Baking & Spices

2 tsp Baking powder
1 cup Bob's red mill oat flour
1/2 tsp Cinnamon, ground
2/3 cup Coconut sugar
2 tbsp Flax meal
1/4 tsp Salt
1 tbsp Sugar
1 tsp Vanilla extract, pure

Oils & Vinegars

1 heaping tbsp Coconut oil


2 7/8 cups Water
Bob's Red Mill
Bob's Red Mill • 6 weeks ago

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Blueberry Oatmeal Waffles

  • Healthy Clean

    The waffle batter is quite thick. Spray the waffle iron generously with nonstick cooking spray. After placing the batter onto preheated waffle iron, do not attempt to spread the batter out to cover the entire surface. Just close the lid and let the batter spread out on its own. These waffles need extra time to cook. The longer it cooks, the waffle will have a crispy exterior which is less likely to stick to the waffle grill. On my Belgium waffle iron, these waffles cooked in about 6 to 7 mins.

  • Healthy Clean

    You may need to use a little force to open the lid of the waffle iron after waffles are done cooking, but it manages to open. I use a chopstick to pry the waffles out of the waffle iron because it is really snug in there. You will see some burnt blueberry juices left on the waffle grill, but pick off the burnt pieces the best you can before cooking the next batch. Spray the grill generously with additional nonstick cooking spray between batches.

  • Healthy Clean

    These waffles have a crispy exterior, moist on the inside with a lot of blueberries throughout. You are able to taste the blueberries in every bite with a hint of cinnamon flavor...oh, I forgot to mention that I dd not have allspice so I substituted ground cinnamon which tasted great. I will use ground cinnamon instead of allspice from now on.

  • Healthy Clean

    Despite using nonstick cooking spray between batches, you still can't avoid having a mess in your waffle iron. Since you cannot immerse a waffle iron in water, just pour a little water on the grill to soak for a few mins. and the burnt blueberry juices will loosen easily using a chopstick, or a coffee brush or toothbrush. Since clean up wasn't so bad afterall, I will be making these waffles again.

  • Healthy Clean

    UPDATE: Today I used frozen WILD blueberries in this recipe, and it turned out GREAT! All of the issues in previous comments seemed to be resolved (with the exception of still having a slight mess in your waffle iron). Exterior is not as crispy, but still very delicious. Total cooking time is 7 mins. using my Belgium waffle maker.

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