This recipe could easily have been called “Canadian Waffles,” but that would be a bit weird and stereotypical. Wouldn’t it?
This recipe for vegan maple waffles is the kind of fancy breakfast or brunch item that you might order when you’re at a diner. But, why wait to go out when you can make them at home? Impress your friends and family with this simple, yet super delicious, vegan maple waffle recipe!
I know that maple syrup isn’t a must-have ingredient in everyone’s pantry, but it always has been in mine. I more-or-less just use maple syrup on my waffles and pancakes (I rarely make the latter, though. I just never got the hang of it), so a small bottle tends to last a long time.
For those of you who have a larger family (than just my family of one), or who enjoy syrup on top of other breakfast foods, I guess I can excuse the fact that you may not have maple syrup lying around. Do yourself a favour—buy some!
So, now that you have “paused” this blog post and gone out to purchase a bottle of maple syrup, let’s get on with the recipe!
Vegan Maple Waffles
- Waffle maker
- 1 3/4 cup all-purpose flour
- 3 tablespoons maple syrup
- 1/4 cup cornstarch
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 3/4 cup soy milk
- 1/2 cup vegetable oil
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Mix all dry ingredients together in large bowl
- Mix all wet ingredients together
- Mix both set of ingredients together
- Pre-heat waffle machine
- When waffle machine is ready, fill batter to just cover the grooves.
- Top with maple syrup, fruit, or
-cut small pieces of 1 apple into thin slices.
-add apples to small saucepan on low-medium heat
-add 3 Tbsp of brown sugar to sauce pan and stir until the apples are softened
-add 1 Tbsp of maple syrup and keep staring
-when mixture is slightly crispy, remove from heat and serve warm on top of waffles
I topped these waffles with dairy-free coconut milk ice cream, caramel apple topping, maple syrup, and powdered sugar. I bet it would taste good with fruit or whatever else you prefer. What’s your favourite topping for waffles?
I was recently sent a Breville No-Mess Waffle maker, which I used to make these delicious vegan maple waffles. I like my waffles on the soft and fluffy side, so I set the dial to 2. I filled the batter and didn’t worry about the excess batter making a huge mess everywhere. You see, there’s a moat around the machine, which allows the excess batter to cook and easily be cleaned up.