Hi! How was your weekend? I sure hope it was filled with relaxation and fun! We were super busy with all kinds of events in town & my folks are here for a visit.
Nothing defines the weekend mornings more for us than a wonderful homemade breakfast. Slower paced mornings mean some time in the kitchen for recipes like these Gluten Free Oat Waffles.
Even though it’s Monday, let’s just pretend for a moment it’s Sunday….
Though going out for brunch is fun…we prefer to stay home. In plaid PJ’s & be lazy.
Bourbon maple syrup makes waffles a little more feisty.
(Give the kids plain maple syrup though.)
The bourbon kick is a bit of a celebration if you will.
Top with homemade whipped cream either dairy or vegan for a greater treat.
You can make these waffles ahead of time so you can enjoy them during the week.
Ahhhh…such a pleasant idea.
Simply let them cool, trim into the size you want. Wrap each one in parchment or wax paper & seal in an airtight bag.
To reheat you can pop ’em in the toaster…perfect for busy school mornings & way better than packaged waffles.
Waffle Recipe Links
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- Cornmeal Waffles Sweet Treats
- Homemade Zucchini Oat Waffles Veggie and the Beast
- Vegan Peanut Butter Whole Wheat Waffles cait’s plate
36 thoughts on “Gluten Free Oat Waffles”
Oh, I love the shot of the deep red strawberries!
Thanks Jenny! I had fun with those 😉
Marla, these look delicious!! Such a perfect stack of waffles. I would love some right now!
That syrup looks so good- I would love to try it! The waffles look great too, makes me want to try a little gluten free baking!
These shots rock. Now I’m craving waffles. I don’t think my kids would protest. 😉
I need to make these!
Wonderful, healthy gluten-free waffle recipe using oat and coconut flours! And, I love the addition of bourbon to the maple syrup. Thanks for sharing, Marla!
totally loving on these oat waffles!
These waffles look amazing! Just another reason I need to order a waffle maker!
These look incredible, Marla! Love oat waffles and can’t wait to try these!
Bourbon maple syrup & fresh whipped cream? Yes, please!!! Forget Sunday brunch… I think I might need to make these for Monday breakfast 🙂
Oy!! That syrup sound amazing and perfect for already amazing waffles!
I really need a waffle maker! These look awesome
I just had a cup of Greek yogurt, but I am hungry all over again just looking at these oat waffles! so perfect for Telluride mornings! Pinned!
Love these! Gluten free or not, they are gorgeous and sound awesome!!
Gorgeous photos, these waffles are stunners!
Marla, I’ve just pinned it and I’m doing it for sure. Thank you for a healthy breakfast recipe 🙂 I hope that mine will end up being as delicious as yours.
So lovely, Marla! I love that we both channeled waffles today!!
Marla, you must have heard this a hundred times already, but each and every one of your photos is absolutely beautiful. These waffles look wonderful! The perfect lazy weekend breakfast in my eyes… Thank you for sharing and always inspiring!
These look great Marla! We do the same thing; make a big batch of waffles on a Subday, freeze extras and toast them for weekday breakfasts. With school starting soon I appreciate your reminder!
Incredible Marla! We too often opt to stay home and eat breakfast on the weekends. Sure going out to brunch can be fun but eating at home in our PJs on our own pace is soooo much better 🙂
Soooooo much better!
Gorgeous. Genius. Pinned.
And I want that syrup, too! Looks delish!
I always love your food styling! So pretty to look at and make me want to eat the food right away. These waffles look delicious. Wish these are my breakfast tomorrow. 🙂
Marla, I love you! Thanks so much for sharing this waffle recipe because I just bought this – http://www.uniquekitchenitems.com/custom_product/waffle-iron/ – and can’t wait to put it into action.
Excited about this now! 🙂
Woo hoo!! Sounds like a GREAT plan 🙂
do you think they would work also with “chia egg” (or probably banana)?
Ágnes from Hungary
Hi Agnes, I have never used “chia eggs” worth a try I suppose. Come back & let us know how that worked out.
These look amazing, Marla!
You are the queen of pretty breakfasts, Marla! These waffles sound amazing!
Saving this. Have a few gluten free family members. They’ll love these!
Wow – these look great – think these are gonna have to be tomorrows breakfast – thank you!
These look amazing – I just got a bunch of oat flour! Can I use all oat flour, instead of part coconut flour? I’ll link to you once I make these. 🙂
These waffles sound so perfect 🙂 and I just love bourbon maple syrup!