Strawberry Cassava Flour Waffles with maple syrup
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Strawberry Cassava Flour Waffles

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You will never be able to tell that these tasty Strawberry Cassava Flour Waffles are gluten-free! These waffles are mixed in a blender to make the recipe simple and delicious!

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If you’ve watched my August Thrive Market Haul video, you know that I recently ordered some Cassava Flour to try out.  I had never tried cooking with cassava flour before, although I’ve had it in other products, and I thought it was time that I give it a try.  And I’m so glad I did!

Otto's Cassava Flour

Cassava flour might be my favorite paleo flour to use now.  It performs and tastes very similar to regular wheat flour, but without the gluten, and can be subbed 1:1 for regular flour in most recipes.  I first tried the tortilla recipe on the back of the bag, and was not disappointed.  I was pleasantly surprised to find that they tasted very similar to regular flour tortillas! So I went to work to make a paleo waffle with this flour.

Strawberry Cassava Flour Waffles

These Strawberry Cassava Flour waffles were delicious! My husband and I couldn’t tell that these were gluten-free, they tasted like good old-fashioned Belgian waffles.  And what’s even better–the batter can be made in a blender to make this recipe even easier! Who doesn’t love an easy waffle recipe?

Paleo Strawberry Cassava Flour Waffles

We seriously loved these Strawberry Cassava Flour waffles, and my husband kept remarking on how tasty they were and how he couldn’t tell they were gluten free.  I am definitely a fan of Cassava Flour and will probably be using it more frequently.

Strawberry Cassava Flour Waffles - paleo, gluten-free and delicious!

I love cooking recipes with strawberries.  Something about strawberries baked and paired with a little sweetness just tastes so wonderful.  And paired with this batter and a bit of pure maple syrup they are delicious! We definitely loved this recipe and hope you do too!

Cassava Flour Strawberry Waffles

Strawberry Cassava Flour Waffles
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
35 mins
 

You will never be able to tell that these tasty Strawberry Cassava Flour Waffles are gluten-free! These waffles are mixed in a blender to make the recipe simple and delicious!

Course: Breakfast
Keyword: cassava flour waffles, paleo strawberry waffles, strawberry cassava flour waffles, strawberry waffles
Servings: 4 large waffles
Ingredients
  • 1 cup strawberries chopped
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 1/2 cup almond milk plus more if needed
  • 1 Tbsp maple syrup
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • 1/2 cup coconut oil melted
  • 2 cups cassava flour
  • 1 Tbsp baking powder
  • pinch salt
Instructions
  1. Preheat a waffle iron. To a blender, add the eggs, almond milk, maple syrup, vanilla and coconut oil and blend until well mixed.

  2. Add in the flour, baking powder and salt and blend. If the batter seems too thick, add a bit more almond milk to it.  You want it to be somewhat thick, but pour-able.

  3. Stir in the chopped strawberries into the batter.

  4. Oil the waffle iron and add in about 1/4 of the batter.  Cook to your waffle-iron's specifications, until they are golden and crispy on the outside.

  5. Top with sliced strawberries (if desired) and pure maple syrup. Enjoy!

Strawberry Cassava Flour Waffles made in a blender

6 Comments

  1. omg you just made me so hungry!! these look delicious!!!

  2. Those look amazing!

  3. Dyana @adebtfreejourney

    Wow, who needs a restaurant when you can make food like that?! This looks so good! I’ve never tried gluten free out of fear the taste would be terrible.

  4. I can’t wait to try these! I have been looking for some cassava recipes 🙂

  5. I made these with blueberries and they were crunchy on the outside and moist on the inside! Only issue was the coconut oil coagulated when the Oat Milk hit it. So I had big clumps I had to mash..any suggestions to prevent this next time?

    • Hi Wendy! I have not used Oat milk so I am not sure if it maybe has properties that interact differently than nut milk. I do know that some different Cassava flour brands act differently in my experience but that doesn’t sound like your issue. I am glad you were able to enjoy them!

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