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Gluten Free Chocolate Waffles

Gluten Free Chocolate Waffles. Do you serve these for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert?

If you serve them with ice cream, I guess they are a dessert for sure. But if you can have peanut butter or nut butter, spread a little on top of these, and you will have the perfect breakfast or lunch. They are also good topped with fruit and whipped cream. Delicious!

My kids love them for dessert with fresh strawberries, ice cream, and chocolate sauce. Really don’t those look good. Who would know those are gluten free?!

Really you can’t go wrong any way you serve these. They are so good. Gluten Free Chocolate Waffles are a gluten free food that no one will think twice about being gluten free.

For more gluten free recipes see Gluten Free Wednesdays. 

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  1. Heidi K says:

    These look yummy! It looks like there’s an ingredient that is 3 tablespoons that wasn’t typed.

    • Yes, thank you so much for catching that and letting me know. It was sugar. These would not have tasted quite the same without it, so I am glad you noticed that.

  2. Paige Farrish says:

    How much xanthan gum? It just says 1/4. I’m mixing these now and the batter tastes bitter? Any one else made them?

    • It is 1/4 teaspoon. I have no idea what happened when I typed out this recipe. I am so sorry about that. They are both fixed now. How did they taste once cooked. They are not overly sweet, but we did not find them to be bitter. I hope they turned out for you.

  3. Paige Farrish says:

    Also, the baking powder is missing in step three:)

  4. Thank you, they were awesome!

  5. Your pictures are beautiful Lynn and the recipe sounds wonderful!

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