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Gluten Free Overnight Belgian Waffles

Gluten Free Overnight Belgium Waffles

Last week I mentioned a new series about gluten free cooking. I plan to adapt recipes to gluten free and share what I do, along with any tips and failures along the way.

I plan to share this new series on Wednesdays. I know not all my readers are gluten free, so I will include a link to the original recipe I converted if possible. That way my regular readers can make the original version and my gluten free readers can make the gluten free version that I share. If you are not gluten free, you should try the original version of today’s recipe. I think you will love them!

This week I am sharing a gluten free overnight belgian waffle. These turned out so good!

My family loves to do a big Saturday breakfast. We call it Saturday morning pancakes, but the reality is that we often have waffles instead of pancakes.

Gluten Free Overnight Belgium Waffles

Saturday morning breakfasts are important at our house. We have been doing them for years. But Saturdays can also be busy days, so I love any type of pancake or waffle that can be made ahead.

I recently saw an Ina Garten recipe for Overnight belgian Waffles and knew it had potential to be a great gluten free recipe. With a little adjusting and changing up of the ingredients I was sure I could come up with an overnight waffle my family would love.

I basically used my favorite gluten free flours for the recipe. I don’t like gums in my waffles or pancakes, which is why I used individual flours instead of a blend. You could totally try a gf flour blend in this, but I think the texture would be different with the gums. For the best texture use individual flours.

What makes this recipe work so well is that the batter sits overnight giving it a sourdough like taste. It is not strong, but it is there slightly. The advantage to that though is that the overnight process  helps the texture of the gluten free flours in the final product.

My husband and son, who are not gluten free, loved these waffles. My husband said they were some of the best gluten free waffles that I have made. He also said you couldn’t tell that they were gluten free. That is exactly what I love to hear about a gluten free recipe I converted.

Gluten free can be easy and delicious. And it can be so good that no one will know it is gluten free!

Gluten Free Overnight Belgium Waffles



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  1. I’m so excited to make these. I’ve been wanting some good gluten free waffles. Thank you!

  2. Linda Zumalt says

    I just have a question. Did you use a Belgium waffle maker or a regular waffle maker?

    • I used a belgium waffle maker because that is what i currently have, but I am pretty sure this batter would work in any waffle maker.

  3. BELGIAN waffles!

    • Ok that was a major mistake on my part…..And I didn’t just do it once in the recipe. I did it in the title and several other times. I can’t believe I did that. I know it is belgian waffles. I guess I wasn’t all the way awake when I typed that out. Thanks for pointing that out! I fixed it in the post. I can’t believe you were the only one to notice it. There was actually another typo in the post that several people emailed me about, but no one mentioned this one. You are the only one that let me know about this one. Usually when I make that big of a mistake I get a ton of comments and emails letting me know. Not this time. Thanks again!

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