From our friends at Spabettie
So, Garlic Spinach Waffles. These are crispy on
the outside, chewy fluffy on the inside. The spinach gives them vibrant color
and a bunch of protein, but you cannot taste spinach, you taste a mild garlic
flavor. So good.
For a sweet green waffle, remove the savory and
salt altogether and add your favorite sweetener, and replace the club soda
with apple juice. Use a sweet whip, berries, or maple syrup as topping.
Serves: 2 large Belgian waffles
½ cup club soda
2 cups (packed) fresh spinach
1 clove garlic, peeled and minced
1 cup gluten free all purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
pinch sea salt
2 tablespoons coconut oil
In blender, combine water and a small part of
the spinach (about a quarter of the amount) and the minced garlic, blend to
liquid. Continue adding spinach while blending, until all spinach is blended to
In large mixing bowl, sift together flour,
baking powder, and salt. Add oil and spinach mixture, stirring until just
Scoop about ½ cup into middle of prepared waffle
iron (depending on size of iron). Close and cook per machine instructions. I
cooked mine about 3-4 minutes on one side, flipping and cooking another minute
(using a waffle iron that flips).
SRIRACHA WHIP CREAM
Author: Kristina Sloggett
1 (13.5 ounce) can full fat coconut milk,
4-8 tablespoons sriracha hot sauce*
*adjust to your heat preference
Refrigerate coconut milk in can overnight.
When ready to use, open can and transfer solid
coconut milk to large mixing bowl. (Pour liquid into another container for
later use – smoothies, salad dressings, etcetera).
Add sriracha to solid coconut milk in bowl, and
using hand mixer, whip to stiff peaks. Alternatively, you can use
your stand mixer with balloon / wire whip attachment, at highest speed.