Saturday Mornings are my favorite day of the week. Although my children still get up at 6:30am, it’s a nice break from rushing them to school and all that jazz.
Ryan makes waffles for them. I make the tea, its heaven.
This week Ryan decided to change up his recipe and make them Chocolate Waffles instead of just chocolate chip. I mean we have to have chocolate for breakfast at least once a week right? Is this normal? Well we have made it our ritual for sure.
The kids usually nab them so quick I don’t have time to take the pictures, so here is a glimpse into our Saturday mornings here in sunny Charleston.
Happy Weekend Friends!
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Recipe and Method:
What you need :
- chocolate chips 1/2 cup
- eggs 2
- all purpose flour (or gluten free mix)
- coconut milk 1 can (light or heavy work)
- organic almond milk 1/2 cup
- honey 2 tbs
- baking soda 2 tsp
- grass fed kerry gold butter
- vanilla 1 tsp
- two mixing bowels
- a whisk
- measuring cups (or mason jars to measure)
- waffle iron maker
Mix the dry ingredients together. Then in separate bowl lightly beat the eggs and add in the rest of the wet ingredients. With a blender, or food processor grind up half of the chocolate chips and put the rest aside. When you finish grinding the chocolate chips add these to flours.
Mix in the wet ingredients with the dry flours, then use a whisk to mix. Add in chocolate chips, nuts coconut flakes as desired.
Then use a waffle iron to cook.
Top with : Powdered sugar, whip cream(dairy free for us) syrup or melted honey.
Serve and enjoy!
Recipe from Ryan Lee ( my husband)