In this video Karen Breyer will show you step-by-step how to make delicious Soy Oat Waffles. Learn how to make this easy, healthy, delicious oatmeal waffle recipe! These waffles happen to be vegan too! I think this is the very best healthy waffle recipe and you will love it too!
Looking for new healthy breakfast ideas? You found a great breakfast idea here with these easy, healthy oat waffles! If you are looking for a simple healthy waffle recipe, this is it! If you are looking for a new healthy breakfast recipe, here it is! You can also eat these Soy Oat Waffles for lunch or dinner too! I make lots of these soy oatmeal waffles at once and freeze them for an easy meal anytime. I just take a couple frozen waffles out of the freezer and toast them in the toaster. You can top them with your favorite waffle toppings for a fast, easy meal or snack. I like to top my waffles with peanut butter and applesauce or fruit sauce.
Having thesehealthy waffles on hand makes a quick breakfast for your whole family. Even your kids can make their own breakfast by putting these oat waffles in the toaster and adding their favorite topping. Fast, easy, healthy, and delicious!! What more can you ask for? Make this Easy, Soy Oat Waffle Recipe today!
- 2¼ cups water (plus water for soaking the beans)
- 1½ cups old fashioned oats
- 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
- 1 cup soybeans, soaked (about ½ cup dried)
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon vanilla (optional)
- Cooking spray
- Soak the dried soybeans in water about 8 hours. Use enough water to keep the soybeans covered.
- Drain and rinse the soybeans.
- Add all the ingredients in a blender and blend until the batter is light and foamy.
- Spray the waffle iron/maker with cooking spray for the first waffle.
- Preheat the waffle iron to the desired setting/temperature. Give the batter a few minutes to thicken while the waffle iron is heating.
- Blend the batter again briefly.
- When the waffle iron is hot, pour batter into the center of the grid. Spread the batter with a heat-proof spatula.
- When the waffles are ready, open the lid and carefully remove the baked waffles.
- Top the waffles with your desired topping and serve.
Let the batter sit for about 5 minutes or so to allow the batter to thicken.
Many waffle makers have a tone that will sounds when the waffles are ready.
If the waffle iron is hard to open, let the waffles cook a little longer.
You can freeze these waffles. I stack the waffles with a piece of wax paper between them and put them in an airtight freezer bag or container. When you are ready, you can toast the frozen waffle and serve. You could also reheat them in the waffle iron or in a hot oven.
You can store the soaked beans in the refrigerator (7-10 days) or freezer (2-3 months).
You could also use dried/soaked garbanzo or pinto beans.
See a cooking demonstration of this Soy Oat Waffles recipe on the Cooking Lessons for Dad YouTube channel.