Stack of waffles

Food sensitivity friendly waffles (GF, SF, DF, Low FODMAP)

One of the greatest debates is waffles or pancakes?

Though I like both, I prefer pancakes. Since we’ve made dietary restriction friendly pancakes before, we decided to make waffles.

I was recently gifted a package of EarthNutri’s Gluten Free All-Purpose Flour . Their flour is made of organic sprouted flour, which is brown rice flour. According to their website, organic sprouted flour is low glycemic index, nutritionally rich, and easily digestible. Not only is the flour gluten-free, but it’s also nut-free, non-GMO, and vegan.

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If you’ve been following GFS, you know that we like easy recipes that use few ingredients.


(Yields 6 waffles)

2 c Gluten-free All-Purpose Flour

2 eggs (can be substituted with egg replacer)

1 tsp Baking powder

2 c Dairy-free milk alternative


Ingredients to make waffles
Just a few ingredients to turn these into waffles


-Pour flour, baking powder, and salt into mixing bowl

-Add in both eggs, milk alternative, and butter

-Combine all ingredients until thick batter forms

-Pour batter onto waffle maker as desired

-Close lid and leave on griddle until the light goes off or until browned to your liking

Let cool before serving.

That’s all there is to it!


Dry waffle ingredients
Add your dry ingredients first


Waffle Mix
We’re getting closer to waffles!


Waffle mix
Just imagine this is an ASMR oddly satisfying video


Waffle batter on waffle maker
We’re so close!

We really liked the way these waffles turned out. They were really good! The last couple of waffles were a little on the tough side, but we think that was due to the waffle maker being so hot from the previous batch. It probably could have come off the griddle a little sooner.


Waffles on waffle maker
Just the right amount of golden brown


Stack of waffles


Waffles on a plate
Who needs frozen waffles when you can make fresh ones like these?


Nikki topped her waffles with her approved maple syrup. I topped mine with honey and our mom used regular syrup. What do you like to top your waffles with?

We also ate pre-cooked ham rounds and bacon as sides. Breakfast makes a hearty dinner too!

Thank you again to Earth Nurti for the Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour. We can’t wait to try more recipes with it!

If you liked this recipe, you might also like recipes for cornbreadmuffinspizza, and pigs in a blanket.

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17 thoughts on “Food sensitivity friendly waffles (GF, SF, DF, Low FODMAP)”

  1. When you live with some form of dietary limitations, it can feel really depressing that you can’t enjoy everyday foods. But, you’ve highlighted some great places to eat, and have shared some awesome recipes, like this one! Thank you!

  2. I’m lucky not to be gluten intolerant, but it’s still so interesting to know there’s gluten-free flour out there. I think I’m more team pancakes, but will happily take some waffles too!

  3. That gluten-free waffle looks incredibly delicious and sounds like a perfect recipe for the weekends. I’d love to try it! Thanks for sharing the recipe with us!


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