I am a sucker for all things breakfast and always have been. My Dad likes to tell the story that on Sunday mornings I would wake up at 6 AM wanting breakfast and him to keep me company. He wasn’t thrilled as it was the only day of the week that he could sleep in but of course he did it! As I got older, I would spend Saturday morning going to the Bagel Shop with my Dad and Grandpa followed by going to work with them. It was something special that just involved my Dad and I and not my little brothers. I can’t wait to create similar memories with my family one day! For now, I’ll be making waffles for myself as my hubby doesn’t eat breakfast…I know, I don’t get it either! But back to this awesome FODMAP diet breakfast recipe – I am a sucker for waffles and this super easy recipe doesn’t disappoint. Not only will your house smell delicious with apple and cinnamon circulating through the air but the waffles taste just as good!
By the way, if you’ve ever been hesitant about buying a waffle maker, I absolutely LOVE mine. I use it all the time and I typically will batch make waffles so I can keep them in the freezer. For me, it’s the best way to utilize my time (or lack of it recently).
Also, it’s a good time to add a reminder about apples! According to Monash University, 2 heaping tablespoons of Pink Lady and Green apples are given the green light. It might not sound like a lot but for recipes, it’s more than enough!
Gluten-free & FODMAP safe waffles that are as mouth watering as they smell!
- Preheat the waffle maker per maker instructions.
- Follow the instructions per the FODMAP safe waffle mix plus add the vanilla extract, cinnamon and diced apples.
- Add batter to the waffle maker (amount depends on the waffle maker you have, I like to cover the entire waffle maker with batter) and cook until desired crispness (about 2-4 minutes).
Serve with pure maple syrup for a touch of added sweetness!
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