Waffle is a famous dish that is made from leavened batter or dough and is cooked between 2 plates. The waffle bakers are patterned to give a characteristic size, shape and surface. The typical waffle will have repeated pattern resemble small squares linked together. There are weak spots in the shell so that waffle can be easily broken apart.

The word waffle is first appeared in English and the dish is first made in the early Middle Ages. From time to time, waffles have become a favorite baked dish around the world with many varieties and innovation in recipes. You can have savory waffle with bacon, fried egg and sauce besides sweet waffle with fruit and chocolate toppings. Each regions and countries will have different waffle versions with fantastic taste and flavor. You also can choose the crispy waffles over butter fluffy ones. There are endless choices when you come to waffles.

And waffles are for everyone, vegetarian is not out of the list. So today recipe will be simple vegan bisquisk waffles for your preference.

Ingredient (prep will take about 10 minutes)

  • 4 cups of Bisquick Baking Mix (you can purchase this product at any stores or supermarket)
  • 2 1/3 cups of Almond Milk
  • 2 big spoons of Silk Yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon of Vanilla
  • 2 tablespoons of Vegan Sugar
  • Fruit and Whipping Cream (optional – for topping)

Cooking (cooking will take about 10 minutes)

Step 1 – prepare the waffle batter: Take out a large bowl and put in 4 cups of bisquick baking mix, 2 1/3 cups of almond milk, 2 big spoons of silk yogurt,1 teaspoon of vanilla and 2 tablespoons of vegan sugar. Mix all the ingredients until they are well combined and you waffle batter is ready.

Making waffles

Step 2 – make vegan waffle: Preheat the waffle maker. Depend on your desired size of waffle, put in 1/3 or ½ cup of batter. ½ cup is recommended. Wait until the waffle is cooked and you have your vegan bisquick waffles.

For vegan waffle, we need substitutions for egg and dairy milk. For milk, you can choose any vegetarian milk that fits your preference for the recipe, but we highly recommended almond milk because the milk can bring nutty flavor for your waffles. For the egg, you can use ol’ banana, yogurt or flax egg. You can make flax eggs by mixing flax with water, set aside until the mixture resembles the egg. We use yogurt in the recipe because it will give the waffle a soft, moist and fluffy texture.

The recipe also use bisquick which is a pre-mixed baking mix  that consists of flour, shortening, salt and baking powder instead of making the flour mixture yourself. The taste is as wonderful as flour mixture and you can save some time for your cooking.

Waffles with toppings

For the topping, you can use any favorite fruit that you think it will go perfectly with waffles. Strawberry, blueberry, banana or raspberry is beautiful. You also can made homemade fruit jam for the toppings. The recipe is simple. Dice or slice your fruit then add the fruit into a pot of boiling water with measured sugar and cook until the sugar is dissolve and fruit is softened. You can add some lemon juice to balance the sweet and bring the complexity to the jam. When the jam is cooling down, serve it with your waffles.

Other options for topping are chocolate, honey, confectioner sugar or syrup. All will fit perfectly with your vegan waffles. You also can have whipped cream, ice cream or butter. Children will definitely fall for the dish. Savory waffles are recommended too.

You can adjust the amount of ingredients so you will have more waffles to serve. Because the recipe is so simple, you can encourage your children get into the kitchen and give you a hand. You will have more fun during the breakfast and this recipe is a wonderful chance to tighten the bond in the family.