vegan cocoa waffles

Final­ly, it’s blood orange time again. Prob­a­bly it has already spread around, but the oranges get their beau­ti­ful red col­or only by frost. 

There­fore, they are avail­able only in the mid­dle / end of win­ter. And the longer they are exposed to frost the more they col­or red. I then use them in pret­ty much every dish: as lemon­ade, to soak cakes, in sal­ads or as here on/to pas­tries. A great com­bo is choco­late and blood orange. I baked these waf­fles sev­er­al times in Jan­u­ary and kept chang­ing them slight­ly. Now I’m hap­py with the recipe and think I can bang it out for you guys. The kids loathed my blood oranges and veg­an yogurt (so hap­py I find the usu­al­ly not) and have eat­en the waf­fles with frozen berries or ice cream. So- you are there of course on free… it’s just a serv­ing suggestion 😉

cocoa mini waffles

guten free and veg­an cocoa waffles
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time40 mins
15 mins
Total Time1 hr 5 mins
Course: bak­ery, sweet, waffles
Cui­sine: gluten­free, vegan
Key­word: cocoa, mini­waf­fles, oranges, waffles
Serv­ings: 18 Mini Waf­fles
Author: peasand­fen­nel


  • waf­fle iron


dry ingredients

  • 200 g almond flour
  • 80 g food starch gluten free
  • 15 g cocoa pow­der no added sugar
  • 10 g tar­tar bak­ing powder
  • 80 g sug­ar or xyl­i­tol
  • 1 tsp ground psyl­li­um husk
  • 1 pinch salt

liquid ingredients

  • 220 ml plant milk gluten free
  • 100 g apple pulp
  • 50 g melt­ed coconut oil native

serve as desired

  • gluten free plant yogurt
  • blood oranges
  • choco­late sprinkles
  • date syrup


  • To make the waf­fles, mix the dry ingre­di­ents in a bowl. Mix the liq­uid ingre­di­ents togeth­er and stir into the flour mix­ture. Let the dough swell for 15 min­utes.
    Heat a waf­fle iron and grease if nec­es­sary. Spoon 1 tbsp bat­ter into the cen­ter of each heart or square pan and bake the waf­fles for 4- 6 min­utes, depend­ing on the waf­fle iron. Care­ful­ly remove and let cool side by side on a cool­ing rack.
    Serve with yogurt and fruit, etc., as desired.
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