Finally a delicious Healthy Blueberry Waffle with 100% whole grain flours and no refined sugar or butter. Don’t forget to make extra, so you can eat healthy waffles all week! This blueberry waffle recipe is about to become a staple in your house. Breakfast is served!
Best Day Ever
TBT to that one time I got two waffle makers for Christmas. That was the best day ever.
If you looked in my pantry you would think the amount of kitchen gadgets and gizmos I own is a bit absurd. From the spiralizers (yes, plural), to the waffle makers, to a high-speed blender and food processor, I’ve got myself a pretty hefty collection of small kitchen appliances. But one of my most used kitchen gadgets is definitely the waffle maker. If you don’t have one, now is the time! Because it means you’ll be whipping up a batch (or 4) of these delish blueberry waffles.
Blueberry Waffle Ingredients
Now, back to these waffles. The ingredient list is short, and you likely have most (if not all!) of the ingredients on hand in your kitchen right now:
- White whole wheat flour
- Baking powder
- Baking soda
- Fresh blueberries
- Mashed banana
- Vanilla extract
- Coconut oil
- Unsweetened almond milk
How to Make Healthy Blueberry Waffles
There really isn’t anything better than blueberry waffles for breakfast…AMIRIGHT? I always like to make a triple batch and freeze a bunch so that I have some for later in the week. These waffles reheat perfectly in the toaster! Ok, let’s get into it:
Step 1: First, preheat your waffle iron to medium heat.
Step 2: In a large bowl, mix together all dry ingredients. Then add wet ingredients, minus the coconut oil.
Step 3: Partially melt the coconut oil and add that to the batter. I microwave my coconut oil for about 20 seconds to partially melt it. Then, mix into the batter until smooth.
Step 4: Spray waffle iron with coconut oil cooking spray on both sides. Then, scoop in about 2/3 cup of batter. Close the waffle iron, flip, and let cool for about 1 minute and 30 seconds.
Step 5: Enjoy!
More Waffle Recipes
Healthy Blueberry Waffle Recipe
- 1.5 cup white whole wheat flour
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- ⅛ teaspoon salt
- 1 pint fresh blueberries
- 1 cup mashed banana
- 2 eggs large
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 cup maple syrup
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil room temperature
- 1 cup unsweetened almond milk**
- First, preheat your waffle iron to medium heat.
- In a large bowl, mix together all dry ingredients. Then add wet ingredients, minus the coconut oil.
- Partially melt the coconut oil and add that to the batter. I microwave my coconut oil for about 20 seconds. Mix until smooth.
- Spray waffle iron with coconut oil cooking spray on both sides. Then, scoop in about 2/3 cup of batter. Close the waffle iron, flip, and let cool for about 1 minute and 30 seconds.
Tips & Notes
***To make pancakes: add about 1/4 cup to 1/3 cup more almond milk to thin the batter out a little bit. Cook over medium heat for about 1.5 minutes per side.
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hey, can you substitute applesauce for the banana?
Yes! You can use any pureed fruit.
Made these for a first time and they were a hit with my 3.5 year old! These will be a staple for breakfast from now on! Thanks!
Had this for the 4th time already within the past 4 weeks! Absolutely loved it!
YAY!! So good.
I found this recipe when I was looking for a healthy waffle for my 14 month old – this has quickly become a favorite of the entire family! Healthy, delicious and easy to put together. I usually follow the recipe as written, but today I had strawberries that needed to be used, and the substitution turned out great as well!
Hey the ingredients look great. For quite some time, I haven’t had waffles. And after going through your recipes, I feel like trying them out. Also, I wish you could add one more picture of the blueberry waffles when it is hot and delicious.
I NEED to make waffles again. But yes, blueberries are something I’ve been eating ALLLLLL the time! I would definitely make these sometime!
I eat like a pint at a time. Blueberry probz.
Love waffles, love blueberries. This one looks like a must try!
Blueberries are great right now. Going to try this recipe with gluten free flour!
Yummm gotta get on that garbanzo bean flour GAME! I was all about eggos with peanut butter on them… maybe two eggs with PB in the middle for the best sandwich of life? YUP. Do I occasionally still do that with trader joe’s frozen waffles…. maybe. These ones look much better though – can’t wait to try them! 🙂 XO
I actually have never had a TJ’s waffle. I think I should jump on that bandwagon FOR SURE.
GIRL, these pics are beautiful! Also…I also collected roley pollies and worms lol!
Awwww tanks! ROLE POLLIE CLUB FOR LYFE.
Haha oh man Pokemon yes I used to have a whole bunch of cards since I have a couple brothers. I stored them in a baseball card holder folio of sorts and spent lots of time organizing.. Haha. I wonder where they ended up.
OMG. That’s what I did too. So genius. I can’t believe they still sell Pokemon Cards 😛
I haven’t eaten waffles is a long time, but these ones look amazing. And for the record, you can never have enough blueberries. I love that they’re in the waffles as well as on top!
Wowza! These look amazing! And love how “clean” and healthy the ingrendients list is. I have a big batch of blueberris at home, can’t wait to try this recipe, I loove waffles (but I prefer them crispy 😉 ) but with a lot of maple syrup and fresh fruit, yum!