These dairy free eggnog waffles are the perfect easy dairy free breakfast recipe for the holidays. One bowl, vegan, and made with just 7 ingredients!
Drinking eggnog may not be for everyone; however, these dairy free eggnog waffles should be on your list to try even if you aren’t a huge fan of the eggnog drink itself. Even then I’d encourage you to try our homemade vegan eggnog – it’s dairy free, egg free, and pretty freaking amazing for a tasty drink around the holidays.
These dairy free eggnog waffles give the waffles a sweet, yet holiday spiced treat with every bit that you take. They are really one of a kind, yet they are super simple to make. You only need seven ingredients and one bowl.
What ingredients do you need to make dairy free eggnog waffles?
To make these delicious vegan eggnog waffles, you need the following ingredients:
- flour (Gluten Free if needed)
- coconut oil
- baking powder
- Dairy Free Eggnog (try our homemade dairy free eggnog)
Can I make these vegan eggnog waffles Top 8 Allergy Friendly?
In terms of Top 8 Allergy Free eggnog waffles – this recipe does contain flour and almonds. The flour can easily be replaced with gluten free cup for cup flour. The homemade dairy free eggnog that we make does contain almonds; however, you could try store bought coconut eggnog (So Delicious makes one).
How do you make dairy free eggnog waffles?
Listen, these vegan eggnog waffles are one of the easiest recipes that you can create. It’s the perfect easy holiday breakfast recipe idea that you can make.
In a large bowl, you want to whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, nutmeg, and salt. Next add in melted (but not hot) coconut oil and dairy free eggnog. Let the mixture sit for 3-5 minutes. This will help it set up.
While the batter is setting up, turn on your waffle maker and grease it with either a dairy free spray or what we like to do it spread more coconut oil across the grids. Make waffles according to your waffle maker’s instructions. Repeat with remaining batter.
It’s that easy to make dairy free eggnog waffles.
I don’t have a waffle maker, can I make these into pancakes?
YES! Yes, yes a million times yes. Pancake and waffle batters are super similar, though some will argue that they are completely different. Some people add more sugar and oil (butter) to waffles and others don’t. While some would say it’s up to the individual, we say that you can use this recipe exactly as written to make either eggnog pancakes or eggnog waffles, the choice is really yours.
What can I top these dairy free eggnog waffles with?
- Spiced Blueberry Syrup
- Caramelized Walnut Syrup (the recipe that goes with the syrup is not dairy free but this syrup is amazing!)
- Dairy Free Coconut Whipped Cream
- Dairy Free Chocolate Sauce
- Strawberry Chia Seed Jam
- Raspberry Sauce
Can I make these dairy free eggnog waffles ahead of time?
These vegan eggnog waffles can be made 24 hours ahead of time if serving the next day. The best way to store these is to wrap them in plastic on in an air-tight container while warm. This allows the steam to stay inside the dairy free eggnog waffles and keep them soft. Only do it this way if you plan to eat the waffles within 24 hours.
These dairy free eggnog waffles can also be frozen for up to 3 months. Simply let the waffles cool completely after cooking and then place them in a freezer safe bag or container until ready to use. When you are ready, place them in the microwave for 15 seconds at a time until ready.
If you do not have a microwave, you can let them come to room temperature and then heat in the oven for a few minutes until the desired temperature is achieved.
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Dairy Free Eggnog Waffles
- In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, nutmeg, and salt.
- Next add in dairy free eggnog and melted (but not hot) coconut oil.
- Let the mixture sit for 3-5 minutes. This will help it set up.
- While the batter is setting up, turn on your waffle maker and grease it with either coconut oil, or a dairy free spray.
- Bake waffles according to your waffle makers instructions.
- Repeat with remaining batter.
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