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Waffles

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This waffle recipe is a wonderful pre and/or post cleanse breakfast or snack.

These waffles are gluten free, but they are made with eggs, so they're entirely suitable as a lunch or dinner meal on the Gut Protocol. This program is outlined in Dr. Junger's newest book which will be available at the end of April. Waffles are like bread or tortillas so this traditional breakfast staple does double duty mixed with vegetables, greens, almond butter, hummus, really anything you can think of!

If you're on the regular 21 day Clean Program, save these for when you're finished, as they do have the eggs, but are otherwise elimination diet friendly, and simply amazing! I like to make waffles in larger batches and freeze the extras for later, so you can throw them in the toaster to have any time of day.
Next week's recipe will be another post-cleanse and Gut Program one, incorporating these waffles into a savory meal. Enjoy!

 

Makes 6 waffles

1 1/2 cups almond flour
1/2 cup coconut flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1 3/4 cup almond or coconut milk, unsweetened
6 tablespoons oil (olive, melted coconut, walnut, almond, etc.)
2 large eggs

Mix all ingredients together until well combined and smooth.

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Let sit for a few minutes while the waffle iron preheats. Use according to instructions for your waffle iron, generally pouring 1/2 cup onto the surface when the light indicates it's ready.
Remove when the light changes (again, all according to your own waffle iron).

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Keep warm if serving immediately or once cooled, freeze for later use.

 

Recipe and Photos: Jenny Nelson

 

 

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