Breakfast can be a tricky time of the day for some of us. If you’re always running late, have children to feed, or just aren’t a morning person, breakfast can fall by the wayside and maybe you don’t eat anything until lunch or even dinner. When you have the time, it’s nice to relax with a special breakfast treat Iike these gluten-free pumpkin waffles – and be sure to make extra so you can freeze them for later.
I wake up every single day feeling blessed to do the work that I do and am surrounded by a wonderful community of people who are passionate about learning, sharing and improving their health. When I began my business, I was teaching 6 people at a time in my loft which doubled as my home. Now, my community of students at the Academy of Culinary Nutrition has grown to over 3,000 alumni in 75+ countries, plus there are my dedicated blog readers, plus my Facebook + Instagram communities, plus the students who have signed up for my courses like Healthy at Home and more. Plus, plus, plus. I am grateful to that you are here and picking up what I’m throwing down.
This recipe for gluten-free pumpkin waffles was written by Babe Hackett, one of our 2016 graduates from Kelowna, BC. She is a talented business owner, mountain biker and dirt bike racer. Like all of our alumni, she’s awesome and so is this recipe.
You need to make this delicious pumpkin-based recipe because it’s:
- Gluten-free and dairy-free
- Beautifully spiced with anti-inflammatory cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and allspice
- Easily doubled for more people or for meal prep – simply freeze after cooking and then reheat in the oven
- Fairly low in sugar
- A fun and delicious way to add more veggies like pumpkin into your diet (you could also use sweet potato, butternut squash, or carrot puree)
Cook up this recipe and get your morning started on the right foot. I recommend serving these with coconut whipped cream and berries, but of course you can top these with whatever you’d like.Print