Updated: May 20, 2020
Ok, ok, ok... I know I said the waffle theme was over, however - I decided to do waffle wednesday, since it's a fun collection of recipes and who knows one day I might publish with full waffle diet cookbook - how to shed weight by eating waffles. Title in the making, I am open to suggestions - comment on my instagram.
When I was a kid I would beg my mom to buy the aunt jemima blueberry pancake mix at the american/british store in Copenhagen. I know, American and British store... it's not like those two nations have a lot of dietary habits in common, however in Denmark - it's the same language and so the same shop.
Now, where was I, oh... yes the pancake mix. I remember that it came in a box with a foil bag of powder and a little tin of canned blueberries to mix into the batter. I thought it was sooooo exotic and everything that was American or English was very exciting and appealing and I just wanted to have it all and move there and be all English or American... mostly English, since my dad was from there. Anyway For some reason I thought of those pancakes the other day and thought - I'm gonna waffle that recipe up. And so I have done that.
Please enjoy my childhood favorite.
Blueberry waffles with cardamom and lemon
makes 5-6 waffles.
150 g oats
1 tbsp. olive oil
100 ml. plant based milk (I used oat - you can use dairy)
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp cardamom
1 lemon ( finely grated zest only)
50 g frozen blue berries (1/3 cup)
1/4 tsp salt
200 ml Greek yoghurt
1/2 tsp Vanilla paste/powder/essence
1 lemon, Zest and some juice
Fresh blueberries as many as you like.
and whatever you like on top of waffles
honey/maple syrup to sweeten