Fluffy whole wheat blueberry cinnamon waffle is the perfect way to start your day, and this recipe only takes just a few minutes to whip up! Not mentioning all the antioxidants from the blueberry that is in this waffle!
My favorite part of a waffle is the toppings. The possibilities are endless. For this waffle, I topped it with fresh berries, salted caramel walnut butter, maple syrup, and a dash of cinnamon.
Blueberry is pack with vitamin C and vitamin K, and loaded with antioxidant! Not to mention, it's filled with water and low in calories!
Cinnamon is pack with antioxidants, and it contains antifungal and antibacterial properties.
Note: Cinnamon is an incredibly healthy spice that’s safe to eat in small amounts. However, eating too much could cause side effects!
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These waffles are made from scratch, and that makes this whole wheat blueberry cinnamon waffle recipe a delicious breakfast for two.
There are a ton of waffle makers out there, and you can get one for under $20.
I am currently using Cuisinart vertical waffle maker, and I love it! It is easy to pour the batter into the maker, easy to remove, indicator lights and an audible alert, and it comes with a measuring scoop to fill batter, so there is no chance for over or under filling.
Every since I got this waffle maker, our days are fill with waffles. I tried to experiment with different waffle recipes and try to incorporate more fruit and vegetables into the recipe, so it is healthier. This way, we can feel better about eating waffles. This whole wheat blueberry cinnamon waffle recipe is definitely a feel-good recipe.
Whole Wheat Blueberry Cinnamon Tips:
- You can put all the ingredients in a blender to mix.
- If you are looking for healthy alternatives, you can swap white flour to whole wheat flour or nut flour (almond, coconut, chickpea).
- I don't like to add sugar to the recipe because the fruit will naturally sweeten the waffle. Naturally, sweeten your waffle with fresh fruit toppings!
- If you are not a big baker, you can make this recipe with premix.
- If fresh blueberry is not available, you can swap for frozen blueberry.
- When looking for maple syrup, get the real deal. There should only be one ingredient in your maple syrup!
- If you can’t eat all the waffles you made . . . that’s okay. You can refrigerate or freeze the waffles, then just pop them in the toaster. They will be nice & crisp and delicious again.
Whole Wheat Blueberry Cinnamon Waffle Recipe
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Cook Time 5 Minutes
Serving Size 2
1 Cup Oat milk (Water is fine too)
1/2 Cup Whole wheat flour
1/2 Cup Blueberry (I used fresh blueberry but you can use frozen)
1 Teaspoon Baking soda
1 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon
1 Tablespoon Avocado Oil
1/2 Teaspoon Vanilla Optional
Sprinkle Himalayan Salt Optional
Berry Blueberry, blackberry, raspberry
- Preheat the waffle iron to medium or high heat. If you are using the same waffle maker, I am using setting 5.
- In a blender or in a mixing bowl, mix oat milk, egg, avocado oil, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt together. Optional: add blueberry at the end and blend for max 5 sec. You want it to be slightly chunky.
- Slowly add the flour in. Make sure there is no clumps.
- If you didn't blend the blueberry into the wet mixture, fold in the blueberries.
- Pour your batter into your waffle maker.