You may be thinking that you don't like the taste of coconut, but these waffles do not taste at all like coconut. The interesting thing about cooking and baking with coconut flour is that for most recipes, the flavor is quite neutral. Read more...
Despite an overnight rise, these waffles are meant to be whipped up on a whim, on those late nights when you just know brunch is in the cards. To honor that impulse, the batter comes together in five minutes flat, and in the morning there's nothing left to do but plug in your iron. Minutes later, you'll be enjoying crisp and fluffy waffles, rich with brown butter and chewy from the slow interaction of flour and water.
The original recipe was made by my nana for years and years. Then my mom made it for me growing up, and now I make these waffles myself (but with a couple of healthy changes) They still taste just as good as the did when I was a kid. We serve them sometimes for breakfast, but in our family waffles have almost always been served for dinner. When you can't think of anything else to make.
Don't count out the grown-ups when it comes to craving these golden-brown waffles flavored with peanut butter and just a sprinkling of cinnamon. These are guaranteed crowd pleasers! —Helena Georgette Mann, Sacramento, California