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Chrissy Lane

Gluten free living doesn't mean you have to say goodbye to light and fluffy breads and rolls. My gluten free bread recipes, tips and techniques will result in delicious, mouthwatering baked goods every time!

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  1. 1

    Jeff

    These waffles look fantastic, I have never used coconut flour to make waffles or pancakes but it makes perfect sense! I am always adding my own coconut flakes for that unique flavor, I will be sure to replace my flour with coconut flour next time. Wonderful idea!

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      Chrissy Lane

      Thanks Jeff!

      I think you’ll be impressed with the coconut flour – it adds the perfect touch!

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. 2

    Andy

    4 eggs and a quarter cup of flour. That’s just eggs with a little flour, not waffles. Are you sure this recipe isn’t missing something?

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      Chrissy Lane

      Hi Andy!

      Lol – yes it is definitely missing something!

      Use 1 1/4 cups of flour.

      I’ve updated the recipe as well.

      The reason there is little flour compared the the amount of eggs is that we use very little other liquid ingredients – like milk, etc. So the 1 1/4 cup works well.

      Thanks for pointing it out!

      ~Chrissy

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  3. 3

    Tana

    These were a disaster. There seemed to be a higher proportion of coconut flour to liquid as when it sits coconut flour absorbs liquid. Going by the liquid amounts this was a thick lump of flour. I added liquid – probably still not enough to the tune of 1.5 c water and it was still a disaster. It stuck to the inside of the waffle maker and what did “cook” was just a warm powdery mess.

    A sad waste of ingredients. Never again.

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      Chrissy Lane

      Hi Tana,

      This is frustrating!

      Belgian waffles are new for me. I just got a Belgian waffle maker, so I had 2 recipes I was playing around with. My thinking was to use some tasty ingredients from one (the coconut flour) and make a whole new recipe.

      It looks like I completely goofed on it…

      THIS recipe has the coconut flour, so it should only be 1/4 cup flour, since coconut flour absorbs and expands.

      My other recipe calls for 1 1/4 cups of flour.

      I am so sorry you wasted all those ingredients.

      Please accept my sincere apologies and I will make sure this does not happen again.

      Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

      I will definitely check these things out better before I published them.

      ~Chrissy

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