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    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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    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!


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    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.



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