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Blender Waffles with Rolled Oats

What you need: 

2 cups rolled oats
2 cups water
1 banana, sliced
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 teaspoon salt

What you do: 

1. Preheat waffle iron according to manufacturer's directions. Combine all ingredients in blender. Blend until smooth.
2. Pour batter into waffle iron.
3. Cook, according to directions.
Enjoy with your favorite syrup or fresh fruit. Enjoy! This recipe is super quick and turns out great. I make it for my family and they love it!

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
4
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

Yummy! First time making waffles.....definitely too much water. I didn't read the other reviews and soon realized my misktake. I added more rolled oats and a bit of applesauce. I added cinnamon and might next time use soy milk as other people did for added nutrition. I love that there are only oats and no whole wheat flour.  I can see myself making extra and freezing it for a quick breakfast and adding in some other goodies.  Thanks!

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I've been using this recipe for pancakes since I don't have a waffle iron.. works great :) I use less water as others suggested as well because it probably would be too thin (haven't tried the full amount yet), and though it is a heck of a mess a lot of the time - as I suck at making them - they're really tasty :D

But the only problem is I can't enjoy these wonderful creations now because our hand blender broke. It makes me cry at night.  :P

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I decided to make these for my fiance on valentines so I made the batter the night before...the mixture was quite thick so I put them in my waffle iron anyway - it was like porridge encased in a crisp shell which my fiance quite liked.. but I thought with the second batch I'd add more water (and I get to have a taste!) and I think it made it easier to pour but turned out the same.. but they were lovely and healthier than the waffles I was used to making :)

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I made the recipe as is, except I did 1/2 water and 1/2 rice milk.  I enjoyed them, though they are very "heavy," and quite filling.  I think I'm used to non-vegan waffles (this is my first experience with vegan cooking), and they were not sweet enough for me...maybe I'll add a bit more sugar to the batter, as I don't want to put a whole bottle of syrup on them (and ruin their wonderful nutritional qualties). 

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Very good!  So much more flavorful than other waffle recipes I have tried.  Instead of 2 cups of water, I did one cup vanilla soy milk and 1 cup water.  I also added some cinnamon and a little flour.  Delish!

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had to tweak the recipe a lot!
re-posting the pic since it disappeared when I switched accounts.

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AWESOME!  I read what the others said, so I halved the amount of water but the mixture was extremely thick! So I ended up adding more water anyways.  This was my first time making waffles and it will not be my last.  This recipe is outstanding!  I love how no oil is needed.  This is one of those "I can't believe it's vegan!" recipes.  I added carob chips to mine to give it a little extra sweetness, since I ate this for dessert.  Thanks for a remarkable recipe!  :D

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stride4unity, I'm ready to bet it would work fantastically as pancakes too! if you're like most of us who had to add more flour or less liquid, I don't even think you need to change anything to the recipe to make it work as pancakes.

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This recipe looks really scrumptious and I want to try it but I have no waffle maker!  If I add baking powder to this could it make pancakes?  ???

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