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Sugar-Beet Waffles

For people who like waffles like I do, I decided to share my vegan version recipe of it. It is made of sugar-beet, but don't worry if you are not a big fan of beets because it doesn't taste like them at all. But the good news is, it maintains its nutritional properties. I promise it will look and taste exactly like any other waffle you have eaten before. We will use white flour to make sure it won't get the reddish color of the sugar-beet.

It is healthy, not only because of the sugar-beet but also because it doesn't contain any processed sugar. In order to keep the dish as healthy as possible, I recommend using honey instead of syrup. The waffles can be prepared very quickly. Here is how it works:


350 grams of wheat flour

30 grams of white flour

30 grams of baking powder

200ml of lyophilized sugar beet

400ml of soy milk

1 teaspoon of salt

3 tablespoons of olive oil


Mix the wheat flour, the white flour, the lyophilized sugar beet and the salt. Then add the soy milk and the olive oil to it and keep stirring it.

Now add the baking powder and stir for five more minutes. And voilà! The dough is ready. If you don't want to prepare the waffles right away, the Sugar-Beet Waffles dough can be saved in the refrigerator until the next day.

Try making it for someone, without showing the recipe. I bet no one will notice that it has beets in it. I hope you enjoy it, let me know if you liked it.

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  1. Jennifer Madison
    Jennifer Madison
    can't wait to try this one! :)
  2. Akanksha
    The image is so tempting. I am glad this can be made without any dairy!
  3. Deborah5
    Ok I tried it The waffles are really good, do you have something like that with pancake?
  4. mystic40s
    what is a lyophilized sugar beet and where do you find it?


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