Blueberry Oatmeal Waffles-- Yum!!!

Blueberry Oatmeal Waffles-- Yum!!!

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For a long time, I had a fear of putting blueberry batter into my waffle iron. I mean, maybe it was a valid concern. The blueberries do sorta’ explode, and that could lead to burning. But I guess you can add “burnt blueberries” to the list of things I no longer fear. The thing is, they taste good. The trick is to spread the batter a bit, and close the lid slowly but firmly. You will get beautiful, evenly cooked waffles that are literally bursting with berries! I love the texture of this waffle; a bit crispy from the oatmeal, but still deliciously moist from the applesauce. It’s the perfect way to start the day. Or, whatever, have waffles for dinner. If you’re looking for a waffle iron recommendation, I love my Cuisinart 8 inch waffle maker. I keep the heat on 3 most of the time. And if you’re in the Omaha area, come to my Vegan Waffle Party at the Omaha Public Library Read It And Eat Culinary Conference on Saturday November 3rd. Don’t forget your bib! PS I really wanted to get a killer maple syrup food porn shot, but my camera battery died, and waffles wait for no man. I kinda’ dig wheaty tasting waffles, but if you’d rather use all-purpose, then go ahead! You can also use whole wheat pastry flour, if you prefer. ~ I used regular old plump frozen blueberries, but wild blueberries are a great choice because they’re smaller, which means they distribute more evenly into the batter. ~ Slice leftover waffles and freeze them in a plastic freezer bag. Then just toast and serve whenever you need a waffle fix! Make a well in the center and add applesauce, milk, maple syrup, oil and vanilla. Stir with just until combined.

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