These Gluten Free Vegan Pumpkin Waffles are a tried and true waffle recipe. They’re loaded with delicious pumpkin flavour, are freezer-friendly and are so easy to make!
I made these vegan pumpkin waffles three times in one week. THREE times. That was partially recipe testing, but mainly because I didn’t want to have a moment go by where I couldn’t be biting into one of these babies. I’m pretty sure I’ve only shared waffles once on my blog, but after spending some solid time on this recipe, that’s all about to change.
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Growing up, the older of my younger brothers was obsessed with waffles. I actually remember him going on a “waffle diet” where he had decided that he wasn’t going to eat anything except waffles. Sounds very similar to my grilled cheese sandwich diet, except I haven’t seemed to come off of that one yet.
This story is relevant apart from purposes of slight embarrassment, I promise. Not that a waffle diet is anything to be embarrassed about since the taco diet is a real and serious thing right now. I DIGRESS. It’s relevant because I kind of want to adapt a waffle diet right now thanks to these vegan pumpkin waffles.
Friends, I can’t stop eating them.
It’s not easy finding a waffle that’s vegan, gluten free and delicious with the fluffiness and crispiness on the outside of a regular waffle, but I guarantee that this one ticks all of those boxes. I love that on top of being delicious, it’s amped up with nutrition thanks to the oats, pumpkin and the banana. Hello protein, vitamin A and fibre!
During the recipe development of these waffles, I learned a lot about waffle tips. They can be a bit intimidating, but once you get the hang of it it really makes a difference. My top 5 tips:
Last but not least, these freeze SO well. I reheat them in the toasted and eat them nice and crispy and fluffy as if they were just made. Definitely the perfect fall weekend breakfast/brunch dish!
P.S. Here are some of the items I used to make this recipe if you’d like to use them too:
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This recipe is vegan and gluten free.
JESSICA’S PRO TIP
I’ve provided waffle tips in the post that will come in very handy with making these waffles Make sure you read them so that you can enjoy delicious waffles. Also, ensure to follow your waffle maker’s manufacturer settings, since every waffle maker is different.
HOW TO STORE
You can freeze these waffles in a freezer safe zipped bag separated with wax paper and laid flat to freeze. Afterwards you can store them upright in a fridge bin and label them with the date you made these waffles. You can reheat them in your toaster or toasted oven so that they are as crisp as when you made them.
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