Coconut Waffles

Coconut Waffles


These fluffy and spongy coconut waffles are paired perfectly with fresh seasonal fruits and drizzled with maple syrup for the added kick of deliciousness.
  • Serves: 6 to 7
  • Active Time: 45 mins
  • Total Time: 45 mins
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Step 1: Preparing the Waffles

• 2 cups all-purpose flour
• 1/2 cup granulated sugar
• 1 tbsp baking powder
• 1/2 tsp sea salt
• 2 1/2 cups coconut milk
• cooking spray or cooking oil


Preheat waffle iron.

To prepare the batter, in a medium bowl, mix together the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and coconut milk until combined.

Spray the preheated waffle iron with non–stick cooking spray. Pour batter onto the waffle iron, close the lid and cook until golden brown.

Serve plain or garnish with fresh fruit and maple syrup.

Chef's Notes

For savory waffles reduce the amount of sugar by half and add 1/2 cup minced green onion and freshly ground black pepper.


  • Maya D
    Maya D
    Dear Rouxbe team... Personally i had to add 1 1/2 cup flour extra because the consistancy was far too runny... It may depend maybe on the moisture content of the flour... But further this is a wonderful yummylicious breakfast dish! Thank you for sharing Maya
  • Kimber P
    Kimber P
    These were good enough to eat as dessert :)
  • Adam O Rouxbe Staff
    Adam O
    I like to make mine using coconut oil and spelt flour. They're so light and airy that they seem to almost float off the iron. I don't know much about oils but it seems the coconut oil gives them a nice golden crust w/ that nice roasted coconut aroma. My daughter loves them!
  • Omar E
    Omar E
    Is it the usual coconut milk you get in a can for Thai and Indian cooking or is it the more liquidy type that comes in a box like almond milk?
  • Dawn T Rouxbe Staff
    Dawn T
    The coconut milk that comes in a can — as in the Thai/Indian reference that you used. The one that is more liquidy is most often referred to as coconut water. Hope that helps. Cheers, Dawn
  • Melissa H
    Melissa H
    Unfortunately, the variety of non-dairy milks that come in a carton causes confusion. There is coconut water, actual coconut milk that is canned and the carton of non-dairy milk made from coconut. Ugh! The food industry has to come up with consistent terminology as this is a frequent question when it comes to recipes.

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