Einkorn Blueberry Waffles Recipe
These bluebery einkorn waffles are great-tasting! Blueberry einkorn waffles my favorite kind of waffles! The waffle batter for this recipe is beginner-friendly. You may use frozen, fresh, or re-hydrated freeze-dried blueberries. These blueberry einkorn waffles are very filling and affordable!
My einkorn waffles is made in the shape of Texas using my Texas-shaped waffle maker. I use about 4-5 tablespoons to fill up my waffle maker. However, depending your waffle maker, it may take you more or less waffle batter. Be careful to not overfill the waffle maker when pouring. Use a tablespoon to fill up the waffle iron with batter until full.
These waffles are best topped with with powdered sugar, honey, maple syrup, or blueberry jam.
Einkorn is my most frequently used ancient grain when I’m baking. Waffles made with einkorn waffle have a great texture! I have many more einkorn waffle recipes here for you to read. Einkorn is also great for pancakes too, check out my pancakes here.
Einkorn is known for being a type of ancient grain that is better for people with wheat sensitivities to digest. Einkorn flour only contains 14 chromosomes. This is much less than modern wheat. The gluten-sensitive members of my household feel better consuming ancient grains such as einkorn, spelt, and rye instead of modern wheat. However, you should be careful and talk to a medical professional first if this is something you’re looking into.
Einkorn flour can be a little bit pricey online. If you already have a mill, buying berries directly will help save you money. Also, einkorn berries are supposed to last longer than flour. If you bake einkorn flour often, I recommend buying einkorn berries in 50lb bags, then milling it fresh yourself. It is about 20% the cost of buying smaller bags.