Einkorn Lemon Waffles Recipe
These lemon einkorn waffles are a family-favorite breakfast! Lemon-flavored waffles are among my favorite kinds! This beginner-friendly batter for lemon einkorn waffles is simply easy to make! Pre-made waffle mix doesn’t save you much time, and is more expensive. The waffles made with this batter will be very filling, with only one or two waffles served per person.
I make my lemon einkorn waffles in the shape of Texas by using a Texas-shaped waffle maker. I use about 4-5 tablespoons to fill up my waffle maker. Depending on the shape of your waffle maker, it may take more or less waffle batter. Be careful to not overfill the waffle maker. Use a tablespoon of 1/4 cup of batter to fill up the waffle iron until full.
Lemon waffles are best served with a lemon curd, lemon glaze, powdered sugar, honey, or blueberry jam.
For waffle-making, einkorn flour is a fantastic choice! I highly recommend the use of einkorn in baking due to it’s great texture. There are more einkorn waffle recipes for you to find here. Einkorn is also my top ancient grain for making pancakes. I have plenty of einkorn pancakes recipes for you to click on here.
Einkorn flour is known for being easier for humans to digest. only contains 14 chromosomes, which is much less than the type you typically find at the grocery store. The gluten-sensitive members of my household often do better consuming ancient grains such as einkorn, spelt, and rye. However, you take caution and talk to a medical professional first if this is something you’re unsure of.
Einkorn berries in 50lb bags typically cost about $2 a pound. 5lb bags tend to cost $10 a pound. So if you use einkorn frequently, I recommend buying in bulk to save money. Berries last longer than flour and costs less. Fresh-mill your grain before using.
You may replace any baking recipe with einkorn or regular wheat at a 1:1 ratio.
Einkorn Lemon Waffles
- Measuring equipment
- 2 Medium bowls
- Waffle maker
- Whisk (optional)
- 2 cups einkorn flour
- 1½ cup milk
- 3 eggs
- ⅓ cup melted butter
- 2 tsp lemon flavoring
- 2 tsp sugar (optional)
- 1½ tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- ½ tsp turmeric (optional)
- cooking spray (optional)
- Preheat waffle iron.
- Mix together all dry ingredients in a bowl.
- Mix eggs together thoroughly.
- Add and mix all liquid ingredients into the eggs.
- Mix together all ingredients until not dry flour is left.
- If using a waffle iron that is not nonstick, spray cooking oil on the waffle iron.
- Pour waffle batter on the waffle iron.
- Cook the waffles until crisp.
- Remove waffle from waffle maker either with a spoon or a dull knife.
- Serve immediately, preferably with powdered sugar or maple syrup.