GCGF Belgian Waffles

I am a big fan of Belgian waffles, however, most recipes call for glutenous flour bases. In this case, we can create a delicious Belgian waffle product with gluten free and allergen free base. Gluten free white rice flour is a versatile base with a milder taste than most gluten flour bases. Also note that white rice flour is not mandatory for this recipe. Some substitutes include buckwheat flour and chickpea flour. The pear juice is an optional flavorful addition, but fresh pear juice is an underrated option for cardiovascular health. With hypertension becoming more and more prevalent in the United States, the potassium levels in pear juice relieve strain on blood vessels and the iron in pear juice is great for increasing red blood cell production.

The scientific evidence shows that apple or pear intake significantly decreases risk of cardiovascular disease, type two diabetes, and all-cause mortality. Most studies observe a decrease in BMI which minimizes strain on the human body in general. “Our review found that higher intake of apple, pear, or combined apple and pear was associated with a significant decrease in BMI in RCTs, and a significant decrease in the risk of cerebrovascular disease, CVD/CMD mortality, diabetes, and all-cause mortality in observational studies.”


  • 1 cup fresh pear juice (or substitute)
  • 1 cup  vegetable broth
  • 1 cup cooked beans (or sweet potato; see variations)
  • 1/2 cup gluten free potato flour
  • 1/2 cup gluten free white rice flour
  • 1/2 cup potato starch
  • 2 Tbl. GFCF baking powder
  • dash of sea salt (or small amount of regular salt)
  • optional: nuts, such as pecans


  • Ingredients are best if they are blended together, including the nuts, and remember the nuts are not a dire need if you are allergic to any.
  • Heat waffle maker and place batter on hot waffle maker.  
  • Cook the waffles for roughly 5 minutes. 
  • This dish can be served with any additional protein or fruit dishes if desired.



  • GFCF – gluten free casein free
  • SF – soy  free
  • DF – dairy free
  • EF – egg free

Resource: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6813372/


  1. fjtuned

    I love these GFCF Belgian waffles. I am a big fan of Belgian waffles, however, most recipes call for glutenous flour bases.

  2. mikoigsdecastro

    I love having a delicious Belgian waffle recipe that is both vegan and gluten free!

  3. mayarmarcos

    gfcf belgian waffles is one of the best belgian waffles I ever tasted!

  4. engrvaldemata

    It tastes light, fluffy, and crispy on the outside, while being chewy inside. I also love that it’s easy to make

  5. jyfetz

    gfcf belgian waffles is a keeper for sure!

  6. ketmat14

    I have never tasted a healthier Belgian waffle as good as these

  7. ejiotaby

    I’m not sure what makes the waffles so delicious, but it’s addictive and I can’t get enough of them

  8. jerihosmendoza

    They’re easy to make and don’t require a lot of fussing around with expensive ingredients!

  9. ejiotaby

    i should be able to make pancakes with these right guys?

  10. dcarneiro

    It is such an innovative recipe and it makes me feel like a kid again!

  11. tsutsu

    I just made the most delicious Belgian waffle with this recipe. They are gluten free, but they taste just as good as any other Belgian waffle out there.

  12. elxyg03

    They are also much healthier than other recipes because they don’t call for sweet/sugary ingredients like vanilla extract or coconut sugar

  13. silentdragon

    I’ve been meaning to try Belgian waffles for a while, but I’m definitely a gluten-free eater. I was really excited when I found this recipe because it’s GF and doesn’t call for any flour at all!

  14. janparickmagdaleno

    The flavor is absolutely divine and the techniques are so simple. I cannot wait to make these for my family on Sunday!

  15. loezahans

    The belgian waffles are so easy to make and just taste fantastic!

  16. yraamuspusan

    I love these belgian waffles! We, my 7-year-old and I, have been eating them for breakfast every week for the past month. The recipe is easy to follow and adapts well to what I have on hand.

  17. jacatalig

    It’s so fresh and tasty that we always look forward to it in the morning!

  18. michaldragneel.23

    you mean I can have waffles again??

  19. leormon.jonson

    I love Belgian waffles. I had a glutenous flour allergy for about six months, so I couldn’t eat them. But then I discovered these GFCF belgian waffles and now I can have my favorite breakfast again.

  20. sntran

    These are the best! I love waffles, but am not a huge fan of other gluten-free products. This is not the case with these

  21. araetaredan

    They’re so delicious and I never feel hungry after eating them which is great because sometimes other gluten free foods make me ravenous.

  22. skyine_zy14

    Definitely recommend getting these if you’re looking for a tasty, healthy breakfast or snack.

  23. mia.leve

    Number one gfcf belgian waffles right here

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