Gluten Free Waffle - Makes 2¹⁄³ cups batter

Cuisinart original


Gluten-free flours are becoming more available in grocery stores, but they are rather expensive. Save money and make your own at home. This recipe calls for rice flour, which has a fairly
neutral flavor. Use our guide on page 22 for tips on how to mill your own flours in your blender.


Makes 2¹⁄³ cups batter


1½         cups rice flour*

¼           cup tapioca starch

2             tablespoons milk powder

2             tablespoons granulated sugar

2             teaspoons baking powder

¾           teaspoon kosher salt

1             cup buttermilk

1             large egg, lightly beaten

2             teaspoons pure vanilla extract

¼           cup vegetable oil

Nutritional information


Nutritional information per waffle:

Calories 810 (38% from fat) / carb. 106g / pro. 19g / fat 35g / sat. fat 5g / chol. 102mg
sod. 1284mg / calc. 259mg / fiber 3g




Put the dry ingredients into the blender jar. Select Speed 3 and press Start. Blend to fully combine, about 10 seconds. Transfer the mixture to a large mixing bowl; reserve.

Put the buttermilk, egg, vanilla and oil into the blender jar. Select Speed 2 and press Start. Blend for 20 seconds.

Pour the liquid mixture over the dry ingredients and gently fold with a spatula to just combine.

Preheat a Cuisinart® Waffle Maker to desired setting. Lightly coat the plates with nonstick cooking spray and pour the recommended amount of batter in the middle of the waffle grid(s). Gently spread to ½ inch from the edge of the waffle plate. Close lid of waffle maker and cook for recommended time. Repeat with remaining batter. For best results, serve immediately.

Rice flour can be easily made in the Cuisinart® HurricaneTM Pro blender.
See guidelines on how to make your own.