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Ahh, waffles. Those wonderfully evocative fluffy, yet crispy, squares of dough. Thankfully, going plant-based doesn’t mean giving up these oh-so-special treats now that some of the world’s finest foodies have given us their brilliant vegan waffle recipes.

Ready to tuck in? Let’s go!

Fluffy and Wholesome Vegan Waffles

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Laine from The Thriving Vegan has created this super fast and easy vegan waffle recipe. The trick? Baking! Instead of using a waffle iron, these waffles are made with silicone baking dishes in the oven. With only 7 ingredients and 10 minutes of baking time, these are perfect for anyone looking to make a filling breakfast on the run.

Head on over to The Thriving Vegan to give these yummy waffles a try!

Egg-Free Waffles with Blueberry Sauce

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Kelly of The Pretty Bee rustles up some amazing vegan variation on her blog, so it’s no surprise to find one of many delicious vegan waffle recipes there. Her take on egg-free waffles creates a light and fluffy breakfast dish that won’t weigh you down. Pair it with the freshly made 2-ingredient blueberry sauce, and you’ve got yourself a little slice of perfection on a plate.

Check out this awesome recipe and more at The Pretty Bee.

Classic Plant-Based Waffles

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This recipe from Alison at Loving It Vegan is perfect for those of us who enjoy the simpler joys in life—like a classically fluffy waffle topped with fresh fruit. These turn out beautifully golden, crisp, and light. Personally, I love throwing a dollop of vegan ice cream on top, but you can customize these pretty much any way you like or simply eat them with syrup for a real classic waffle experience.

Give these classic waffles a try here. Be sure to download Alison’s free recipe book while you’re there for other great vegan recipes, too!

Vegan Pumpkin Waffles

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Lisa over at The Viet Vegan has cranked out another winning recipe with options to customize. Serve with vegan cream, pumpkin icing, maple syrup, or raspberries compote for an incredible burst of Fall flavor in your mouth.

To get the full plant-based waffle recipe and visual step-by-step instructions, visit The Viet Vegan now!

Gluten-Free Oat Waffles

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Nadia, a self-proclaimed pancake kind of gal, has officially made the switch to waffles and was kind enough to share it with us all. And you should definitely take advantage of her kindness!

These oat waffles are gluten- and dairy-free, but still taste absolutely mouth-watering. The crispiness of these holds up well against the plethora of fresh toppings, making this one of my favorite vegan waffle mixes of all time!

Try the recipe for yourself at Nadia’s Healthy Kitchen.

Cinnamon Sugar Waffles

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This is another awesome vegan waffle recipe from Kelly over at The Pretty Bee. Using only 8 ingredients, she transforms a classic into something surprisingly sweet and delicious. Once cooked, the cinnamon and sugar also provide a satisfying crunch in every bite that only accentuates the crispy waffle edges. Seriously—you have to give this one a try!

Find this recipe here.

Easy Vegan Churro Waffles

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Can you believe how delicious these churro waffles look? Hannah over at House Vegan has transformed plain ol’ waffles into a decadently complex (but easy-to-make) breakfast treat. The cinnamon and sugar tucked into the batter melt into an ooey, gooey delight. I don’t know anyone who would pass up the chance to taste one of these!

Check out House Vegan for this and other ingenious vegan recipes.

Goodness Is Gorgeous’ Chocolate Waffles

chocolate waffles vegan

Finally something for all you chocolate lovers out there: vegan chocolate waffles! Stacy always outdoes herself with new vegan recipes, but I honestly can’t believe how quick and delicious these are to make. And since you only need 6 ingredients for this recipe, you’ll be on your way to tasting these yummy waffles in no time.

To get your vegan chocolate waffle fix, visit Goodness Is Gorgeous today.

Vegan Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Waffles

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Lorie over at Be Whole. Be You. continually cranks out some of my all-time favorite vegan recipes. Although these take a little longer to make than some waffles on the list, this recipe from Lorie provides a flavor complexity that can’t be beat. The grated apple hidden in the batter provides a surprising burst of freshness within every bite that only compliments the cinnamon spice.

Click here to get started on this delicious breakfast treat.

Sweet Potato Waffles with Blueberry Sauce

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Wow. Don’t these sweet potato waffles look stunning? Emilie from Emilie Eats has created a vibrantly crisp and savory vegan waffle using none other than the vegan favorite itself: sweet potato. It would be an understatement to say I didn’t try these as soon as I saw the recipe. The savory batter intermingles with the sweet, fresh blueberry sauce for an incredibly delicious breakfast waffle.

I know you can’t wait to get started on this one, so here’s the recipe.

Chia Buckwheat Waffles with Berries and Chocolate

chia buckwheat waffle iron recipe

The only thing better than a buckwheat waffle is a buckwheat waffle drizzled with chocolate and fresh fruit. Bastian over at Nest & Glow has created the ultimate breakfast treat sure to please even the pickiest of eaters! I mean, who could say no to those chocolate covered treasures? And not only do they look phenomenal, but they’re also pretty darn easy to make.

Click here to get started on these bad boys. Bastian also has hundreds of other amazing vegan recipes, so be sure to check them out too!

Vegan Maple Vanilla Waffles

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Another fantastic vegan waffle recipe from Kelly over at The Pretty Bee. These waffles may look simple, but the addition of maple and vanilla in the batter allows for a wonderful subtle take on the breakfast classic. I personally love to top these with some granola and maple syrup, but they’re good enough to eat all by themselves!

Get the recipe here.

Gluten-Free Gingerbread Waffles with Maple Cinnamon Drizzle

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Another great spin on a holiday classic: gingerbread! Don’t these look amazing? Bri over at Natural Girl, Modern World has created a decidedly perfect recipe for winter waffles. She’s even included the recipe for the complimentary cinnamon maple dip, which is so good that I’ll admit to eating it by the spoonful (but let’s just keep that our little secret, okay?).

Click here for this delectable recipe and hundreds of others. Be sure to check out Bri’s amazing culinary photography skills while you’re there!

Gluten-Free Cacao Protein Waffles

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These chocolately vegan protein waffles are so incredibly filling. Perfect for making before the gym, work, or even just as a special breakfast treat. With only 7 ingredients, James has created an amazingly tasty recipe staple that I’ll probably still be making when I’m old and gray.

To start making your own protein waffles, head on over to Healthy Living James. Be sure to check out his other ingeniously filling culinary creations while you’re there!

Veganosity’s Vegan Banana Bread Waffles

banana bread waffles

To quote Linda from Veganosity herself, “Sweet, crispy, tender…these are breakfast perfection.” You can see what she means just by looking at them!

The chopped bananas and walnut halves are optional, but they bring the perfect amount of crunch and sweetness to this awesome recipe. Your non-vegan friends won’t even be able to tell it’s vegan—that’s how delicious these taste.

Try them here and tell us what you think!

What a load of waffles!

If that little lot isn’t enough to tempt you to dust off that old waffle iron, I don’t know what is. These sweet treats are the ideal way to start (or even end) the day when you want something on naughty side.

Make sure you give these waffles a whirl and let me know how you get on. Oh, and if you have a vegan waffle recipe of your own, be sure to drop me a comment in the box below…I’d love to try it!

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