How to make Tigernut Paleo Waffle (Easy Recipe)


Tigernut Paleo Waffle: Quick, Easy and Healthy Recipe!

What happens when you add a few simple ingredients to Natureul Tigernut Kasha? You get unbelievably tasty paleo waffles! Creating a hearty stack of vegan waffles is incredibly easy thanks to a few effortless ingredient swaps. The most important meal of the day just got better — this recipe’s main ingredient, our organic Tigernut Kasha, is made with raw vegan ingredients and is 100% natural, with no artificial flavors and no preservatives to be found. Delicious waffles can now be made gluten free, lactose free and nut free while still remaining appetizing. There are two fine flavors to choose from: Carob and Cinnamon or Crunchy Cacao. Try each one to find your new favorite breakfast flavor.

Your new favorite Paleo Waffle recipe!

Not all waffle irons are created equal! Depending on the size and material of your waffle iron, cooking time and the amount of batter to use may differ. Instructions for stovetop waffle irons may be significantly different from countertop waffle makers or similar appliances, so in any case, follow the directions from the manufacturer of your iron or maker. Ensure that there is enough batter to cover the bottom mold to guarantee you will have a full waffle and not a partial one, but be cautious as to not overfill or the iron will overflow, creating a mess and increasing your chances of burning the waffle. If you don’t get the amount of batter perfect on the first try, do not despair! Adjust the amount and try again, you’ll be cooking perfect waffles in no time.

Add interesting textures and more flavors with mix-ins. Chocolate chips, banana chunks, blueberries, chopped strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, cherries, or finely chopped nuts all make great additions for enlivened taste and more nutrition, though the waffles are tasty enough on their own. If you are wary of cooking the mix-ins, simply add them as a topping once the waffles are plated. Not all mix-ins are paleo-friendly and vegan, so stick with whatever best suits your diet.


  • 1 cup Natureul Tigernut Kasha - pick your favorite flavor!
  • 1 cup plant-based milk of choice
  • 1 tbsp avocado oil
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 fine pinch of sea salt
  • Optional mix-ins

How to make Tigernut Paleo Waffle

Serves 1-2

  1. Heat up your stovetop waffle iron or warm up your waffle maker. If using a stovetop waffle iron, use medium-high heat to keep the waffle batter from sticking.
  2. In a large bowl, mix together the dry ingredients: the kasha, the baking powder, and the sea salt.
  3. Combine the milk, the avocado oil, the vanilla extract and the apple cider vinegar in a separate, smaller bowl.
  4. Whisk continuously while streaming the contents of the small bowl into the large bowl containing the dry ingredients.
  5. Let the mixture rest for 10 minutes to allow the batter to thicken.
  6. Optional: stir in any other mix-ins you would like to add at this point once the batter has thickened.
  7. Grease your waffle iron or waffle maker.
  8. Depending on the size of the waffle iron or maker, ladle ¼-¾ cup into the maker and close it (see notes above).
  9. For stovetop waffle irons on medium-high heat, cook on each side 2-3 minutes until lightly browned and flip. The waffle should be golden brown on both sides when done. For waffle makers, follow the instructions that came with your specific appliance. Once done, turn out waffles onto a plate lined with paper towels or kitchen cloth and cover to keep warm until ready to serve.
  10. Repeat until you run out of batter. If you end up with only a partial final waffle, add it to the top of the stack or save it to snack on later.
  11. Serve warm with your favorite toppings — fresh fruits, nuts, whipped yogurt and Tigernut Granola, cacao nibs, vegan butter and maple syrup, sprinkles, powdered sugar, spices, or a thick layer of Tigernut Spread in the flavor of your choice!

How to store Tigernut Paleo Waffle

These waffles will store in the freezer well for up to three months (if you can resist finishing them for that long!). Thaw them by reheating in the microwave for 2-3 minutes at thirty second intervals until the waffles are warmed through completely, or toast in the oven until they reach the desired crispness.