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Cook in waffle iron at preferred setting. Serve with butter/margarine and syrup.
Note From Mr Breakfast:
I would suggest that you increase your normal cooking time a notch as the waffle is slightly less crispy than one with egg cooked at the same setting.
If you add a 1/4 cup more water, this works as a good pancake batter.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Checkers for this recipe.
Recipe number 1018. Submitted 6/27/2003.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Egg-Free Waffles?
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Allergic to eggs, and normally vegan waffles/pancakes taste like death. Not these! They were great.
Comment submitted: 4/24/2013 (#15761)
So delicious! Gotta try it. Really good!
Comment submitted: 12/25/2012 (#15002)
From Ruthie S.
If you use cake flour, these taste a lot like those pastries called Elephant Ears.
Comment submitted: 12/2/2012 (#14931)
Can anyone tell me how many calories are in one of these waffles?
Comment submitted: 7/5/2012 (#14120)
What is the difference between all purpose flour and wheat flour?
Comment submitted: 6/4/2012 (#14035)
These were surprisingly tasty. First batch exactly as listed, then second we added cinnamon, buttermilk instead of water, and used less sugar - cinnamon was key! Buttermilk makes everything tastier, and less sugar because I prefer to smother them in maple syrup, though these could easily be eaten plain too.
Comment submitted: 4/15/2012 (#13809)
They were great! I ran out of eggs and had 2 hungry kids waiting for waffles.
Comment submitted: 1/2/2012 (#13385)
From Grand Hill
I prepared them for a children's event. They were very popular.
Comment submitted: 11/16/2011 (#13196)
My daughter recently out grown wheat allergy but she still have egg and dairy allergy. She loves this waffle so much even my picky son likes it too. Thanks so much.
Comment submitted: 4/21/2011 (#12481)
From munich75 (Team Breakfast Member)
Looks yummy... but have yet to try it.. I miss waffles... Been abstaining from eggs since my breastfeeding son's eczema hardly improved... more so now, ever since my son's allergy test came back positive for eggs...
Comment submitted: 4/10/2011 (#12444)
From newly vegan
We just became vegan but we don't want to give up the foods we love - with this recipe, you don't have to. They came out great! We covered them in apple topping from this site and sprinkled with confectioners sugar: Apple Topping. My husband was a huge fan.
Comment submitted: 1/6/2011 (#11853)
Very good waffles. Enjoyed them a lot... Thanks.
Comment submitted: 11/22/2010 (#11604)
My son is allergic to eggs! These are amazing and he loves them!
Comment submitted: 8/28/2010 (#11136)
From abby in cali
These turned out great! Very light and airy! Loved them! They are going in my collection!
Comment submitted: 11/23/2009 (#9084)
We have egg allergy at home... Thanks for the recipe.
Comment submitted: 2/24/2009 (#7651)
If you run out of eggs and still need to eat waffles... this is pretty good. Not as good as "The Best Waffles Ever" recipe on this site, but still... pretty good.
Comment submitted: 12/11/2008 (#7082)
I thought they were great! They did take longer to cook, but after they cooked I popped them in the toaster to crisp them up. Worked great! The kids loved them!
Comment submitted: 10/22/2008 (#6657)
I tried this recipe mostly because I just didnt have any eggs. It was great!! I took Jivabill's recommendation and added some yogurt. My girls loved it... they came out perfect with just a little additional cook time.. :)
Comment submitted: 9/21/2008 (#6487)
Perfect! I'm Vegan. Could be more crunchy but nice flavor. Next time will cook longer.
Comment submitted: 8/12/2008 (#6113)
From I.B. Cute
Nice... I'm allergic to dairy too, so this really helps me!!!!!!!
Comment submitted: 3/27/2008 (#4905)
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