|Look like waffles, taste like cookies. True Waffleization.|
Waffleized cookies are cookie batter cooked in a waffle iron. I whipped up some chocolate-oatmeal batter, and popped it in my belgian waffle maker... instant waffle-cookies! (wookies?)
1 c flour (1/4 all-purpose GF, 1/4 brown rice, 1/4 c millet, 1/4 c GF oat)
3/4 c GF oats
1/2 tsp baking powder
3/8 tsp salt
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/8 tsp nutmeg
3 Tbs cocoa powder
1 Tbs cacao nibs (optional)
1/4 c coconut oil
1/4 c agave
1/4 c coconut sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla
Combine dry ingredients in a bowl, and separately whisk together all wet ingredients in a large bowl. Add dry ingredients, and stir/beat until well combined. (I did it by hand using a wooden spatula/paddle thingy.) The batter should be cookie-consistency: Holds its form, but still moist/a little sticky.
Fire up the waffle iron! I used a medium-high setting, but still needed to watch them carefully. It's a balance between cooking them long enough that they're firm enough to be removed in one piece, but also not cooking them too long/too high that the outside burns. A little bit of dark toastiness is fine, and to be expected. The inside will still be gooier than the outside, which is also fine (and delicious)!
Scoop on blobs of the batter, and flatten them slightly. I chose not to make them full-waffle sized, but any size should work. Since I didn't fill the griddle, my "green light" was going off before the waffle-cookies were truly all the way done... so as I said, I had to check them to see when they were really done.
Overall, this worked very well! They taste just like normal cookies, but have the added benefits of being (a) waffle-shaped (thus possibly still passing as breakfast), and (b) TWICE AS BIG as normal cookies (thus allowing you to eat twice as much). :)
|SUCCESS! Wookies rock.|