Recipe: Camel's Milk & Coconut Flour Waffles
Posted in: recipe, on 9 Aug 2016
If you're the proud owner of a waffle iron, chances are you're already a waffle aficionado. BUT... have you ever had a camel's milk waffle? Compared to cow's milk, camel milk has fewer calories, less cholesterol, half the amount of fat and almost no lactose, which makes it suitable for people with lactose intolerance and milk-related food allergies. Desert Farms' camels are raised on natural pastures on a handful of family-run farms across Europe. We're very thankful to them for providing us with this great recipe, and to all the lovely camels for doing their camel thing. Now, less waffling and more waffles...
1 In a medium-sized bowl, mix all ingredients with a hand blender.
2 Set your waffle iron to a medium-high heat.
3 Pour enough batter onto the waffle iron to cover around 3/4 of the surface of each waffle section. Be aware that this batter doesn't grow in the same way that other batters might.
4 The waffles will be ready when they separate easily from the iron — this should take around 3-5 minutes.
5 For the topping, heat coconut oil in a non-stick pan on medium-high temperature.
6 Chop a banana and add to the pan. Fry the banana slices until brown on both sides, flipping once. Add the pecans and keep turning until toasted on both sides.
7 Spoon the topping over the waffles and serve.