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Allergy Free Pumpkin Waffles

It’s the time of year for PUMPKIN!  My favorite time of year to be completely honest!

I made Pumpkin waffles this past week.  I adapted my recipe for Ban-Apple Chocolate Chip Waffles. I simply replaced the 1 Cup of Banana for 1 Cup of Pumpkin and omitted the chocolate chips.

The best part of this recipe was the caramel sauce that I made.  I used The Pioneer Woman’s recipe; however, I made it allergy free.  To make this allergy free use rice milk and Earth’s Balance butter instead of 1/2 and 1/2 and regular butter.  If you do not need it allergy free, make the same way she instructs.  It is amazing, seriously my husband and I had to force ourselves not to eat it all!

I made a few pieces of bacon to go with the waffles, and we had a perfect start to a beautiful fall day!

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  1. Anna Marie says:

    You can invite me over ANYTIME you are having that for breakfast again. You even got the bacon how I like it…crispy! MMMMMMMMMMM!

  2. Do you know the nutritional values for this recipe?

  3. These smelled amazing while cooking, but the middle was gooey and the outside crunchy and stuck on the iron. It’s not my iron. Any ideas?

    • Mommy Hates Cooking says:

      I have made these several times and haven’t had that happen often; however, if it did I would try cutting down on the applesauce since that’s an added liquid to the mix.

  4. Just attemped making these for my family as a pre-thanksgiving breakfast. The batter smelled amazing, but I too had issues with the middle being gooey. :( Very disappointed. The search continues for an egg free waffle batter…..

    • Hmmm…I make these all the time so I’m not sure why they are doing that on the inside. I would think either cutting down the applesauce or leaving them on the waffle iron longer would help. I’m going to try it with 1/2 the applesauce and see what kind of result I get. We make them at least once a month with no issue, so we’ll see what happens with 1/2 applesauce in it.

  5. I tried making these BUT used a different recipe….sadly though I had the same problem. The batter looked great, smelled great but they too came out gooey in the center. I don’t know what it is either! Next time I try these I am going to add more flour and leavening agent….maybe that will do the trick of absorbing some of the moisture during the cooking process.

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