You can make rice waffles with a variety of different ingredients. They are great for brunches or as an easy snack, and they are also delicious with a variety of toppings. They are also gluten free and can be made dairy free too! If you are looking for a new way to make your weekend breakfast, try making these delicious rice waffles.

Mochi waffles

These sweet rice waffles combine crunchy waffles and chewy mochi all in one bite! You can serve them with syrup and softened butter, or you can add a topping like honey or powdered sugar. You can even use this recipe for savory waffles, which would be perfect for serving with southern fried chicken and buttermilk gravy!

This recipe works with a variety of different types of flour. You can use regular all-purpose flour, a gluten-free all-purpose blend with xanthan gum in it or a blend of white rice flour and tapioca starch. You can also add in a tablespoon of melted coconut oil to help keep the batter moist and nonstick.

Vegan: If you are vegan, you can substitute the eggs with flax eggs or chia eggs. This will make the batter more delicate, but it’s still a tasty way to eat this recipe. You can also add in some mashed bananas, peanut butter or other fruit.

Gluten-Free Flour: This recipe is best with a gluten-free flour blend that contains xanthan gum or guar gum. If your blend does not, you may need to increase the amount of flour.

Baking Powder: This recipe needs baking powder to give it a rise and help it stay together. You can add a tablespoon of baking powder to the rice flour and mix it in before you add the milk, eggs, and butter.

Salt: This recipe calls for a pinch of salt. If you prefer, you can add more salt to the recipe as desired.

Sugar: This recipe calls for a bit of sugar to help the waffles brown and crisp. You can use a little more sugar if you’d like to make them sweeter, or less sugar if you’d prefer them savory.

Leftover fried rice: This recipe makes extra crispy fried rice to add to your next batch of waffles! Just make sure you have some leftover fried rice on hand.

If you want to add flavor, you can stir in chopped sausage, herbs (such as parsley or green onions), garlic powder or paprika. If you’d like to add a bit of a kick, you can also use chili powder or cayenne pepper.

You can also try adding some Asian flavored chicken to the mixture for extra flavor! You can also drizzle some honey or maple syrup on top for a more decadent take on this recipe.

You can make these waffles with any type of grain, including oats, buckwheat, spelt, barley, and quinoa. You can also mix in some of your favorite fruits for added sweetness.

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