All Natural/Whole Grain Waffle Recipe


I keep tweaking my waffle (and pancake) recipes to try to make them as whole and all natural as possible.  No artificial junk.  No white flour.   No white sugar.   I thought I would share the recipe that I have been using after making all of my changes to it.  The kids LOVE it.  They insist they taste way better than popular breakfast restaurants.  (Of course, they are wonderful little flatterers).  But I do think they taste really really good!  And it feels good knowing that they are pretty healthy!

I am learning that you can tweak a lot of things to make them whole grain/whole foods, and they surprisingly turn out really yummy!

So, here it is.  My new and improved All Natural/Whole Grain Waffle Recipe:


Sift Together:
2 1/4 Cups milled whole grain wheat pastry flour

4 teasp. Baking Powder

3/4 teasp. Salt

Mix Together:
2 Beaten Farm Fresh Eggs (or Free Range Organic if you can get Farm eggs)

2 1/4 Cups Raw Milk (or Organic if no Raw available)

1/2 Cup Melted Organic/All Natural (or even better – homemade w/ Raw Milk) Real Butter

1 1/2 Tblsp. Local Raw Honey


Add mixed wet ingredients all at once to dry ingredients.  Beat until moist.  Pour batter onto waffle iron and cook until golden brown.  Top waffles with real butter, and REAL Maple Syrup or fruit of choice!  Freeze any additional for later meals.

Try them, and let me know what you think!


  1. mmm…sounds yummy! I need to get out to a whole foods store very soon! Then maybe I can try it out 😉

  2. Sounds yummy! I’ll have to see if our stores in NC carry that flour. Visiting from the HHHop.

    • You can sometimes get it at stores like Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Sprouts, etc….or from a friend who has a grain mill and is willing to grind it for you (if you don’t have your own, that is – I dont! 🙂 )

  3. I am hopping over from the HHH.This recipe looks perfect,how about a pancake one.We love pancakes.

  4. Stopping from HHH

    We also attempt to eat as healthy as possible. Thanks for sharing. We’ll have to try your recipe.

    Cooking is a big part of homeschool days. The children are learning to cook some very basic recipes. I have the free printable recipes guides for children on my blog. It’s great sharing with other Moms. 🙂

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