This recipe is made with einkorn flour, an ancient grain, which creates fluffy and light waffles that are perfect for a Sunday morning. Or make the waffles in advance, freeze them, and enjoy throughout the week!
In a large bowl, whisk the dry ingredients together. Then add the wet ingredients directly to the bowl. Whisk to combine all the ingredients. Let the batter rest for 10 minutes on the counter, as einkorn needs time to slowly absorb liquids. Grease a waffle maker, then pour 1/4- 1/2 cup of batter into the waffle maker at a time. I use 1/2 cup since my waffle maker is very deep. Cook until crispy on the outside. I use a .
To freeze the waffles, cut the waffles into smaller pieces so they'll fit in your toaster. Freeze the waffles in a freezer baggie or container in one single layer. I like to line my bag with parchment paper first to give the bag a bit of structure. Freeze the waffles for up to 2 months. Simply pop the waffles in the toaster, and enjoy!