These soft gingerbread waffle sticks with creamy mocha hot chocolate dip are a delightful way to start the day. These make for a decadent and fun breakfast that’s ready in minutes. And they’re gluten-free and grain-free!
Yesterday it was a rainy day. One of those days where all you want is to curl up on the sofa and watch reruns of FRIENDS. Nothing like good old gingerbread waffles dipped in chocolate to make a rainy day a little more joyful. Plus waffle sticks are just so darn cute and make the whole eating process fun. Kids will love them too!
Move over pumpkin and say hello to gingerbread.
We adore our pumpkin recipes but we admit we love a good spiced molasses gingerbread anything. The holidays can’t be complete without a few good gingerbread based recipes. Yay for waffle sticks and chocolate!
Gingerbread waffle sticks recipe that makes a quick and healthy breakfast.
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We feel gingerbread recipes should make an entrance. They should have the bold flavor of molasses and ginger.
These waffles are perfectly spiced, fragrant and delicious. The mocha chocolate dip to accompany the waffle sticks make them a little more addictive. And who doesn’t love having some chocolate at breakfast?
Pretty much everything about these will remind you of the holidays.
Waffles made with real ingredients. No flour needed. These waffles are gluten-free, grain-free and dairy-free.
Breakfast made easy with plantain based gingerbread waffles that are cut to make waffle sticks
These waffles are not crispy on the outside instead they are soft pillow-like all the way through. They are more fluffy and soft.
Promise you won’t even miss the crispy outside. These will melt-in your mouth.
And forget the syrup.
Not needed on top of these.
The base for the waffle sticks is our flourless gingerbread waffles. Our favorite waffle recipe!
Plantains were the base for this recipe. Plantains are our flour. We like using green-yellow plantains. You can use a more ripe plantain if you want this recipe to be sweeter.
You can use plantain flour if you can’t get fresh plantains. We suggest about 1/2 cup at least of plantain flour to replace the 14oz of fresh plantains.
How simple is that?
We can’t wait for you to try them!
Create new memories with your family this holiday season over waffle sticks and chocolate!
Make sure to check out Thrive Market (aff link) if you are in the market to save money on organic products like organic molasses, organic coconut milk, cacao powder and stevia. They are shipped right to your doorstep. Perfect for this holiday season.
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