Moffles (mochi waffles) are a crispy and chewy treat made with soaked brown rice for maximum nutrition absorption. And these variations take them to a whole new level of the-perfect-salty-crunchy-afternoon-snack.
Moffles (mochi waffles) are crisp and airy with a chewy center. Made with soaked brown rice, they are a great nutritious snack and a fun alternative to other whole grains at any meal.
This actually wasn’t on my schedule for my 12 days of Christmas posts, but I recently posted a photo of them on instagram and got such a great response, I decided to alter my schedule a little bit. And hey, it’s not too late to make some more Christmas treats.
Today’s recipe is one I stumbled upon by accident one morning. I had let my sourdough pancakes rise overnight, and when I opened my fridge in the morning, I discovered that I didn’t have any eggs. I tried to justify running to the store, but I most definitely did not have time for that. So I did a quick search on vegan alternatives to eggs and apparently a lot of people use bananas. I have to admit I was a little skeptical, but I had a few very ripe bananas that needed to be eaten anyway, so I thought it was worth a shot. And wow! These blew my mind. And, if you serve them without butter, they are totally vegan friendly.
Today’s post is going to be a bit of a departure from my usual food recipes, but this is still a from-scratch recipe of sorts.