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Chocolate waffle pizza

Hello tribe,

Today I am sharing with you a combination of two of my favorite meals: waffles and pizza! How in the world I haven't thought about that before!!

And to tell you the truth, I got the idea while I was thinking how to style the waffles for the photo-shoot, and I really wanted to attempt that mouthwatering waffle sandwich that my Instagram friends Ela and Bo are expert about, but I found it a little challenging for me and then, after I cut the waffle into quarters, and it obviously looked like a pizza to share, and because different people like different toppings (which is the case in my household), and because I LOVE food that is shared, I created this recipe and styling. I hope you like it as much as we did.

This recipe is very simple, mixing the dry ingredients together, and the wet ingredients together and then pouring the wet into the dry ones.

For this recipe, I opted for the 1 for 1 Gluten free flour instead of coming up with a mixture of gluten free flours together (which I usually like to do), to save some time and obviously because I was hungry for breakfast!

To replace the eggs, I used almond butter but of course you can use peanut butter or another nut butter.

For the chocolate flavor, I used unsweetened raw cacao powder and my favorite chocolate superfoods powder Detox Organics, because who wouldn't like to add extra nutrition, digestive support and detoxing ingredients to their food! Especially when 1 scoop pf Detox Organics has 25 fruits, veggies and superfoods combined! You should see my face when my kids are not not only enjoying treats made with Detox Organics, but also begging for more!!

As for milk, I have found, after experimenting with so many plant-based milks, and especially when it comes to cooking or baking, that soy milk gives the best results! But I understand that some people prefer to avoid soy products, in this case, it can be substituted with coconut or almond milk.

Obviously, you need a waffler for this recipe and some patience because each waffle takes about 8 minutes to cook!

If you follow me on Instagram, you can watch on my highlights, the making of this recipe and the amazing texture on the inside of these waffles! Nothing better than a waffle that is well cooked on the inside, right? and believe me with gluten free vegan cooking, this is challenging sometimes, can you relate?

Also, I am happy to offer you my 15% personal discount code if would like to try Detox Organics, just enter "nathaliesader" at checkout with any purchase from Detox Organics.

Now let's get cooking!


Preparation time: 10 minutes

Servings: 2 big pizza waffles (4 servings)

Cooking time: around 20 minutes



Dry Ingredients:

- 1 cup 1 for 1 gluten free flour

- 2 scoops Detox Organics

- 2 tbsp unsweetened cacao powder

- 1 tbsp Xylitol

- small pinch sea salt

- 1 tsp baking powder

Wet ingredients:

- 1 cup unsweetened soy milk

- 2 tbsp almond butter - 1 tbsp sunflower oil

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- Almond butter to taste

- Strawberry slices

- Blueberries

- banana slices

- Mango slices

- Shaved unsweetened chcocolate

- 1 tbsp chopped raw almonds

- basil leaves for garnish

More sunflower oil to grease the waffler


Grease your waffler with an oiled brush and preheat it while preparing the waffle mixture, I use an electric one and set it on high.

In 2 separate bowls, mix dry ingredients together and wet ingredients together until well combined.

Create a hole in the dry mixture and pour the wet ingredients mixture in the middle.

Mix using a spoon until a soft dough is formed.

Scoop half of the batter and add it to the middle of the waffler and cook on each side for 4 to 5 minutes (this will depend on the waffler you are using).

Top your waffle with almond butter, fresh fruits, shaved chocolate and crushed almonds.

You can refrigerate leftovers (if any lol) for the next day or freeze plain waffles (without toppings) in a zip lock bag for weeks!

I hope you like this recipe and please if you have questions, do not hesitate to share and tag @nathaliesader on social media if you recreate this recipe! I will make sure to repost on my stories or my page! You can also save this recipe on your pinterest board, or facebook, by clicking the social icons below.

Lots of love,


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