I recently had the pleasure of meeting Jared from the Lillabee, Allergy Friendly Baking company. I first discovered Lillabee in August on a trip to the Boulder farmers market and was thrilled to see and sample such a wonderful chocolaty brownie mix. These products are great for people who don't have a lot of time (or want) to make flour blends from scratch. They are simple to make, taste delicious and are free of gluten, oats, nuts, dairy and soy! To make the products even more appealing to the health conscious crowd-- all the mixes steer clear of genetically modified organisms (GMO's). I've made a great birthday cake using the yellow cake mix and everyone seemed to enjoy the sweet taste and light texture. I am excited to try out additional products by Lillabee, so here we go...!
These waffles are a breeze to make and are a great for breakfast or an afternoon snack.
1 cup Lillabee pancake/waffle mix
2/3 cup milk or non-dairy beverage
1 tsp gluten free vanilla extract
1 tbs vegetable oil
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 cup fresh or frozen fruit ( I used peaches from High Country Orchards that I had packed and froze from the summer crop)
Follow directions on the package insert from the Lillabee mix with the exception of adding cinnamon. Bake according to your waffle maker's manufacturer directions and top with fresh fruit! Delish!