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Today is waffle day in Sweden where I’m from and since you can take the girl out of Sweden but not Sweden out of the girl I made waffles for my family. This my first time making vegan waffles and I’m very pleased with the result. They are the soft kind of waffles instead of the Belgian crispy kind. In Sweden waffles are usually a dessert so I made these which can be either a fancy breakfast or yummy dessert. For me they were a nice snack served with maple syrup with my afternoon tea.
 
 
Carob waffles
1/2 cup cold water
3/4 cup full-fat cream milk
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 cup spelt flour
2 tbs wheat germs
1 1/2 tbs Earth Balance margarine, melted
1 pinch of salt
2 tbsp carob powder
 
Blend water and cream together and add flour little at the time. Whisk to remove any lumps. Add remaining ingredients and blend but don’t over work the batter. Let rest in fridge for an hour. Use a well heated waffle maker that’s been brushed with canola oil.

Fredrika Syren

Fredrika Syren is an environmental activist and writer. In 2016, she founded the website Green-Mom.com where she shared her family’s journey of living zero waste. She lives in San Diego, California with her husband James and their children Bella, Noah, and Liam. Fredrika and her family were recently featured in the documentary Zero Time to Waste. Fredrika is also the author of Zero Waste for Families - A Practical Guidebook (which you can buy on this site)

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Hello there! My name is Fredrika and I’m a Sweden native living in San Diego, California with my husband James and our three children. I’m an environmental writer and have been sharing my family’s journey of living zero-waste since we shifted our lifestyle back in 2016.

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