This video shows us an unusual method for making Buckwheat Millet Coconut Waffles. The batter for these waffles is made without flour, but with actual grains - millet and buckwheat.
In the blender put a cup of each of the grains and two and half cups of milk and let this sit for about four hours to soften the grains. When it‚Äôs nice and soft blend it, then add some shredded coconut, sea salt, cinnamon, ground coriander, some butter, an egg or egg replacement, and baking powder, and continue blending the ingredients together.
Pour the batter into the waffle maker, let it cook, add syrup, and eat.
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