Norwegian Waffles Made Vegan

Norwegian Waffles- Veganized 

Hi, Kami here!

Norwegians Waffles are light and fun to eat by hand, often made on a European Iron maker (but any waffle iron works) with lots of love! I hope you and yours enjoy these delicious waffles as much as me and mine!


Recipe for Vegan Norwegian Waffles


  • 1 1/2 Cup of Oat Milk or Plant Based  Milk Alterative
  • 1 TBSP of Vanilla
  • 1/4 Cup of Vegetable oil
  • 1 TBSP of Melted Earth Balance or Butter Alterative
  • 3/4 Cup of Just Egg or Egg Alterative
  • 2 Cups of Flour
  • 1 Cup of Raw Sugar
  • 1 TSP of Salt
  • 1/2 TBSP of Baking Powder



For the recipe a blender or food processor is ideal, but an old fashioned whisk works to.

Start by pre-measuring everything you need in advance . You’ll want to add all the wet ingredients firsts and mix them thoroughly together.

After that, add in the dry ingredients.  Now, blend until  smooth.

The mixture will be very thin. Now the most important part – these waffle have to rest. They need a minimum of 20 minutes, although overnight is ideal.

These waffles are light and thin, so no need to worry if the batter is almost watery. Pour into a pitcher with a pour spout, if one is not part of your chosen method for mixing. Once the batter has had time to rest , pre-heat the waffle iron. Apply a light coat of cooking spray.

Slowly pour and even amount of batter across the iron surface.

For the best experience these to be eaten by hand folded with a little butter and jam or stay traditional with  brunost.

This is a family recipe from Mormor. It may vary from more traditional Norwegian waffles but I promise you wont regret
this yummy take on Norwegian Waffles,