Weekday breakfasts are a challenge. I am always combing through the grocery store looking for quick, healthy, and delicious options. For someone who loves a fabulous weekend brunch, it’s not easy finding something that fits the bill. Enter these magnificent oat flour waffles using organic sprouted oats, and gluten free flour (not necessary). You can buy oat flour pre-grinded or easily make it at home with a food processor. These have now become a staple in our freezer. Originally, I used a belgian waffle iron but really missed the thinner style waffles for the alternate flour waffles so I purchased your basic waffle iron. These work great for freezing, too because you just pop them into the toaster for a few minutes and have perfectly toasty waffles, crispy around the edges yet soft in the inside. Exactly what’s needed for weekday breakfasts. When I have time, I just prep some stewed fruit or sliced fresh fruit. But even a slather of butter followed by a gentle drizzle of maple syrup ain’t too shabby.