Even though we most like making homemade dairy-free waffles, sometimes frozen store-bought is in order.
And these are our favorite. See ingredients and details below.
Yes, our easy water waffle recipe is super popular here at Milk Allergy Mom.
It has no eggs, no milk, and no substitutes for those ingredients.
Plus, our homemade recipe freezes really well.
So much so, that many food allergy families make big batches ahead of time…
and freeze our easy peasy scratch waffles as their own version of frozen waffles.
However, some days I’m just really in the mood for a blast to the past…
my childhood frozen waffles.
My kids can totally live without these. They are so used to the real thing.
They like our homemade waffles much better.
But I’ll pick up these dairy-free and gluten-free waffles for me and take my time working through a box all by myself.
When I make these Vans waffles, I first microwave them to heat them through.
Then I toast them for a nice crunch. So yummy.
And even though we are not gluten-free, I do like that these are.
As always, double-check the labels because ingredients can change. And call the company for manufacturing processes if you need to. Just because these work for our allergies, doesn’t mean they will work for yours. Be safe!
The Vans Foods website says many of their products are dairy-free and egg-free. I’m not sure which ones are not.
You’ll want to consult their website or make a call for the latest information on their foods.
But here’s the ingredient list on our box of waffles.
For more information, visit the Vans Foods website.
Hope you get to enjoy waffles soon!