rice flour
0.50 cup
150 g
5.25 oz
4.95 fl oz
0.50 cup
130 g
4.55 oz
4.29 fl oz
apple cider vinegar
0.25 tbsp
5 g
0.18 oz
0.16 fl oz
baking powder
0.25 tbsp
5 g
0.18 oz
0.16 fl oz
coconut cream
0.50 cup
134 g
4.69 oz
4.42 fl oz
cane sugar
0.25 cup
3.25 tbsp
50 g
1.75 oz
1.65 fl oz
vegetable oil
1 Tbs
Nice cream
1 pc
coconut cream
4 Tbs


When the weather is getting hotter every day, then some unobtrusive thoughts about a beautiful refreshing snow-white (or chocolate) delicacy in a cone or a waffle cup come to your mind.

But if you prefer healthy goods, then all the alluring ice cream packages are not for you. You can cook the healthy option by yourself, and it will take for about 5 minutes!

Waffle cone

Mix all the dry ingredients in a medium bowl, and add all the liquid ones. Knead the dough with a whisk. Fry the waffles on a flat waffle iron, and twist it into a cone.

Nice cream

Cut the banana, and put it in the freeze; wait until it freezes, and whip it with a blender. Add 3 to 4 tablespoons of the coconut cream, a handful of berries and the syrup. Place the finished puree back in the freezer, or lay it out on the plates. It’s very dense (it has already melted in the pictures, but it was still keeping the shape).

The waffle cone is even easier to cook; you just need to mix all the ingredients and to bake the dough. The recipe was created spontaneously, as the chef just wanted to make a healthy version of the waffles without eggs, gluten and lactose. They are crunchy and perfect for ice cream; they can also be filled with the whipped chocolate coconut crème.

How often do you make waffles? Do you prefer to cook it by yourself or to buy the ready-made goods?