This vegan funfetti waffles recipe is perfect for a quick but fun brunch or breakfast! These vegan Funfetti Waffles are a party on a plate and are perfect for celebrating a birthday of someone who loves breakfast in bed. These vegan waffles are a super fun take on the classic funfetti cake recipe and are a piece of cake to make!






You can make these fluffy funfetti babies healthier by making sure to use organic ingredients and even going sugar free. Another option is to use a table spoon of agave or maple syrup for a sweetener instead of using granulated sugar. I also recommend these sprinkles that use only natural dyes and are non GMO, gluten-free and Kosher.

Essentials for making this dish include a waffle iron, which you can order online here:


To make these vegan waffles start by preheating your waffle iron. In a large bowl, whisk together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt and set aside. In a mixer fitted with a whisk attachment, or in a bowl with a whisk or hand mixer, beat the aquafaba until light and foamy and resembles whipped egg whites. (yes, actually). Add the oil, almond milk, and vanilla extract to the bowl or mixer and mix until smooth. Now add in the flour mixture and mix until well combined and smooth. Fold in the sprinkles until well incorporated. Almost there! Grease the waffle iron and ladle or scoop the batter onto the iron. Close and cook until the waffle is golden brown, about 4-5 mins. Carefully remove the waffle from the iron, and repeat with remaining waffle batter. Serve waffles with vegan whipped cream or fresh fruit and more sprinkles if you want!


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  1. These look amazing!! My hubby's bday is coming up and these will be perfect for breakfast. We had your pbj french toast from your cook book the day after Xmas by the way. Looove your breakfasts!!!

  2. Come to Córdoba!!! It´s such a beautiful City and there is one vegan restaurant (the only one) which has the BEST wraps in the world! P.S. Yes. I totally remember those days when my parents had to make more waffle batter for us kids cause we could eat so many 🙂

  3. I have a quick question for ya…if I wanted to make these into protein pancakes and add a scoop of vanilla protein powder, would you suggest changing any of the liquid amounts??? Thanks! These look amazing, I'm weight training right now so I try to add a lil more protein to my meals to recover and feed my muscles 😉 You ROCK sista!

  4. Your recipe videos have fabulous timing. First, it was the fondue and now it's a waffle recipe? My husband just bought a Texas shaped waffle maker yesterday. 🙂

  5. My girlfriend and I are big fans and we're from Madrid Spain, we can show you around and take you to the best vegan places ^^

  6. I always wondered why you seem so familiar to me… and now I got it.. you totally remind me of Jess from New Girl! Totally love your personality, keep on going!

  7. Hi. So I've been watching you for about a month and I just found out you have a cookbook??? Guess who ordered it about .72 seconds after finding out?? Can't wait! Love your videos!

  8. Thanks Edgy Veg!! Made them for my kids last weekend and even though my sprinkles died they loooooooved them!! The only sprinkles I had on tap were the "Let's do Organic" brand. Thanks for the sprinkles link!!!

  9. Did these today, my sprinkles melted to look like weird blobs but honestly the best vegan waffles I've tried thus far

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