Van’s waffles are like frozen Eggo waffles, but healthier. We were never really big Eggo-eaters because growing up we also had Bisquick and a waffle maker on hand. Since becoming gluten free, we haven’t tried to make our own pancakes or waffles yet, but we have both tried Van’s waffles!
Van’s has a whole variety of gluten free waffles like blueberry, apple cinnamon, and flax as well as a variety of organic waffles. Katie tried the “flax” wheat-free gluten free waffles and I tried the “apple cinnamon” wheat-free gluten free waffles.
Tracy’s review of Van’s “Apple Cinnamon” waffles:
This toaster waffle was good, but didn’t have a very strong apple cinnamon flavor, maybe because I put peanut butter and honey on my waffle it overpowered it. The waffle does have a grainy texture and is a little crumbly, but after you add some butter, syrup, or peanut butter it makes it is good. I would definitely buy these again because they make an easy lazy morning breakfast and are only 115 calories per waffle!
Katie’s review of Van’s Flax waffles:
These waffles are delicious! Like Tracy said, they are a little crumbly. I had a hard time spreading butter on my waffle without it crumbling. Melting the butter first seemed to do the trick though. I also put a little maple syrup on top. They make a perfect snack or a quick and easy breakfast. I will definitely buy these waffles again.