1mediumapple, peeled, cored and chopped into small pieces
In a small bowl, mix the flax seed with the water and set aside to gel.
Grease and preheat your waffle iron on a medium heat setting.
Put the flour, the baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and salt into a mixing bowl.
Pour the milk into another bowl or jug. Add the vinegar, vanilla extract, liquid coconut oil and flax mixture to the milk and stir well.
Pour the liquid mixture into the dry mixture and stir together. Don't over mix. Then add the diced apple and stir it through the batter.
As soon as the waffle iron has reached temperature pour in your batter and close the top. The amount of batter you need will vary depending on your model. Now the trick for perfect waffles is to ignore your waffle machine when it tells you they are ready. Keep them cooking until there is absolutely no steam escaping out the sides of the machine. As soon as you can no longer see any steam they are ready.
Remove the waffles, close the waffle maker top and let it heat up again before adding any remaining batter.
Prep ahead - Make the batter and cook the waffles as per the instructions. Allow to cool on a wire rack then store in a container in the fridge for up to 3 days.How to freeze - Make the batter and cook the waffles as per the instructions. Allow to cool on a wire rack then transfer them to a freezer safe container or freezer bag and keep in the freezer for up to 3 months.How to reheat refrigerated or room temperature waffles - To reheat refrigerated or room temperature waffles, simply put them in a toaster on a lowish setting. You can also microwave them for 20 seconds or so if you don't mind them not being crispy.How to reheat frozen waffles - Put the waffles in a toaster. If your toaster has a frozen button/setting use that and if it doesn't put it on a lowish setting but when they pop up you will lilkely need to put them back down for one more go before they are defrosted and hot right the way through.