Saturday Morning Waffles

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Fluffy keto waffles fit for a lazy Saturday morning! Only 3 net carbs per serving and perfect paired with your favorite sugar free maple syrup.

Fluffy keto waffles fit for a lazy Saturday morning! Only 3 net carbs per serving and perfect paired with your favorite sugar free maple syrup.

I love making big breakfasts on Saturday mornings. It’s the only day of the week we’re all home with the ability to mosey around. My kids aren’t active in sports (yet) so we enjoy the cartoons, breakfast, and snuggles as a family!

When I first started keto, I could not find a good pancake or waffle recipe. They either tasted like cardboard, crepes, or just had an off texture. They just weren’t satisfying to say the least. So, I kind of gave up trying recipes for them and resorted to the fact that we just wouldn’t eat those things anymore. Sad day.

Fluffy keto waffles fit for a lazy Saturday morning! Only 3 net carbs per serving and perfect paired with your favorite sugar free maple syrup.

Update: I have literally the BEST keto pancake recipe! Click here to save it!

Well, my attitude has changed, y’all! I decided if I couldn’t find a recipe that was sinfully satisfying, I’d test my own recipes until I figured it out.  I’m here to say that, by gosh, I think I’ve done it!

These waffles are NOT eggy. They’re not dry and crumbly. They aren’t so soft that you can’t get them out of the iron. They’re just really, really good.  Best of all, they are really filling unlike many pancakes and waffles. Half of 1 waffle is only 3.6g net carbs and super filling, especially if you have bacon and eggs to go with it!

Fluffy keto waffles fit for a lazy Saturday morning! Only 3 net carbs per serving and perfect paired with your favorite sugar free maple syrup.

A few notes about this recipe:

1. It’s easiest to throw everything into a blender or food processor and whip it all together until it’s really, really, smooth. With the absence of gluten in this recipe, there is no need to leave lumps or air bubbles. In fact, these will not be as good if you do. 

2. Let the batter sit about 5-10 minutes after you blend it up. This will let the batter thicken up slightly and produce a better textured waffle. 

3. The sugar free vanilla syrup is optional in this recipe. It definitely amps the flavor but if you don’t have any, or want to add a different flavor (like English toffee, cinnamon sugar, etc) feel free! Just adjust the macros accordingly!

4. I used a small brownie spatula to get these out of the waffle iron so they stayed in tact. My waffle iron has heat settings that range from 1-6 and I set it to 4, which would equate to MED HIGH.

Fluffy keto waffles fit for a lazy Saturday morning! Only 3 net carbs per serving and perfect paired with your favorite sugar free maple syrup.

Saturday Morning Waffles

Saturday Morning Waffles

Yield: Yield: 4 waffles
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1.5 cups almond flour
  • 3 tbsp coconut flour
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/4 cup butter, melted and cooled
  • 3/4 cup water
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp sweetener
  • 2 tbsp sugar free vanilla syrup (optional)
  • sugar free maple syrup

Instructions

  1. Combine everything in a blender or food processor. Pulse or blend until mixture is completely combined and smooth. Allow the batter to rest at least 5 minutes before cooking.
  2. Spray the waffle iron with non-stick spray. Use a 1/2 cup measuring cup to portion out batter into a waffle iron. Cook 2-3 minutes per waffle, until it is golden brown.
  3. Carefully flip the waffle onto a plate and repeat step 2 until all batter is used.

Notes

Serve with sugar free maple syrup, berries, butter, or whipped cream. Store waffles in a ziplock bag in the refrigerator up to 1 week.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1/2 waffle
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 220 Total Fat: 19g Carbohydrates: 6g Fiber: 3g Protein: 8g

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4 thoughts on “Saturday Morning Waffles”

    • Hi! I don’t think I would do that but you can try. You could mix the dry ahead and add the wet ingredients in the morning but the whole recipe comes together very fast.

  • Hiii! I’m so thankful for your recipes. Several of them have saved my sanity while I’ve switched my family over to the keto lifestyle. Your pancakes are one of our biggest saving graces! However, these waffles just missed the mark. I was sooooo sad because I just knew they were going to be amazing. They didn’t have the crispy outside like a waffle should have, and they give you almost instant cotton mouth. I followed your instructions exactly. I’m not sure how to get the crispy outside or eliminate the weird dryness from the inside. Maybe you can offer an idea? I want to try these again and get the successful pancake-like out one. Seriously the pancakes are amazing.

    • I’m sorry you had trouble with the recipe. I have never heard anyone say they gave them cotton mouth. I make these often and have never had anything happen like that. If yours didn’t get crisp enough then I would suspect either there was too much batter in the iron or the iron wasn’t hot enough. Also, these will not crisp up like an “eggo”, they are more Belgium waffle-esque. If you’re looking for something crunchy, then the egg/cheese waffle variations would be more your speed.

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