These are the BEST keto waffles ever...absolutely delicious and only 2.5g net carbs. Made from scratch in 10 minutes and needs only a few healthy ingredients.
These low-carb waffles are crispy on the outside and airy on the inside...PLUS you can even make keto waffles sweet or savory.
These quick and easy coconut flour keto waffles are light and fluffy and can be frozen for easy meal prep. They are sugar-free, gluten-free, low-carb, and keto-friendly.
I'll teach you how to use coconut flour (without expensive baking mistakes). And you will learn to make delicious keto waffles vanilla OR chocolate with a quick cooking video.
- Are waffles keto?
- Why are keto waffles so versatile?
- Ingredients for keto waffles
- Best low-carb flours to use
- Coconut flour vs almond flour
- Best sugar-free sweetener to use
- How to make keto waffle batter
- How to cook keto waffles
- How to store waffles?
- Variations and flavors
- How to serve waffles
- Award-winning waffles
- More easy keto breakfasts
- FAQs about this keto waffles recipe
- 📖 Recipe
- 💬 Comments
When eating keto, I highly encourage you to find quick and easy breakfast recipes just like this one. Make some almond flour waffles as part of your meal prep, and freeze them to enjoy for the week ahead.
Are waffles keto?
No, a regular waffle is made with all-purpose flour, white flour, or gluten-free flour. It also has added sugar and is usually served with maple syrup or honey. They are avoided on the low-carb diet and keto diet.
A traditional waffle can have up to 25g net carbs per waffle.
This keto waffles recipe, only has 2.5 grams of net carbs each! With carbs that low you can stack a few together, add melted butter, and a drizzle of sugar-free syrup with no guilt whatsoever.
Why are keto waffles so versatile?
This easy keto waffles recipe is one of those versatile easy keto recipes that:
- Can be frozen
- Can be used for meal prep
- Is naturally gluten-free
- Can be made sweet or savory
- Is light and fluffy
- Made with simple pantry ingredients
- It's sugar-free, gluten-free, and nut free.
This easy keto waffles recipe is an easy healthy coconut flour recipe that your kids will love for breakfast or as a lunchbox filler.
Because they're not made with almond flour, these cooked waffles are perfect if your school has a nut-free policy.
Making almond flour waffles is the perfect meal prepping recipe that's keto and convenient.
Whip up a batch of this easy keto waffles recipe and freeze for busy weekday mornings!
Ingredients for keto waffles
This keto sweet waffle recipe is amazing and it has a simple ingredient list.
- eggs - fresh eggs will make your low-carb waffles fluffy
- coconut flour - using coconut flour instead of almond flour makes these high-fiber and low-carb
- sweetener of choice - the most popular sweeteners are erythritol, monk fruit, allulose, and xylitol.
- baking powder - do not confuse baking powder with baking soda
- vanilla extract - or vanilla essence
- full-fat milk or heavy cream
- melted butter
All quantities, ingredients, and instructions are in the recipe card below.
Best low-carb flours to use
The most common low-carb flours to use in low-carb waffles are almond flour and coconut flour. Both are low-carb, high-fiber and naturally gluten-free.
These gluten-free waffles are made using coconut flour.
Can you swap all-purpose flour for low-carb flour?
Traditional wheat flour pancake recipes can't be easily swapped to use almond flour or coconut flour. These two low-carb flours behave completely differently. So my suggestion is to always cook a breakfast pancake that has already been developed using these new healthy low-carb flours.
Coconut flour vs almond flour
FDA On Nuts: “The FDA lists coconut as a tree nut but in fact, coconut is a seed of a drupaceous fruit. Most people allergic to tree nuts can safely eat coconut. Coconut allergy is reasonably rare. If you are allergic to tree nuts, talk to your allergist before adding coconut to or eliminating coconut from your diet.”
Almond flour recipes tend to be higher in carbs than coconut flour recipes but almond flour recipes tend to be more popular because they are easier to make for beginners.
Can you swap coconut flour for almond flour?
No, you cannot directly swap coconut flour for almond flour. These gluten-free flours behave in completely different ways. Coconut flour is more absorbent and requires a large number of eggs to make the waffle recipe light and fluffy.
The easiest way to make fluffy keto waffles or fluffy keto pancakes is to use coconut flour or almond flour. Almond flour pancakes are higher in carbs than coconut flour sheet pan pancakes but I provide both so you have a choice on your keto diet.
Best sugar-free sweetener to use
The best keto sweeteners to use is one that taste just like sugar but without the calories, or carbs.
The most popular sweeteners are granulated erythritol, powdered erythritol, monk fruit, allulose (it cooks and bakes with a crunchy toffee crisp just like sugar), and xylitol.
A word of caution if you use stevia drops or stevia powder. Stevia is 400 times sweeter than sugar so it needs to be diluted in liquid or powder so you can measure it accurately. Some brands of stevia are diluted in alcohol or dextrose. So read the ingredients labels very carefully.
How to make keto waffle batter
This keto waffles recipe tastes just like a regular pancake house waffle because I add sweetener, melted butter, and vanilla essence. They're cooked in a waffle maker (or waffle iron) to be the best-cooked keto waffles you'll ever make.
STEP 1: In a medium mixing bowl, add your egg whites and whisk until firm with stiff peaks.
STEP 2: In a larger bowl, mix together the egg yolks, coconut flour, sweetener, and baking powder.
STEP 3: Slowly pour in the butter. Keep mixing to make sure your batter is smooth! Then add in the milk and vanilla extract and mix again.
STEP 4: Now grab your bowl of egg whites and gently fold spoonfuls of it into the yolk batter. Don't overfold or the waffles will not be fluffy.
Finally, add the batter to a prepared waffle maker. Cook until golden brown and serve with your choice of toppings!
To mix this together you'll need the standard mixing bowl. But, most importantly, you'll need a waffle maker or waffle iron. You can even use a mini-waffle maker or regular waffle maker or waffle iron.
How to cook keto waffles
Always spray your waffle maker with cooking spray, melted coconut oil, or melted butter to prevent the waffle from sticking.
Pour in enough batter to cover the bottom of your waffle maker. Cook until crispy on the outside and golden brown.
Carefully remove with silicone kitchen tongs or a wooden spatula and repeat until all the batter is used.
How long does it take to cook a waffle? It depends on the size and brand of your waffle iron. Some machines will cook faster than others, and pouring more batter will cook slower than a small serving size.
How to store waffles?
These healthy waffles can be frozen in between sheets of baking paper/parchment, in an airtight container.
Simply remove one or two frozen waffles at a time and pop them in the toaster or toaster oven, cook them in a panini press, or an air fryer, or microwave them. Serve with keto syrup, whipped heavy cream, and low-sugar berries,
Variations and flavors
Each low-carb waffle is simply an egg, coconut flour, your favorite sugar replacement, and some butter (plus a few other ingredients to make them rise and tasty).
You can adapt the basic waffle recipe by adding vanilla extract or cocoa powder to make vanilla or chocolate keto waffles.
You can make them sweet (using the recipe card below) or make savory waffles by omitting the keto sweetener and adding a pinch of salt instead.
How to serve waffles
I like to place a scoop of sweetened cream on the top of my pancakes and sprinkle them with sugar-free dark chocolate chips and roasted macadamia nuts. But there are so many other toppings for keto pancakes.
The best part about making these keto waffles is eating them! Here are a few ideas for how to serve this breakfast staple:
- Load them up with whipped cream. Whether you make the vanilla waffles or chocolate, both are fantastic with a spoonful of fresh whipped heavy cream.
- Serve with berries. Cut each keto waffle in half, spread each half with cream cheese, and add some berries such as fresh strawberries or fresh blueberries inside.
- Add nut butter. I love these keto waffles served with sugar-free chocolate spread (keto "Nutella"), almond butter, or peanut butter. Just watch the carb count!
- Keto maple syrup (or caramel syrup)
- Sugar-free chia berry jelly/jam
- Serve them the classic way. Salted butter and some sugar-free maple syrup work so well here.
- Recreate the fast food staple. Using the savory keto waffles as bread to hold a cooked egg and a sausage patty is the perfect breakfast sandwich. Then dip the breakfast sandwich into the sugar-free maple syrup.
- Make an ice cream sandwich. Toast the waffles a bit longer than usual, then fill with low-carb ice cream.
- Drop in some choc chips. Grab your favorite keto chocolate chips and drop them into the batter before you add them to the waffle maker.
- Experiment with spices. Add some ground cinnamon or ginger if you like different flavors.
Serve them with a cup of coffee or a glass of keto-friendly unsweetened almond milk. Add some fried egg whites on the side and you have a healthy low-carb breakfast.
How many keto waffles can I eat?
The nutrition panel below shows the nutrition for one waffle. 2.5 g net carbs, 6.8 g protein, 25.6 g fat, 277 calories.
Most readers like to eat two or more waffles for breakfast. It really depends on how many carbs per day you enjoy and what you decide to serve alongside. You can reduce the carbs by only omitting any fresh fruit and only serving with melted butter, keto syrup, or whipped heavy cream.
You can also cook half the recipe in a small mini waffle maker or cut each waffle into smaller pieces and dust with powdered sugar-free sweetener.
UPDATE: I just have to share with you today the best comment I received for these keto waffles. I will now be addressed forevermore as the Keto Goddess, please 😂
Every low carb/keto waffle recipe on Pinterest, have all been crap. Today was different. Big time different. Life altering different. Angels singing in my mouth different. Even my husband, who is unimpressed with all things Keto, couldn’t stop saying Wow… WOW…. These are legal???
Libby, you have just won the “Best Keto Waffle In The Entire World” award, which is apparently just my undying gratitude. You have changed my life for real, because now I can be excited about weekend breakfasts again. You are a Keto Goddess and I bow to you.
More easy keto breakfasts
If you want quick and easy healthy breakfast keto recipes, without sugar, you can whip up a keto berry smoothie, keto green smoothie, or chocolate peanut butter smoothie.
But if you want an easy on-the-go breakfast bar, make my blender grain-free granola bars. Bake a double batch and store them in the freezer.
Only 2.4g net carbs per bar. And they are perfect for a healthy low-carb lunch box too.
- Keto double chocolate chaffles
- Vanilla chocolate chip keto chaffles
- Easy keto chocolate waffles
- The best keto blueberry pancakes
FAQs about this keto waffles recipe
As long as you follow keto recipes, you can definitely eat waffles on a low-carb diet. When you make keto waffles, just use low-carb ingredients and you will be sure to stay in ketosis.
Sorry, but definitely not! Almond flour and coconut flour are very different from each other and can not be used interchangeably.
If you dislike coconut flour, I'd suggest trying a different recipe such as these almond flour pancakes.
I am quite picky about what tools I allow to take up space in my kitchen. That being said, I absolutely love my waffle maker! I use it for this recipe but also use it often to make chaffles.
Soggy waffles usually occur when there is too much moisture in the batter. Make sure to carefully measure your ingredients and give your waffle iron a bit of oil to help fry these on.
You can fry the waffle recipe in a frying pan, but then you need to call them keto pancakes. If you don't have much room, use a dash mini waffle maker.
No, baking soda is not a 1:1 replacement for baking powder.
While you are cooking each waffle you can keep the cooked waffles warm in a toaster oven set on low-medium heat, in the oven on a baking tray (baking sheet), or in a slow-cooker set to low.
Pure vanilla extract has the purest taste but it may be too expensive for most so vanilla extract or vanilla essence both work well.
Do not confuse these almond flour waffles with keto chaffles. Chaffles are made with cheese and eggs. There are a lot of different versions of chaffles, some are made with canned coconut milk, and others are made with egg whites.
This waffles recipe will make 5 regular waffles or 10 small mini-waffles.
You need to spray with cooking oil every time your pour more batter in, otherwise, each waffle will absorb the cooking oil as they bake.
These are larger and thicker than American waffles. They can hold more toppings and sauce.
Please rate this recipe.
Easy Keto Waffles Recipe (Coconut flour)
- 5 eggs - medium separated
- 4 tablespoon coconut flour
- 4 tablespoon granulated sweetener of choice or more, to taste
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 3 tablespoon full-fat milk or cream
- 125 g (1 stick plus 1 tbsp) butter melted
- Whisk the egg whites until firm and form stiff peaks.
- Mix the egg yolks, coconut flour, sweetener, and baking powder.
- Add the melted butter slowly, mixing to ensure it is a smooth consistency.
- Add the milk and vanilla, mix well.
- Gently fold spoons of the whisked egg whites into the yolk mixture. Try to keep as much of the air and fluffiness as possible.
- Place enough of the waffle mixture into the warm waffle maker to make one waffle. Cook until golden.
- Repeat until all the mixture has been used.
YOUR HOLIDAY PANTRY & GIFT GUIDES
Approximate nutrition information is provided for convenience and as a courtesy only. For the most accurate nutritional data, use the actual ingredients and brands you used in your preferred nutrition calculator.
Hi! I would love to try these, as I can't have gluten and am trying to cut back on carbs.
My question is how many waffles does this make? My waffle maker is quite big. Bigger than my open hand (my hands are quite large for a woman). I don't necessarily need to fill the waffle maker, but am curious if this makes one waffle or more? I don't know if it's easier, but how big of a waffle does this make?
I look forward to trying this, but it doesn't sound like a ton so I will have to make more than one batch to freeze.
Hi EllieMae, this recipe serves 5 medium-sized waffles, so you will have to see how many waffles it makes in your own machine then adjust the nutrition accordingly. Alternatively, you can just scoop 1/5 of the mixture into the centre of your [eafl id="35890" name="Waffle maker large" text="waffle maker"] (enough for a medium waffle) and it will only half fill your machine to make a regular, not large, waffle. (I hope that makes sense).
Delish! Had to adjust the amount of batter in the waffle maker due to the excess that dripped out. These were light and fluffy and didn't need any syrup! Made them on my Belgian waffle maker and my mini. Funny thing, I may have used 1 more egg than I needed because I miscounted. (I quadrupled the recipe for freezing) and 20 eggs was a lot to separate! Will certainly make more when these run out.
I've been low carb for years and I gave up on substitutions for bread. I Dont enjoy most keto breads. Glad I can enjoy waffles again tho!
Oh, Nancy, I love this. Remember you can freeze waffles for easy breakfast meal prep ahead for delicious weekend waffle-mania! So next time you make double or quadruple the recipe, freezer these fluffy keto waffles and I'll be over in a flash to enjoy them with you.
I’m anxious to make these, but I I wonder if anyone has tried this recipe with a cast iron waffle maker? All the low-carb recipes we’ve tried so far have made a sticky mess, which I’d rather avoid creating again. 😉
I tried these for the first time today, and I have to say they are amazing! They have such a great flavour, I didn't even bother with the sugar-free maple syrup that I bought for them!! My waffle maker is a mini one, so my plan for breakfast this week is 2 mini waffles with a sausage patty between them - the perfect breakfast sandwich! Thanks for such a simple, tasty recipe.
What is considered a portion for these waffles?
Libby Jenkinson, MPS
The suggested serving size is 1 waffle, however, many readers enjoy 2 but cut back on the berries and cream to cut back on the optional extra carbs.
Is 1 Mini 4 inch waffle 1 serving size? Thanks
The recipe makes 5 waffles, the serving size is 1 waffle.
I tried this recipe as stated and used a quarter cup measure. It would spill over the sides a bit of my mini waffle maker. I got 9 waffles. If you use a scant 1/4 cup measure it should come out to 2 waffles per serving. It does not look like it would be enough to make a waffle but the batter expands quite a bit during cooking. It is quite sweet but yummy. I did not do the coco version.
OMG! I’m in love. I’ve been trying really hard to stick to a clean KETO diet but I have a problem with artificial sweeteners, that is until I tried Mink Fruit by Splenda. So I made this recipe in my new little DASH waffle maker. I got 8 waffles, 6 to freeze and 2 to eat this morning. I used a level 1/4 measuring cup and it was perfect. Since I use a 1/2 cup of batter in my regular waffle maker for 1 serving I feel like 2 Dash size is one serving. This recipe will be on my meal menu.. YUMMY!!!
Hey there, Annette, this is brilliant! Finding a low-carb sweetener that you like is the first big step to success. And keeping keto waffles in the freezer is perfect for busy mornings and bus weekends. Way to go!
I am new to keto and this is the first “baked good” that I have made fora ketogenic diet. It was really good! I ate it with some crushed berries and chopped Brazil nuts on top, with a side of bacon. Will definitely make it again! 🥳
I like the sound of your PRO 4-week course, however I am dairy-free, can you accommodate a dairy-free keto diet?
How wonderful that you are wanting to join Ditch The Carbs 4-week QUICKSTART. You can completely change the way you eat in just 4 weeks.
I don't give meal plans for the duration of the course because there are so many people with different dietary requirements such as egg-free, vegetarian, carnivore, dairy-free etc. I do, however, have some sample free weekly plans for those who would like something to follow just to get them started.
I believe in teaching you how to plan your own meals as this has the biggest impact on long term sustainability.
Click here to join us. I'll see you inside.
AMAZING!! These waffles are so good I feel guilty eating them! I love waffles so I have tried just about all of the keto-friendly recipes out there. Some were okay, some were horrible, some were good, BUT, as with many keto recipes I have tried, they were good...for being keto friendly. With this recipe there is no dot.dot.dot......they are GOOD! I gracefully bow down to you My Waffle Highness....my respect and admiration you have won 🙂
Wow Renée, you have absolutely made my day! You have raised me from the waffle goddess ... to your waffle 👑 highness! Thank you 👑
AAHHHHHMMMMMAAAAZZZZZIIIIIIINNNGGGGG!!!!!!!!!! Seriously for all the haters out there smh - IT WILL NEVER be the same, because it's NOT the same, we are looking for similar alternative. I have been following a low carb lifestyle for almost 3 years now. This is the first keto recipe that I have found that even remotely comes close to the real deal. It is a tad too coconutty for my preference, however, with SF maple syrup I couldn't taste to coconut flavor anymore. (They're really good with SF choc. chips too!) I mean even my 11 year old boy, who usually has regular waffles, likes this recipe. Thank you VERY much for sharing the love!
Oh wow MKLyon, I love this! I totally agree. Low-carb and keto recipes will NEVER be the same as regular ultra-processed junk food (because that's what they are in reality) that has been "formulated" to be as addictive as possible (yes, it's true sadly). These bad boys are so much better. I am absolutely thrilled your son loves them as much as he does, that is a real win in my book. Thank you for such a fabulous review today 🙂
I’m accustomed to being disappointed by keto recipes, so I was not expecting these waffles to be as good as they are. Super super satisfying. I only added about half the egg white, so I didn’t find them “eggy” like some of the other reviewers did. For the milk and cream, I used two tablespoons of canned coconut milk and two tablespoons of sour cream. I also added nutmeg. Highly recommended.
Awesome Ella! Thank you so much for your review today. P.S. I love your idea of nutmeg, especially at Christmas.
Can you freeze these waffles and then toast them up to enjoy later?
Yes, you can freeze these waffles. Place the cooked waffles on a wire rack and wait for them to be cool and stopped steaming. Then place in an airtight container, with a layer of baking parchment between each waffle. When you want to enjoy a waffle, simply remove 1 or 2 from the freezer and toast, fry, microwave or pop them back in the waffle maker to reheat. They're also delicious served cold as a sweet sandwich bread with cream cheese and berries inside.
OMG Libby, I’m just in love with this recipe, I used less butter than the recipe ask and this still fluffy and delicious. I wish I could post the picture. You make my day thank you!
Hey there Daisy, I would LOVE to see your photo. You can always pot it on my Instagram page and tag me @ditchthecarbs or in my Low-Carb and Keto For Beginners Group. I love seeing recipes and delicious low-carb baking.
Not awful, Not amazing
I followed the recipe precisely, only decreasing the sweetener to 2T (very sweet), and I can't say this is the one recipe that would end my search for a low-carb waffle. They are "eggy" and I was not surprised by that. I did add some cinnamon to the last of the batter and that was nice. Kind of feel bad using all that butter (was hoping it would make up or overcome the egginess) in something I didn't end up loving, haha. I wonder if some waffle irons are better for this recipe than others?
Thank you for your honest review. I think there is a vast difference in the brands of coconut flour we all use. Some brands are able to "mop up" butter better than others. Maybe next time, add an additional tablespoon or two.
I might try these, but one look at the fat content and it seems to me that you are changing carbs for fat. Not a good exchange in my book just to call them "KETO". You'll be skinny, but you'll have heart disease! haha!
You may wish to read this article "Advantage of a low-carb diet" and "Why fat is protective, carbs are harmful" 🙂
These are our favorite go to supper we love these! thank you.
Clearly not understanding the dynamics of Keto
These waffles turned out so fluffy! As some reviewers have mentioned they do taste slightly “eggy”, but I don’t mind that flavor. I have Celiac and follow a lower-carb eating style, so I’m always looking for delicious recipes like this.
I used erythritol with monk fruit for the granulated sweetener. I made (and immediately ate) 2 servings. It was enough to make just under 5 mini waffles. I used salted butter, and it was perfect. Event though I was rough folding the yolk mixture into the whipped egg whites it still turned out fluffy! I’d recommend putting a little less of the mixture into the waffle iron than you think you need because the heat seems to cause the bubbles to expand quite a bit.
I’ll definitely be making these again!
I did follow the recipe. But I did not have heavy cream. I had extra creamy Oat milk. Would that have been a difference! They were not light, fluffy or crunchy. They were flat and rubbery. Though with a little monk fruit maple syrup and some strawberries they tasted ok. But like others have said a lot of work for a disappointing turn out. I did whip the egg whites till firm, they were beautiful. I folded them carefully. But got a soggy limp waffle. What could I have done differently?
It was the oat milk substitution. It has a completely different fat and protein profile than heavy whipping cream so the keto waffle batter would have been a little soggy PLUS needed extra cooking. Both of these factors would make your waffles not light and fluffy. It takes a long time to develop these recipes, and I completely understand when you have to replace substitute an ingredient but the end result will be very different I'm afraid.
Why are you saying you followed the recipe with you didn’t?
Used half N half because I didn’t have cream. Very tasty!
So I made these and they came out ok. They are not firm very saggy. They do hold together. They are not light and fluffy. I've been eating keto for 3 years but I've always used almond flour. I am trying to stay away from nuts so I decided to try coconut flour version. I was worried when I saw all the butter. I think that is why they came out so rubbery. They tasted ok. But usually with my keto waffles I don't need to add anything to make them sweet. The syrup is enough. Now with that said I would omit the butter. Use----
1/3 cup coconut flour, 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum optional, 1 cup coconut cream unsweetened or coconut cream and a little water, 2 Tablespoons coconut oil, 3 eggs, Mix it all together. Let it sit!!!! Stir each time you make another waffle. Use a 1/3 cup measure to pour it out on the griddle.
You mentioned in another message that your comment had been deleted but its hasnt.
Came out totally flat and rubbery, I ended up adding twice as much flour (I used almond flour) and they still tasted eggy and rubbery. I did have to make a few substitutions, but even so I would rate this 1-star because I want a user-friendly recipe and one that can accept substitutions and creativity. This recipe requires messing up three bowls (egg yolks, whites, dry goods), requires making merangue, and apparently needs to be followed precisely. Not something I'll be making again: too persnickety for something that doesn't even taste good.
Hey there Danielle, I'm sorry to read of your recipe predicament. If you used almond flour, I'm afraid you didn't make my recipe! If you are new to low-carb and keto you may be unaware that coconut flour and almond flour are NOT interchangeable and require quite a lot of recipe development to get the ratio of flour, liquid and protein to be correct. With most of my recipes, I welcome "substitutions and creativity" but using the recipe as stated should always be your starting point. You may wish to read The Ultimate Guide To Low-Carb Flours which explains this further. So yes, I am "pernickety" where flours are concerned, as you discovered, it makes all the difference between a recipe that is a success (this is the most popular waffle recipe on the site) and those that fail.
Where does the fiber in the waffles come from?
Libby Jenkinson, MPS
The coconut flour. It's a wonderful high fibre and low carb flour. You can see more coconut flour recipes here.
I love these waffles! I've been making them for several years... you don't even have to separate the eggs for them to be light and fluffy...I also use liquid coconut oil in them and they come out perfect! I also love your syrup recipe! Thank you for such an amazing recipe!!
Aw, thank you Rhonda for such a lovely review. These keto waffles are one of the most popular recipes on Ditch The Carbs and I love reading all the different variations that readers are making.
You're giving it 1 star because you didn't follow the recipe, and it didn't work?
Of course it wasn't crispy with almond flour. Almond flour doesn't go crispy.
It's like saying "the recipe called for milk, but I used chicken stock instead, and it wasn't very creamy"
In the history of unfair reviews, this is one of the worst I've seen.
This was a game-changer! I’ve been searching for the perfect coconut flour waffle recipe. I’ve tried so many and some were too eggy, others too dense, a few were too gritty, etc etc. This one? This one was amazing! Even my lacto-ovo vegetarian teenager was a fan & wants to put it in the regular dinner rotation! A miracle!! Light and fluffy - dare I say almost indistinguishable from the original wheat flour variety. I added about a cup of whole blueberries to the batter right at the end and gently folded in. Absolutely divine! Thank you!!
Brilliant! Here's to the best darn keto waffles in town!
I would love to try these as I’m looking for a coconut flour version which is crispy. Would the results be the same if I omit or lessen the sweetener?
The results should be the same without the sweetener, other than it tasting a little bland.
These waffles are light, fluffy and taste amazing! I used 7 packets of Sucralose and they were plenty sweet. I will definitely make this recipe again. Thank you for helping me on my Keto diet.
Awesome. You might want to check your sucralose, however, just check the nutrition label to see if it has been diluted with ingredients such as maltodextrin for example. The Ultimate Guide To Sweeteners - what to use and what to avoid, will help you.
I though these were "eggy" in taste and 125g of butter? thats nearly 1/2 cup, seemed like a waste
..I won't be making these again. 🙁
That's a shame, everyone loves these award-winning waffles. Maybe you needed to add more vanilla or sweetener perhaps? It's the butter that gives the waffles their amazing rich flavour. ?
I agree too much butter. I added my review the other day and for some reason you removed it. I even gave you a recipe to make them better. That's not cool!
Phenomenal. Not eggy at all. I did follow the suggestion of less sweetener and they were perfect 🙂
These had good flavor but we’re soggy.
I was so so impressed by these. Fabulous! We did pancakes. So glad to not use almond flour (so not a fan).
BUT I’m so confused by your amounts. You’re saying 2.5 net carbs per serving (carbs minus the fiber), but 5 servings and the whole things is 4.5 carbs? Wouldn’t it be 12 net carbs according to your calculations? However, I put it in Carb Manager and I comes up as 9 g of net carbs for the whole recipe. Please advise 🙂
iM glad you brought that up. I came up with the same manily due to the Sweve I used. Stil LOVE the recipe but might use less sweetner next time and portion respecting the higher carb count.
Followed recipe. Each time the batter hit the waffle maker liquid would come dripping out all over the place. They were very eggy as well. The kids du]id like them though.
I searched all of the comments and no one referred to this question. I only buy large eggs. For the price these days, mediums are a waste of money. So how many large eggs would be equal to the 5 medium? I'm printing this recipe and giving it a try. I lost 35 pounds on Keto and maintained for 2 1/2 years. Broke my ankle and was in a rehab for a month so you have to eat what they give you and when I went home I couldn't stand to cook for over 6 months. I gained it all back. Keto works but I got bored with the lack of options in recipes. Having waffles would be a plus. I never liked the almond flour version.
You'll love my egg-size conversion charts. They show you how to convert any size egg using the egg charts (plus there are even the best egg substitutes there, too).