Keto waffles are probably my new favorite breakfast recipe. They are super easy, delicious and fun to make with the kids.
If you have recently bought a waffle maker, and you’re looking to do something with it as you have recently decided to give the ketogenic diet a try, then THIS is the recipe that might just save your life.
Waffles are great by themselves, or with plenty of butter, but why not make them a real treat and add some sugar-free maple syrup and top it all off with some Keto Icecream? This batter makes 3 complete waffles, but you’ll probably feel full after just 1/4 of the waffle. They are fluffy but calorically dense, so don’t go putting a whole waffle on your plate…
Its made with Almond Flour and xanthan gum, much like my Keto Bread (just with much fewer eggs). This recipe doesn’t have any eggy smell what so ever, even when you’re cooking them (crazy, I know). Turns out, when you introduce vanilla and a little sweetness into the mix, it both masks the sulfur smell completely, and once cooled will taste exactly like wheat flour waffles.
Depending on how crispy you like these waffles, I suggest cooking for 4-7 mins depending on the heat of your waffle iron. If they are crispy, then they are easier to pick up.
If you are looking for more crispy Keto waffles like this, you are going to love my other breakfast recipes on the blog that are just as delicious is this one, or you can download my Best Selling Keto Cookbook and get even more great keto breakfast recipes.
Or if you are looking for more gluten-free waffles recipes sequenced into an easy keto meal plan, then you’ll enjoy my 4-week keto meal plan, filled with many more breakfast ideas like this recipe.
How many calories in a Keto Waffle?
If you’re wondering How many calories in a Keto Waffle?, then hopefully I can answer this question for you.
The nutritional information can be found here for this recipe:
How many carbs in a keto waffle?
That’s a good question. Well, I also wondered about How many carbs in a keto waffle? before I created this recipe, so you’re not alone! If you look above, hopefully, the nutritional information panel can answer this question, but if it doesn’t, you can always leave a comment below and I’ll answer as promptly as I can.
I hope you enjoy this crispy Keto waffles as much as I did testing, creating and photographing this recipe. Don’t forget to share this Keto Waffles with a friend in need, or anyone who would be excited about finding a perfect crispy Keto Waffles.
Until Next Time.
- In a large bowl, beat your eggs until well combined.
- In a seperate bowl, add the almond flour, baking powder, salt and xanthan gum. Mix thouroughly
- Warm the almond milk up on the stove for about 3 mins. Make sure this is not too hot otherwise you'll cook the eggs
- Mix with the eggs in the first bowl, adding the erythrtiol, melted butter and vanilla extract.
- Combine the eggs with the almond flour mixture and let it sit for about 5 mins while the waffle iron heats up
- Follow the directions on your waffle iron manual on how to cook these badboys, (usually around 5-7 mins). Let them sit to cool slightly and enjoy.