Low Carb Waffles Recipe

#bakingoutsidethebox | This Low Carb Waffles Recipe is a delicious, crunchy treat with just 3 net carbs per serving.  -- A happy Saturday morning any day of the week.

Low Carb Waffles grew up out of the Success Low Carb Pancakes recipe.  We have been enjoying these crunchy waffle treats this summer.  They make Saturday morning breakfast special at my house.

I am very excited about losing weight and getting healthier.  I have personal  rules about how I do this.  So if I want to stay on a WOE, I have to feel happy and satisfied. I've learned over time that if I feel deprived or if foods are unappealing I just won't stick with the program.#bakingoutsidethebox | This Low Carb Waffles Recipe is a delicious, crunchy treat with just 3 net carbs per serving.  -- A happy Saturday morning any day of the week.

I seem especially drawn to comfort foods, so I find myself bending over backwards to develop or adapt recipes that are new friends in old clothes.  What I mean by that is that while they are made of new ingredients they look taste and smell very similar too their more traditional counterparts.

These are definitely my 'new friends'.  They are 6.7 total carbs and just 3.1 net carbs!  Are you kidding me?  Great right?

#bakingoutsidethebox | This Low Carb Waffles Recipe is a delicious, crunchy treat with just 3 net carbs per serving.  -- A happy Saturday morning any day of the week.

They arrived by way of trial and error.  The picture above is from my first experimental batch.  Yup.  My recipes aren't always an immediate success. 🙂

#bakingoutsidethebox | This Low Carb Waffles Recipe is a delicious, crunchy treat with just 3 net carbs per serving.  -- A happy Saturday morning any day of the week.

The experimental waffle was delicious but wouldn't come out of the iron very well.  I learned that it's best to add the coconut oil after you've blended everything else. This way the cold ingredients won't turn the coconut oil into a lump of cold fat in the bottom of the blender.

#bakingoutsidethebox | This Low Carb Waffles Recipe is a delicious, crunchy treat with just 3 net carbs per serving.  -- A happy Saturday morning any day of the week.

With the oil blended in properly, the waffles turned out beautifully.  The recipe made 5 waffles in my waffle iron.  Yours may make more or less.  Adjust your calories and carbs accordingly.  Enjoy!

Low Carb Waffles Recipe
 
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These low carb waffles are a crunchy treat for any Saturday breakfast or fabulous topped with keto icecream for a low carb dessert.
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Serves: aprox. 5 waffles
Ingredients
  • 4 large Eggs,
  • ½ cup Low Fat Ricotta
  • ½ cup Almond Meal/Flour
  • 3 tablespoons Coconut Flour
  • ¼ tsp. Table Salt
  • ½ tsp baking Soda
  • 1 tablespoon Coconut oil, warmed slightly
Instructions
  1. Put all ingredients except coconut oil in blender.
  2. blend till froth, about 30 seconds.
  3. Add warmed coconut oil and blend for 15-30 seconds more.
  4. Pour mixture into waffle maker according to manufacturers instructions.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 waffle

#bakingoutsidethebox | This Low Carb Waffles Recipe is a delicious, crunchy treat with just 3 net carbs per serving.  -- A happy Saturday morning any day of the week.

 

 

6 thoughts on “Low Carb Waffles Recipe

  1. Simone T Major says:

    This recipe was better when I added some 1 teaspoon of vanilla and 2 Tablespoons of half/half. Heavy creme could also be used as well as almond flavoring. The half/half thinned the recipe just enough that it worked much better in my Belgian Waffle maker. It allowed the batter to spread out better and left he waffles very light and fluffy.

  2. Finally!!!! I’m so very happy with the results. Big thumbs up and high 5. Thank you. I did add a little cooking Splenda to it and it worked. Keep up the good work! Bread of any kind has been my deal/diet breaker. No more!

  3. […] {Recipe adapted from Baking Outside the Box.} […]

  4. as delicious as these were mine were not crispy like yours. What makes them crispy? I so miss crunchy things being on a LC diet.

    • I am sorry, i don’t know what the difference could be. I’ve always assumed that the crispiness had something to do with the oil in it. Perhaps the baking time? Or maybe the waffle iron itself?

  5. I must WHIP OUT my waffle iron again, ASAP! 🙂