The Very Best Keto Waffles
With a big family, I have always avoided making homemade waffles because it took forever. However, my kids love waffles and after watching the Keto documentary, The Magic Pill, I decided to be more intentional to feed my kids less processed foods. Don’t get me wrong, we have made many great health changes over the past couple of years, but boxes of waffles and cereal still find their way in my shopping cart for my kids each week. I’m not saying I will never purchase them again, but I am going to try to make a big batch of these Very Best Keto Waffles once or twice a month at least. I also recently got an awesome double Belgium waffle maker that certainly makes it easier to make a lot of waffles at once.
The waffle maker that I have has two plates so that you can add batter to the top, then turn the handle and there is a second waffle plate. Being able to make two at once sure speeds up the process.
In my opinion, if I am going to make waffles, I’m making a ton at once; however, if you’d rather make less, simply cut this recipe by 2/3 as I tripled it to get the amounts below. It isn’t hard to make. I dumped all the ingredients in my blender until they were thoroughly combined then I poured 1/3 cup of batter at a time on the waffle maker.
As you can see, these waffles turned out nice and fluffy. I’ve made 3 different batches this week as I tested the recipe. All four of my kids loved them, which says a lot. My son, who is my toughest keto critic, said they are his favorite keto recipe to date.
Add all ingredient to a blender and blend on high speed until the ingredients combine. Remove the lid and scrape the sides of the blender with a spatula then blend on high again.
Preheat waffle maker. If needed, grease the waffle iron, then pour 1/3 cup batter onto the waffle grid. Using a spatula or the back of the measuring cup spread the batter out.
(Note: I kept my waffles smaller and did not add enough batter to cover the entire grid. With a big family, I need more waffles not necessarily bigger ones.)
A good maple syrup for those following a Ketogenic or low carb lifestyle is Lakanto Maple Syrup.
I tripled my original recipe so that I could make enough to last for several days. If you'd like to make a smaller portion, simply divide the ingredients in this recipe by 3.
The sugar alcohols in Swerve are not calculated in the nutritional information. The nutritional information is based on the ingredients that I had on hand.