Almond Flour Waffles
These crispy Almond Flour Waffles are an easy breakfast recipe to fix your waffle cravings.
They are light, fluffy, and crispy with only 4.4 grams of net carbs per serving so you can indulge with no guilt.
What Are Almond Flour Waffles?
Almond Flour Waffles are the low-carb version of the classic waffle recipe.
Classic waffles are made with sugar, all-purpose wheat flour, and milk that are not keto-friendly ingredients.
Vegan Waffles use low-carb milk and can be made with low-carb flour, but they tend to use applesauce to replace the eggs.
So this Sugar-Free Almond Flour Waffles recipe is the way to enjoy this delicious dessert or breakfast on a keto diet.
Why You’ll Love These Waffles
These are the best almond flour waffles because they are absolutely delicious and they are:
- Crispy On The Outside Like Classic Waffles
- Fluffy On The Inside
- Ready In 10 Minutes
How To Make Almond Flour Waffles
Making these low-carb waffles is done in under 10 minutes for a quick keto breakfast.
- Almond Flour – Almond Flour is the best low-carb flour. I prefer using ultra-fine almond flour to avoid the gritty texture that coarser almond meals can bring. If you need some inspiration to use almond flour, read my favorite almond flour recipes. For possible swaps read below.
- Eggs – Eggs are keto-friendly ingredients. I like to pick free-range eggs for the best taste.
- Coconut Oil – Use unrefined melted coconut oil for this recipe.
- Almond Milk – Or Heavy Cream. For keto waffles, it’s essential to use unsweetened plant-based milk. Regular milk is not keto-friendly, and some plant-based milk alternatives have added sugar.
- Vanilla Extract – Skip the vanilla for savory waffles, and replace it with 1/4 teaspoon of salt. The vanilla adds delicious flavors to sweet waffles.
- Erythritol – Skip the sweetener for savory waffles, and replace it with 1/2 teaspoons of garlic powder. Erythritol is my go-to keto sweetener, but you can use any of the crystal sweeteners, even a blend such as Monk Fruit Erythritol. Read my article on the best sweeteners for your keto diet.
- Baking Powder
Making The Waffle Batter
Whisk the eggs, heavy cream, melted coconut oil, and vanilla extract in a large mixing bowl.
Coconut oil melts over 73°F (23°C), but if you heat it up too high to melt faster, you might cook the eggs when the hot oil is mixed with them.
Whisk the dry ingredients (almond flour, crystal sweetener, and baking powder) into the liquid ingredient mixture until the batter is smooth.
Let the batter rest for about 10 minutes to thicken.
Cooking The Waffles
Preheat a waffle maker for at least 5 minutes or until the waffle iron shows it is at temperature.
Use melted coconut oil or avocado oil to grease the irons with a pastry brush. This prevents the keto waffles from sticking to the waffle maker.
You can also use a cooking spray to do the same.
Pour four tablespoons (1/4 cup) of batter per waffle. If you have a double waffle maker, you can cook 1/4 cup on each waffle iron.
For mini waffles, you can make half of the batter and cook 2 tablespoons per waffle. For larger batches, you can feed a crowd with a double batch. Double the recipe and make twice as many waffles.
Bake the keto waffles for about 3 to 4 minutes in the waffle iron.
Depending on how hot and thick your waffle maker is, and how crispy you like your waffles, the cooking time might vary between 2 minutes 30 seconds, and 4 minutes.
The longer you bake them, the dryer and crispier the keto waffles will be.
Release the waffles from the waffle maker using a fork and transfer them to a cooling rack to let them cool down for 2 to 3 minutes before serving.
These keto waffles can be enjoyed as a sweet keto breakfast or a savory, healthy low-carb breakfast. The following toppings are the best:
- Maple Keto Waffles – Drizzle some Homemade Keto Maple Syrup on top of the waffles and add a few coconut flakes. You can also use store-bought sugar-free syrup.
- Keto Nutella Waffles – since Nutella is not keto-friendly, you need to use an alternative. Use my Keto Nutella Copycat Recipe and spread it on the hot waffles. Spread any chopped nuts on the top, like peanuts, almonds, or pecans.
- Keto Berry Waffles – Add your favorite berries such as blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries on top of the keto waffles, and drizzle some Keto Caramel Sauce on the top.
- Peanut Butter Jam Keto Waffles – For delicious PB&J Keto Waffles, pour some of my homemade peanut butter, almond butter, or store-bought peanut butter and some of my Keto Jam Recipe.
If you have allergies to some of the ingredients, you can make the following swaps:
- Almond Flour: you can replace the almond flour with sunflower seed flour.
- Coconut Oil: substitute coconut oil with melted butter if you have an allergy to coconut.
- Erythritol: any crystal sweetener would work such as allulose, tagatose, or xylitol.
The eggs cannot be replaced with egg replacers or egg alternatives such as flax eggs.
You can store these waffles in the fridge for up to 3 days in an airtight container.
Rewarm them in a waffle maker or bread toaster.
You can freeze cooked waffles in zip-lock bags and defrost them the day before eating them.
Rewarm the almond flour waffles either in an iron waffle maker or bread toaster oven.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Make Savory Waffles?
Yes, you can use this almond flour waffle recipe to make delicious savory keto waffles.
Simply remove the sweetener and add some of the following to the waffle batter:
- 1 teaspoon dried herbs like Italian herbs, oregano, dill
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/4 cup freshly grated cheese like cheddar or mozzarella
Can I Make The Recipe In A Blender?
Yes, you can combine all the ingredients of this low-carb breakfast in a blender to make it even faster.
You can also use a hand mixer if you don’t have a blender and don’t want to whisk manually.
Do I Have To Make Them Sugar-Free?
No, you can use this recipe to make healthy almond flour waffles. Just sub the sugar-free sweetener for coconut sugar.
Can I Add Chocolate Chips?
Yes, you can add sugar-free chocolate chips to the batter before cooking.
What Is The Difference Between Waffles And Chaffles?
Chaffles look like waffles, but the batter is made with shredded cheese as the primary ingredient, while regular waffles and keto waffles use flour.
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