Waffles are a great breakfast, especially when you are wanting something warm and filling to start your day. Traditional waffles are high in carbohydrates and often full of sugar. Add syrup and you are on a carb overload! At My Lazy Keto Kitchen, LLC, we wanted a warm waffle breakfast with great taste, and a sauce to put on top that would leave you feeling fulfilled. That's why we created these low carb waffles. The kids love them, and being super easy to make is a definite plus!
We make these waffles using a food processor and a waffle maker. The high fat content in these waffles means you won't need to spray the waffle iron with anything, just pour the batter in and let them cook.
Yield: 10 waffles, Serv. Size 1 Waffle
4 lg Eggs
1 C Almond Flour
4 T Butter, melted
4 oz Cream Cheese
1/4 C Sour Cream
1 t Baking Powder
1 t Vanilla
2 t Sweetener, we use Swerve
1 T Psyllium Powder (you could sub in 1 t xanthan gum)
Get your waffle iron heating up.
Add all the ingredients to your food processor and blend until smooth.
Use 1/3 C of batter per waffle. (This will change depending on the size of your waffle iron, ours makes 2 square waffles)
Let them cook until they are golden brown, it's as easy as that!
Cal. 250 Fat 22g Net Carb 4g Protein 6g
For our toppings, we like to either do a simple berry syrup, or a maple butter spread. You can even it them with both!
2 C frozen Berries of choice
1/2 C Sweetener
2 T Butter
Place all in a small pot and heat on stove top until simmering. Use right away!
Serv. Size: 2 Tablespoons
Cal. 30 Fat 2g Net Carb 2g Protein 0g
Maple Butter Spread
6 T Butter, soft
1/2 C Confectioners Swerve
2 T Heavy Cream
1 t Maple Extract
1/2 t Cinnamon
Place all your ingredients in a food processor. Blend until smooth.
This Spread is very rich and sweet. Feel free to lower the amount of sweetener to adjust to your taste.
Serving size: 1 teaspoon
Cal. 25 Fat 2.5g Net Carbs 0g Protein 0g
All our nutrition facts are calculated using the ReciPal software, based off the ingredients we use in our kitchen.