Keto Waffles with Almond Flour

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  • prep time

    prep time

    15 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    50 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    1 h 5 min

Keto Waffles with Almond Flour

8 ratings

Are you looking for great Keto waffles made with almond flour? Your search has ended here! These delicious waffles taste like a million bucks but utilize simple Low Carb ingredients. Almond flour is blended with sweetener, baking powder, salt, fresh eggs, almond milk, and almond extract. The batter is scooped into mini waffle iron and cooked until golden brown and delicious on both sides. These waffles are the perfect blank canvas for a multitude of toppings! Optional, but feel free to dush the waffles with some powdered sweetener before serving!

What are some ideas for topping the waffles?

You can top the waffles with a classic smear of softened butter and Keto maple syrup. Alternatively, you can spread mixed nut butter on top with sugar-free jam. To make them decadent, feel free to top with lightly sweetened whipped cream and fresh raspberries and blueberries like we did in this recipe.

How can I save leftover waffles?

The waffles hold up wonderfully to being frozen. Simply place them into a freezer zip lock bag and then into the freezer. Once ready to reheat, put them in a toaster on a defrost setting to crisp them.

Are these waffles dairy-free?

Yes! These waffles are made dairy-free using unsweetened almond milk in the batter and ghee for greasing the waffle iron. Feel free to use coconut oil or avocado oil for greasing the waffle iron too. Of course, the whipping cream in the recipe is not, so feel free to substitute it with coconut cream instead.

Why does this recipe use a small waffle iron?

We found that the small or mini-sized waffle irons work the best on gluten-free, Keto Low Carb batters.

Serving suggestions

If you need more calories in your breakfast, pair waffles with this Low Carb Hot Coconut Breakfast Porridge:

  • Net Carbs

    4 g

  • Fiber

    3.5 g

  • Total Carbs

    17.2 g

  • Protein

    7.7 g

  • Fats

    21.1 g

238 cals

Keto Waffles with Almond Flour

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  • Almond flour

    Almond flour

    2.5 cup

  • Monk Fruit Erythritol Blend

    Monk Fruit Erythritol Blend

    0.25 cup

  • Baking powder

    Baking powder

    4 tsp

  • Coarse Kosher Salt

    Coarse Kosher Salt

    0.25 tsp

  • Raw egg

    Raw egg

    2 large

  • Unsweet almond milk

    1.5 cup

  • Almond extract

    Almond extract

    1 tsp

  • Ghee


    1 tbsp

  • Whipping cream, extra heavy/gourmet, not whipped

    Whipping cream, extra heavy/gourmet, not whipped

    0.5 cup

  • Monk Fruit Erythritol Blend

    Monk Fruit Erythritol Blend

    0.25 cup

  • Blueberries


    0.25 cup

  • Raspberries


    0.25 cup

Recipe Steps

steps 9

1 h 5 min

  • Step 1

    Combine the dry ingredients, including the almond flour, granulated sweetener of choice, baking powder, and kosher salt.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Next, combine the liquid ingredients, including the eggs, almond milk, and almond extract.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Pour the liquid ingredients into the dry ingredients and whisk well to combine.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    In the meantime, preheat small waffle iron. Brush the iron with melted ghee using a silicone brush.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Pour enough batter to cover the bottom of the iron barely. Cook waffles for 4-5 minutes, erroring on the side for more time. If the waffles will not come out of the iron easily, give them another minute.
    Step 5
  • Step 6

    Remove the waffle from the iron by using a rubber spatula. Gently lift the waffle from the iron and directly pull the waffle up. This method will help the waffle not to break.
    Step 6
  • Step 7

    Set the waffle aside on a plate and repeat with the remaining batter. The batch should make 10 waffles.
    Step 7
  • Step 8

    While the waffles are cooking, whip the cream and 2 tbsp of sweetener until stiff peaks form.
    Step 8
  • Step 9

    Top each waffle with some whipped cream and berries. Serve immediately.
    Step 9

Comments 13

  • StupendousMacadamia788443

    StupendousMacadamia788443 3 months ago

    Waffles fell apart

    • StupendousKale229766

      StupendousKale229766 4 months ago

      Totally hits tje sweet spot when needed! I just added (pre heated) frozen berries and it was perfect. I made an extra batch to freeze in. I added raw unsweetened coconut and had no problem with them falling apart because the mixture was rather moist (like normal pancake mixture).

      • UnbelievableKetone610213

        UnbelievableKetone610213 9 months ago

        Anyone try something different to keep them from falling apart?

        • ExcellentMacadamia378081

          ExcellentMacadamia378081 5 months ago

          I made the following substitutions to this recipe: add 1 more egg, use 1 cup of almond flour and 1 cup of ground flax seed, half a cup of whole milk or almond milk, and I used 2tbsp of sugar free vanilla coffee syrup instead of monk fruit

      • Gina

        Gina a year ago

        I used apple sauce to replace the egg and it completely stuck to my waffle maker, what a mess. So I tried to fry them like a pancake. Turned out like oatmeal, very tasty but I would never make these in a waffle maker again.

        • GorgeousArugula519064

          GorgeousArugula519064 10 months ago

          Don’t use the recipe above , try 57g grated mozzarella, 25g almond flour, 1/4 teaspoon baking powder and 1 large egg. Blend in a blender and then split mixture in two. Makes two mini waffles (4mins) in the waffle machine.

        • FortuitousKetone733726

          FortuitousKetone733726 10 months ago

          You need to use pam spray and it won’t stick!!

      • UpbeatMacadamia113207

        UpbeatMacadamia113207 a year ago

        Should have read the reviews first. They tasted great, but don’t hold together at all. Complete crumbles on your plate.

        • SpectacularKale223987

          SpectacularKale223987 a year ago

          They fell apart. I think the liquid proportion was off. Too much. Wasted a lot of ingredients. Maybe someone tweaked the recipe after this was posted and has suggestions.

          • AwesomeKale662776

            AwesomeKale662776 2 years ago

            These were amazing taste-wise, however, they broke up on trying to get out of my waffle iron so I made pancakes instead.

            • Rhondarsc

              Rhondarsc 2 years ago

              The waffles fall apart. Followed recipe exactly as stated. Did several waffles. Kept them in even longer then stated to see if that helped. Yes my waffle maker had enough spray. I use the mini dash and it is almost new.

              • PropitiousKetone272326

                PropitiousKetone272326 8 months ago

                Oh! Just bought myself a waffle iron as saw there were waffles in the meals section, but never read the reviews… Not sure what would cause them to fall apart?

              • SpectacularKale223987

                SpectacularKale223987 a year ago

                I had the same experience. Sad. Wasted a lot of ingredients.