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What’s the best way to start the day? I might have said a good night’s sleep… but that was before I had kids! Now I’ve got to count on other things… like coconut flour waffles! I created this coconut flour waffle recipe after many requests for a nut-free version. So, here it is! These easy keto waffles with coconut flour are a filling, healthy, and delicious way to start your day – whether you get a good night’s sleep or not!
So grab your waffle maker, it’s time to make coconut waffles! These are one of my favorite keto coconut flour recipes now.
My low carb coconut flour waffle recipe is super easy (everything is just blended together!) and takes just 5 minutes to prep. Breakfast has never been better.
How To Make Coconut Flour Waffles
These keto waffles made with coconut flour are ready in just 10 minutes! Here’s how we make them:
- Heat your waffle maker. You want it nice and hot when you put the keto coconut waffle batter in the waffle maker.
- Make the coconut flour batter. Blend together coconut flour, eggs, cream cheese, butter, heavy cream, erythritol, baking powder, xanthan gum, and vanilla until smooth.
- Let the batter thicken. Simply let it sit for a few minutes to thicken up a bit.
TIP: If the batter is crumbly like cookie dough, add more milk or cream, a tablespoon at a time, until it’s a thick batter.
- Cook waffles. Scoop a scant 1 cup batter into the waffle maker, spread and cover. Cook according to the manufacturer instructions.
TIP: Coconut waffles are done when steam is no longer coming out the sides of the waffle maker.
- Use up remaining better. Repeat until you have none left.
TIP: For crispier waffles, heat them in the oven on an oven-safe cooling rack for a few minutes at 400 degrees F. You could also pop them in the toaster, but wait them to cool a bit so that they can stand up in there.
I like to top them with strawberries and homemade sugar-free whipped cream!
Are Coconut Waffles Keto?
Yes, this waffle recipe using coconut flour is keto! Each large waffle has just 7 grams net carbs.
How To Store Keto Waffles With Coconut Flour
Store these waffles in the fridge for 3-4 days, or freeze them to keep them longer than that.
Can You Freeze Coconut Flour Waffles?
Yes, you can definitely freeze these low carb waffles with coconut flour, and I highly recommend always keeping a stash of them in the freezer so that a healthy breakfast is always minutes away.
After the keto coconut flour waffles cool completely, store them in a freezer safe bag with parchment paper layers in between to prevent sticking.
Let thaw and microwave or reheat in the toaster until warm. A toaster or toaster oven works best!
More Keto Waffle + Pancake Recipes
There is no shortage of easy keto and low carb breakfast recipes on my site! Whether you love sweet or savory, I’ve got plenty to share. If you like these gluten free waffles with coconut flour, you may also like some of my other waffle + pancake recipes:
- Chaffles – These took the internet by storm and for good reason! I share 5 varieties of chaffles – both sweet and savory – in this post.
- Vanilla Protein Waffles – Healthy waffles with an extra boost of protein, it’s a great way to start the day.
- Almond Flour Waffles – Ready in less than 20 minutes, and they even get crispy!
- Almond Flour Pancakes – These taste like “real” pancakes – without all the carbs and sugar.
- Zucchini Pancakes – Who says pancakes always have to be sweet? These savory pancakes are best when the zucchini are abundant.
- Chocolate Protein Pancakes – Chocolate for breakfast? Absolutely with these healthy pancakes. The nutrition facts will shock you!
Tools To Make Coconut Flour Waffles:
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- High Speed Blender – I use this blender for so many recipes! There is little it can’t do and I use it on a daily basis – sometimes a few times a day!
- Belgian Waffle Maker – This waffle maker is perfect for this coconut flour waffle recipe. Waffles just make breakfast more fun, don’t you agree?
- Syrup Dispenser – Store your sugar-free syrup in a dispenser for diner status. 😉
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Keto Coconut Flour Waffles Recipe
This easy coconut flour waffles recipe takes just 5 minutes to prep + 5 minutes to cook! Keto waffles with coconut flour make a delicious, nut-free low carb breakfast.
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Preheat your waffle maker.
Combine all ingredients in a blender. Puree until smooth.
Let the batter sit for a few minutes to thicken. It should be thicker than a pourable batter, but easy to spread. If it's crumbly like cookie dough, add more milk or cream, a tablespoon at a time, until it's more like a thick batter.
Scoop a scant 1 cup (128 grams) batter into the waffle maker, spread and cover. Cook according to manufacturer instructions (usually about 4-5 minutes), or until steam is no longer coming out the sides. Carefully remove the waffle from the iron (it's fragile while it's hot).
Repeat with remaining batter.
Optional step: For crisper waffles, heat them in the oven on an oven-safe cooling rack for a couple of minutes at 400 degrees F (204 degrees C), or in a toaster oven.
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Serving size: 1 large Belgian waffle
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Nutrition Information Per Serving
Where does nutrition info come from? Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy, sourced from the USDA Food Database. You can find individual ingredient carb counts we use in the Low Carb & Keto Food List. Net carb count excludes fiber, erythritol, and allulose, because these do not affect blood sugar in most people. (Learn about net carbs here.) We try to be accurate, but feel free to make your own calculations.
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