Keto waffles with blueberry butter

Keto waffles with blueberry butter

Waffle lovers, unite! These fluffy keto waffles come with a satisfying crisp crust and a scoop of creamy blueberry butter. Gluten-free by nature and making it dairy-free is not a problem either. The easiest and tastiest way to please the whole family. Did someone say perfect brunch?

Keto waffles with blueberry butter

Waffle lovers, unite! These fluffy keto waffles come with a satisfying crisp crust and a scoop of creamy blueberry butter. Gluten-free by nature and making it dairy-free is not a problem either. The easiest and tastiest way to please the whole family. Did someone say perfect brunch?
USMetric
4 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 5 oz. 150 g melted butter
  • 8 8 eggeggs
  • 1 tsp 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 tsp 2 tsp (10 g) baking powder
  • 13 cup 75 ml (40 g) coconut flour
Blueberry Butter
  • 3 oz. 75 g butter
  • 1 oz. 30 g fresh blueberries

Instructions

Instructions are for 4 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Mix melted butter and eggs. Add remaining ingredients and mix to a smooth batter using an electric hand mixer.
  2. Allow to rest for 5 minutes while you heat the waffle iron to medium.
  3. After properly heated, pour batter into iron and bake until golden. Baking time depends on the size of your waffle iron; we filled ours with 34 cup (112 dl) batter. Repeat with remaining batter.
  4. Mix butter and blueberries with an electric hand mixer and serve with waffles.

 

Tip!

No time to whip up blueberry butter? Then why not serve the waffles with butter and cinnamon?

Dairy-free

Go dairy-free and replace butter with coconut oil in the batter.

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12 comments

  1. Brittany Charles
    New to Keto/low carb diet.. They aren't bad, probably one of the better ones out there but deff eat it with something nice and creamy because the after taste is a little much for me. Guess ill get used to it, but i really miss real bread and waffles lol
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  2. Maggie
    Didn’t mean to report, sorry 😐
  3. hazel
    I wasn't keen on these as waffles but I had one left and when I tried it cold later on I preferred it. next time I made them I left out vanilla essence and added touch of salt and used it as bread in a sandwich with butter and ham yum yum best bread substitute yet and I have tried them all. about to pop one in toaster so see what its like
  4. Rachel
    Can they be made with almond flour? Can't handle the flavor of coconut!
  5. Dalal
    Best waffles recipe so far! This is the first time that I try to make keto waffles that don't suck, don't fall apart and the batter is not pouring out of the waffles iron. Hint: I used coconut oil in the batter instead of butter, I find coconut flour & butter don't taste good.
  6. Sarah
    How much is one serving? An entire waffle, or one section of a waffle?
  7. Gina
    Can you post total carbs as well on nutrition? As a type 1 diabetic, I need to track total- not just net. Thanks.
  8. Sarah
    I thought we weren’t doing the “net carbs” thing... Is there an article or instructions about this on the DietDoctor website, so that I can clear up my confusion?
  9. Jolie
    These are amazing!!! I love them so much, and the kids do too!!
  10. Sarah
    The first time I made this, I used the 2-serving recipe, and it was fantastic. The second time, I used the 4-serving recipe, and it tastes way egg-y. Here is why: Every ingredient is doubled except for the coconut flour. This needs to be fixed for sure.
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  11. Denise
    Did they change the recipe? 1/3 is double 1/6 and that is what is says now. Would like to know before I try because I don't like egg-y tasting breads.
  12. Jennifer
    How do you add these to a meal plan? They're categorized as a dessert so they don't come up when im searching through the meal plans.

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