Low-carb banana waffles

Low-carb banana waffles

Love waffles? Adore bananas? Waffles plus bananas equals perfection as far as we’re concerned! Try these delicious, dairy-free low-carb waffles and kick off your day in an awesome way. We love them!

Low-carb banana waffles

Love waffles? Adore bananas? Waffles plus bananas equals perfection as far as we’re concerned! Try these delicious, dairy-free low-carb waffles and kick off your day in an awesome way. We love them!
USMetric
8 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 1 1 ripe bananaripe bananas
  • 4 4 eggeggs
  • ¾ cup 175 ml (100 g) almond flour
  • ¾ cup 175 ml coconut milk
  • 1 tbsp 1 tbsp (8 g) ground psyllium husk powder
  • 1 pinch 1 pinch salt
  • 1 tsp 1 tsp (5 g) baking powder
  • ½ tsp ½ tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • coconut oil or butter, for frying

Instructions

Instructions are for 8 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Mix all of the ingredients together and let sit for a while.
  2. Make in a waffle maker or fry in a frying pan with coconut oil or butter.
  3. Serve with hazelnut spread or whipped coconut cream and some fresh berries, or just have them as is with melted butter. You can't go wrong!

Serve with

Tip!

Got extra ripe bananas? Make more waffles and freeze the leftovers for a quick and easy future morning. Wrap each pancake individually in plastic wrap for easy defrosting.

Here's how to whip coconut cream. Let a can of coconut milk sit in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours to separate the cream from the water. Open the can carefully and remove the cream part with a spoon. Place in a bowl and whisk with a hand blender for a few minutes. Save the coconut water for use in smoothies—like these!

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69 comments

  1. Kristina
    Ok, I was with you up to now as these recipes look incredible, but bananas are in no way Keto friendly.
  2. Michelle
    I made these waffles for breakfast this morning and they turned out great. I used coconut cream instead of coconut milk since I already had a can of the coconut cream open. In addition to the banana, I added a few drops of banana extract to give it a bit more banana flavor. The waffles did not stick to the waffle iron, but I'm using a ceramic Belgian waffle maker and have had good experiences with waffles not sticking.

    Topped it with butter, homemade whipped cream, pecans, and ChocZero coconut syrup. I'll definitely make these again.

  3. Lori
    I love this recipe!
    I add some chopped up 85% chocolate pieces once in awhile as a treat. So yummy!
  4. Masie
    What’s a cup??? Measurements
  5. Lauren
    Hi there, I thought that bananas couldn't be apart of the keto diet? Is this not true?.
  6. Brendalyn Valdovinos
    Is the psyllium powder necessary?
    Reply: #57
  7. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Is the psyllium powder necessary?

    It will be a much different texture and consistency if you leave it out.

  8. Karim
    Are there any replacements for flour for people who are allergic to nuts and coconut?
    Reply: #59
  9. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    Hazelnut flour can replace almond flour in a 1:1 ratio. Coconut flour is harder to substitute as it is much thirstier.
  10. Kelly
    Hi are these ok for Keto diets even though they include bananas?
    Reply: #61
  11. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    Due to the fructose from the bananas, these are more suited for those following a liberal low carb diet rather than keto.
  12. Cris
    Does the recipe work as well with the banana omitted. Apart from its fructose, I don't enjoy the taste of banana when it's cooked in a cake or a batter like this. I'm wondering just what the banana adds to the batter, apart from the banana flavour, that is so I've not worked out whether a substitute is required or not.
    Reply: #63
  13. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    The banana is going to add a decent amount of bulk/volume to the recipe as well as texture. You may wish to find another recipe rather than trying to substitute or make this recipe work for you.
  14. Annabelle L Ratliff
    I made this followed the directions but added a dash of nutmeg and 1/2 teaspoon of banana extract to make it more banana flavored. I made them in a muffin maker due to not having a good pan for waffles or waffle iron. They came out so tasty they were like the frozen muffin tops at the store. Everyone loved them which in our house is nothing shy of a miracle. Very soft like banana nut bread :)
  15. Barb
    This is a low carb recipe not a Keto recipe.
  16. Jen
    I love these! I have made them several times and they’re the only keto friendly waffle (still only 4 net carbs per waffle, even with the banana) I have found that actually tastes like a waffle. The first time they were perfect. However I have had an issue in the last couple batches with the waffle being not fully cooked inside- any thoughts on how to fix this? Cooking longer has just led to burned outside, still wet inside.
  17. Kristina Singh
    Is the batter supposed to be really liquid?
  18. Johnda
    1 cup is 8 ounces
  19. Irene
    I made these and they were delicious. I had me with a couple rasher of bacon but next time will try berries and cream. I followed the recipe and had no problems and they cooked beautifully in my waffle maker. I will freeze the extras I made but will try leaving the mixture in the fridge and making them fresh as I need them.
  20. Madlein
    I've cuestions I don't understand if the recipes for breakfast are for 2 days or 1?
    Reply: #71
  21. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    I've cuestions I don't understand if the recipes for breakfast are for 2 days or 1?

    This recipe as written makes 8 total servings.

  22. Raeann
    I tried making these in a skillet and it does not work. You have to use a waffle iron otherwise they are soggy in the middle and perfect on the outside. I tried making them super thin and they were still kinda soggy. Will not make again until I have a waffle iron.
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