Mad Creations Keto Crispy Savoury Waffle, are incredibly easy to make and easy to eat.
Eat them plain, use them for toasties, burgers, or ice cream sandwiches. Simple and versatile. Also suitable to freeze and simply toast when needed.
The burger below is filled with Baja Chicken (recipe in the book Real Food Real Fast, available in our store) a red hot jalapeno and radish butter glaze, and slaw. The whole recipe for this burger is featured in the book Fast & Fresh which is available in the store.
Making waffles I have to say, that I have really grown to love making them. Each recipe I create makes roughly about 3 large waffles, but that is 6 – 12 serves for me as I find them incredibly filling. I have to laugh at myself as I now even own 2 waffle irons, one square one round. It was after I started to blog waffle recipes that kmart bought out a great round one for only $20. Even if I didn’t use it a lot, I knew I would get my moneys worth out of it at least.
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Easy Keto Waffles
- 1 cup cheese
- 2 bacon rashers diced and cooked
- Melt butter on stove or microwave for 1 minute. Add all ingredients to a mixer with dough hook or food processor and mix until completely combined.
- Cook in a preheated and buttered waffle iron according to manufacturer’s instructions. If using additional toppings add them now to the mix and cook as instructed.
- Serve with your favourite toppings or as an extra treat a fabulous burger.
- Melt butter 3 min/100℃/ speed 1. Add remaining ingredients; mix 3 min/dough setting. Follow from Step 2 above.
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27 responses to “Crispy Keto Waffles”
I wanted my own pancakes to celebrate Canada Day with the rest of my family so I whipped up a batch of these. I cooked them up in a frying pan and they are the best Keto pancakes I’ve ever made. Firm structure yet light and fluffy and delicious.
Finally a keto waffle recipe that is delicious and actually crispy! Winner winner winner! Thanks so much for this.
Thanks for offering to convert to measurements we in the U.S. are familiar with. These are teaspoons/tablespoons and cups. I love crispy so am looking forward to making these.
I’m allergic to almonds. Do you have recipes using coconut flour or other low carb flours?
By thickened cream do you mean whipping cream?
Hi, i tried making them this morning but the batter spread so badly tat it din form a waffle. All i get is burnt buts n pieces. Love the flavour & taste though. Not sure what i have done wrongly although i followed the recipe to the T.
Could you use Pea Protein powder or does it have to be Whey?
Could you use Pea Protein Powder or does it have to be Whey?
Can you substitute the protein powder with anything else?
Omg best waffles I’ve made done so far and so quick.
Yes these are really good. They do get crispy, which is wonderful. I had an issue with the measurements because, American here, metric is alien to me, and the US conversion was such odd numbers. So I did, ohhhh 2 ounces and a dollop more… So my measurements were no where near accurate and my final product was a bit oily. But still delicious!
These are by far my favourite waffles, so crispy and taste just amazing! I make a whole batch and freeze the extras for when I need a sweet treat. I top with a few berries and plenty of yummy cream
I made these and froze them…still crispy when reheated in toaster! Super yum!