Maple Keto Waffle Recipe
I thought that because there were SO MANY low carb waffle recipes on Pinterest, surely I didn’t need to create one of my own.
But as it turns out, I was kind of disappointed.
Not really in the recipes themselves, but in the macros of those ratios. In other words, I didn’t like the percentage of Fats, Carbs, and Protein in the waffles, or they had so many calories that I couldn’t eat the whole thing!
And where’s the fun in that?
No one wants to eat half a waffle.
So I created my own, and it was good, but not great, until one day when I decided to add some maple extract to it.
Obviously syrup is out when you’re low-carb, (yes there are sugar free syrups, but I’m not very impressed with any of them yet) but adding in the maple extract to whipped egg whites, and a bit of low carb flour completely transforms this already good waffle into something GREAT.
You’ll start by whipping a couple of egg whites almost like you’re making a meringue. They should form stiff peaks. If you’re still needing your workout today, you can do this by hand, or if you’re like me just use a hand mixer or KitchenAid. It’s your call.
Then add in every other ingredient, mix it all up, grease your waffle iron, and cook the waffle until browned.
In this recipe, I used a combination of Truvia + Maple Extract.
However, it’s just as delicious to substitute this Maple Flavored Stevia Liquid (2 tsp) and the waffle will turn out just as great!
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- 2 Egg Whites + 1 Whole Egg
- 2 T Coconut Flour
- 2 T Whole Milk
- ½ tsp Baking Powder
- 2 tsp Truvia
- ½ tsp Maple Extract
- Coconut Oil Cooking spray
- Whip the egg whites until they're fluffy and form stiff peaks, like you are making meringue. Then stir in the additional egg, coconut flour, milk, baking powder, sweetener and maple extract.
- Heat your waffle iron up to it's maximum temperature, grease it with coconut oil cooking spray and pour in the batter. This recipe should make 1 FULL waffle, but if your waffle iron is small, you may need to split it into two waffles.
- Cook in the waffle iron until browned, or 3-4 minutes, then remove and serve.
Enjoy you waffle!
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