Best Low-Carb Waffles {nut-free, gluten-free, dairy-free}

Coconut Flour {nut-free, gluten and grain free, dairy-free} Protein Waffles…easy and delicious!

5 eggs
1/2 cup milk (almond, coconut, raw cow’s/goat’s)
1/3 cup brewed coffee (or water)
2 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
1/2 cup Virgin Coconut Oil 2-3 full droppers English Toffee Liquid Stevia 2 oz. 2 Tbsp Erythritol Sweetener 1 Tbsp vanilla
2 Tbsp chia seeds
1 Tbsp Great Lakes Unflavored Gelatin 2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1/3 cup Organic Coconut Flour 2/3 cup dried egg* (or egg white) powder or unsweetened whey protein

Begin preheating your waffle maker, as hot as possible.

Blend eggs, milk, coffee, ACV, coconut oil (if not using a high powered blender, melt it first and then add it slowly, while hand-mixing) stevia, erythritol and vanilla in a high powered blender, or in a large bowl using a hand or stand mixer. Add the chia seeds and gelatin with mixer/blender going to ensure no clumps. Allow to rest for 3-5 minutes and then blend again before adding dry ingredients.

Sift coconut flour and (choice) protein powder, along with remaining ingredients into your bowl.

If your waffle maker is non-stick, go ahead and pour on your batter to the hot griddle and cook until done. I usually let mine go about 45 seconds past when the waffle maker tells me they are done to get a little crispy (the best I’ve gotten with no nuts and coconut flour based waffles). Use a spatula to remove to a cooling rack.

Makes 12-16 waffles, depending on your machine.

*I use Honeyville dried egg powder, as my oldest son is allergic to whey. Before we discovered this, however, I VERY successfully used Jarrow Formulas Whey Protein, which I ordered off of Amazon using Subscribe and Save. It appears that the price has gone up substantially since then. Almost all of my recipes with Jarrow Formulas Whey Protein work with a 1:1 sub of the whole egg powder or NOW Foods Eggwhite Protein, 1.2 Pound. I just found that Honeyville’s egg powder was MUCH cheaper than egg white protein.

PS I don’t get paid to keep this blog. I have added some affiliate links to Amazon to products that I personally buy and use from Amazon, in case you have difficulty sourcing some of the specialty ingredients that make living a low-carb, keto or gluten free lifestyle easier. I may receive a small percentage of compensation from Amazon, should you access these links in my ingredient lists and purchase the items I recommend. This costs you nothing, and typically I have found the cheapest options. If you like what you see here, please feel free to support me at no additional cost by shopping my links or in my Amazon Store (still being built). Thanks!

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