Almond Flour Waffles Recipe
Almond flour lends a rich, buttery flavor to these crispy waffles. Try topping them with yogurt and fresh fruit.
These low-carb and keto chaffles make a seriously delicious breakfast treat--they require just 4 ingredients and are ready in 10 minutes.
Buckwheat and almond flours are the key ingredients in these gluten-free waffles that are crispy on the outside and soft and delicious on the inside.
This is horrible. The taste of baking soda was strong and the waffle burnt easily. It is rubbery and not filling at all.
Husband did not like the texture... I think it’s ok! Not as crunchy as regular waffles but I enjoyed it.
This recipe will go straight to my collection! Ok, these have an amazing flavor and bite to them. They are a bit on the sweet side, so they would go great with a simple fresh fruit topping and some plain old-fashion whipped cream. One thing I would like to mention is that they do not have the crispness or cakeyness of waffles; they have more of a pancake texture. That said, I would still make them in the waffle iron, as they shape up beautifully. Thanks nmyers11!
Followed it to the T. They only cooked 2 minutes and came out dark brown and burnt tasting. I dont think the honey works in a waffle recipe. We didnt like it.
This recipe is fantastic! I did as another commenter suggested and whipped the egg whites to a stiff peek (with half a tsp of cream of tartar) before adding it to the rest of the batter. It was definitely a light and fluffy batter, and the waffle, although not crispy, is definitely not pancake like as other commenters suggested. Whipping the egg whites is the way to go. It was perfect with fruit and yogurt. So yummy. Oh, and I also added cinnamon to the batter, and will perhaps increase the vanilla next time. But, really, I didn't AT ALL feel like I was eating a gluten free product.