I’ve come out with this recipe for easy crispy paleo waffles that’s going to become your go-to breakfast option! Quick, healthy and oh so easy to make! Lucky for you, these waffles also freeze extremely well!
Stacks on deck with these easy crispy paleo waffles
It’s no secret I am a woman who adores waffling. Almost every weekend, I am up early heating up the waffle iron, trying to surprise my family with a new waffle flavor. The reason I love waffles so much is because they are so versatile…
You can add chocolate chips, cocoa powder, fruit, nuts, really whatever you’d like into the batter to create something new and exciting with them.
Since creating this recipe for easy paleo waffles just about two years ago, I have had multiple requests from many different family members and friends to remake them… over and over again. They are without a doubt a huge hit at my house!
Crispy paleo waffles make the world go round
Be sure to throw these easy crispy paleo waffles into the toaster for a few minutes if you’re reheating them. The texture will remain firm but not crispy over time.
They are perfect for cutting into quadrants and making sandwiches or stacks out of, too. You can get as creative as you’d like… I won’t stop you!
If you’re looking for a super delicious and easy low carb pancake recipe, have you tried Keto Low Carb Pancakes from Wholesome Yum yet? Maya has all kinds of easy, keto and low carb recipes over on her site!
A paleo waffles recipe that trumps above the rest
These waffles can be made into a sweet or savory dish. You can slather some grass-fed ghee or butter on top and pour on some maple syrup OR use some homemade preserves.
I almost always use syrup with my waffles, but with ghee and jam, you don’t need to! Fresh fruit is obviously super amazing on top… and don’t be shy about making some whipped cream, too!
I’ve actually just eaten these waffles plain as a snack. They don’t need to be a certified breakfast item, trust me. My greatest advice to you would be to go out and get a waffle iron QUICKLY if you don’t already have one.
I am not one to overload my kitchen with specific gadgets like these. However, it is one of the best investments I have made, and I have so much fun using it every single weekend.
In between now and September, we’re hopefully going to be heading to either Portland or Napa/San Francisco for my birthday at the tail end of July. John Mayer just so happens to be playing a show in Mountain View on my birthday weekend, and I’d really love to make an appearance.
Okay, okay, so putting all of my travel plans aside- let’s get back to these real deal easy crispy paleo waffles … I challenge you to not make these more than once.
You should accept my challenge, but I can pretty much guarantee that you will not succeed. They are so dang tasty… and convenient. Like I said, I love keeping a stash in the freezer for easy snacking or a grab & go breakfast option!
I challenge you to not make these more than once. You should accept my challenge, but I can pretty much guarantee that you will not succeed. They are so dang tasty… and convenient.
Like I said, I love keeping a stash in the freezer for easy snacking or a grab & go breakfast option!
Speaking of grab & go, have you seen these quick, easy and perfect *on-the-go* lunch recipes:
(Yes, they *just so happen* to all be Whole30 compliant, too. Woo!
Be sure to give these easy crispy paleo waffles a try. In fact, maybe you should host breakfast / brunch at your house and make these delicious waffles for all of your guests. They will absolutely not believe they are 100% paleo… so dang good!!
Easy Crispy Paleo WafflesEasy Crispy Paleo Waffles. Quick, healthy and oh so easy to make! Get ready to change your weekend breakfast game... even your weekday. Lucky for you, these freeze extremely well!
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
6 large waffles
6 large waffles
You may need or more water, depending on how fatty and thick your coconut milk is. You will want your batter to be thick but pourable!
- In a large bowl, mix together all of the dry ingredients with a fork or whisk. Set aside.
- In a medium bowl, whisk the eggs. Combine the rest of the wet ingredients into the same bowl (except for the water.)
- Pour the wet ingredients into the dry, and stir them together well. At this point, your mixture should be pretty thick! And that's fine! Add in 1/4 cup of water at a time and keep stirring. Your mixture will be thick but roll with it for now.
- Heat up your waffle iron for a few minutes, then brush / spray on a layer of oil onto both the top and bottom of the griddle.
- Pour enough of the mixture into the iron to barely cover the bottom. You do not want to add too much because your iron will begin to overflow!
- Depending on the size of your waffle iron, this should make about 6 large waffles.
- Top with your favorite toppings and serve warm.