Paleo blueberry waffles lets you enjoy the taste of waffles but with healthier ingredients.
No offense to my husband but after two months of eating dry paleo waffles, I couldn’t take it anymore. He cooks breakfast on the weekends and it usually consists of these amazing, fluffly pancakes and waffles. But ever since we started eating paleo-ish, the waffles and pancakes just weren’t the same. We found a decent pancake recipe but the waffles always turned out super dry and I’d have to down a cup of water with a few bites. Plus, I have this weird body condition where whenever I eat something really dry like egg yolks or in this case, dry waffles, I get the mad case of the hiccups. What’s even weirder is when I get the hiccups once, I get them half a dozen more times throughout the rest of the day. That’s not the worst part. I tend to burp when I have the hiccups too. As I’m typing this out, I’m feeling super extra right now. I know it sounds overly dramatic but I’m being totally serious. Please tell me I’m not the only one with this strange hiccup condition. Anyways, this is the story of how my paleo blueberry waffles came to be.
I mean, they look pretty tasty right? That’s because they are. And friends, I only had to eat a dozen waffles one morning to get the recipe just right for you. #yourewelcome
Just because you’re trying your darnest to help your husband attain his weight loss goal doesn’t mean you should deprive yourself of delicious brownies or waffles.
Here’s how to make your own.
Paleo Blueberry Waffles
- 1 cup almond flour
- 1/2 tsp baking soda
- 1/8 tsp salt
- 1/4 cup almond milk
- 2 eggs
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 1/2 tbsp maple syrup
- 2/3 cup of fresh blueberries
Combine all of the dry ingredients into one bowl. Mix all the wet ingredients in another bowl. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredient bowl. Mix and then fold in the blueberries last. Cook in your waffle machine and enjoy it with added fresh blueberries and syrup.
*I will note that I also tried it with chocolate chips but the waffles came out much drier. The blueberries add more moisture due to their natural texture. I will experiment more with chocolate chips and get back to you. The consistency and texture of these waffles is not the same as conventional waffles but I think these are pretty darn good considering all purpose flour isn’t used.
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Jimmy is almost about to reach his second target weight goal of 190 lbs. We had to buy him all new pants and some shirts. He looks and feels great and I’m super proud of him. It’s all about maintaining consistency, getting used to healthier habits and finding good accountability.
I hope you enjoy this recipe because no one deserves to eat dry waffles. No one. 😉
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- * 1 cup almond flour
- * 1/2 tsp baking soda
- * 1/8 tsp salt
- * 1/4 cup almond milk
- * 2 eggs
- * 2 tsp vanilla extract
- * 1 1/2 tbsp maple syrup
- * 2/3 cup of fresh blueberries
- Combine all of the dry ingredients into one bowl.
- Mix all the wet ingredients in another bowl.
- Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredient bowl.
- Mix and then fold in the blueberries last.
- Cook in your waffle machine and enjoy it with added fresh blueberries and syrup.
- It's difficult to get a fluffy consistency when you're using alternative ingredients to all purpose flour. However, these are pretty good considering they're not as dry as some other paleo recipes I've tried. Put leftovers in the fridge and I like to toast them the next day for breakfast.