Welcome again to the home of Easy Healthy Recipes on Budget & Easy Healthy dessert on Budget, Today i will guide you how to make “4-INGREDIENT FLOURLESS LOW CARB WAFFLES (PALEO, GLUTEN-FREE)”. I made this Delicious recipe a few days ago, and I absolutely loved it and enjoyed it with my family. It came out very tasty and flavorful.
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- “marla” : I had made previously the magic waffles on the Delish site but they used bananas and six eggs, thus were way too carb-laden and tasted more of French toast than waffles but they browned nicely and were crispy on the outside and tender inside. I took some things from it, though, to add to this recipe, giving me waffles that tasted great and were substantial to boot. No banana meant it needed bulk and a bit of sugar — I added 2 tablespoons of Bob’s Red Mill Paleo flour and one tablespoon of brown rice flour plus a teaspoon and a half of sugar and an extra teaspoon and a half of Stevia in the Raw to the tablespoon of it your recipe calls for. I added a quarter teaspoon each of salt and baking powder (mine’s old — so I needed extra for insurance) and a half teaspoon of cinnamon. It needed thinning, too, so I added two tablespoons of cream, making a buch improved batter consistency. I had some extra blueberries left over from making syrup (blueberries plus Stevia plus Mapleine), so in they went. They were nicely cakey but not as crisp. Next time I plan on separating the eggs and beating the whites to stiff peaks then folding it in the batter like I would for a dessert omelet. This is FUN!
- “jenae” : I made the combined recipe again but, this time, I separated the eggs and whipped the whites to stiff peaks, then folded them into the mixture of the rest of the ingredients. It worked! They were lighter and tender inside while crispy outside. I can see using these for desserts with Breyer’s low carb ice cream or, with savory seasonings, as a substitute for crepes or noodles as a base for things like stroganoff or lobster Newburg.
- “jennifer” : Such a great recipe! My waffles turned out amazing. Didn’t taste like egg at all. I used peanut butter and didn’t add any sweetener.
- “christian” : Excellent recipe!
- As this was my first time trying it, I decided to make a small batch and used half the amounts specified – I ended up with 1 1/2 waffles. With the exact ingredient amounts from the recipe and my double flip waffle maker, I should easily end up with 2 full size waffles and some more.
- To prevent sticking, I added 1/8 cup vegetable oil to the batter.
- I loved the nutty flavor. To get waffles on the crisper side, I bumped up cooking time to 7 minutes.
- Will definitely try again with peanut butter too. Oh, and my son who is picky with food had no complaints at all 🙂
- “brenda” : These are really good, I like the fact that these are grain less. I will be making these from now on. I didn’t have almond butter so I use peanut butter. Next time I will use almond butter. It’s amazing what you can do with these nut butters.
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