Low Carb Waffles

Confession time, our household is addicted to waffles, all 4 of us. 🙂  Our favorite weekend breakfasts normally include some type of waffle or pancake, mostly the low carb or paleo variety. Thankfully it’s super easy to make a gluten free or paleo option.  This recipe is inspired by Danielle Walker at Against All Grain and her Grain-Free Waffle Recipe. We used to make hers a lot, but honey and my stomach don’t always get along and I tried to figure out a way to make them less sweet, but not taste a ton like eggs.

Last weekend Dustin was busy with WordCamp Dayton and we had a friend staying with us, Adam Silver of Kitchen Sink WP, who attended the conference.  He tells me he has cashews in hand, waiting on me to post the recipe, thanks Adam for your help with the photography!


Dr. Hartzler

Low-Carb Waffles (Grain Free)

If you are looking for a waffle that fits a low-carb diet, look no further. You might even think you are eating the real deal!



  1. Add the raw cashews to a bowl and cover with water. Then add in the vinegar. I generally let them sit overnight, but at least 4-6 hours would be best to help reduce the phytic acid on the cashews and make them easier to digest!
  2. After soaking has been completed, drain water off completely. I use a strainer.
  3. Preheat your waffle iron.
  4. Then add the rest of the ingredients into a high-speed blender. Blend until smooth, you can add the almond milk a bit at a time to make sure it does not get too runny.
  5. Cook the waffles for about a minute, more or less depending on the heat of your waffle iron. If they release easily with a fork when you open the lid, they are probably done. We have a nonstick waffle iron, so if yours is not non-stick, make sure you add a little oil before cooking.
  6. Top with your choice of fruit or homemade whipped cream with stevia!

Recipe Notes

  • Thrive Market has the best deal on the Primal Kitchen Collagen Fuel. You seriously will not regret trying it. It's the best low carb protein powder I've come across. I love that it's easy to digest great for the gut. I feel super comfortable with my kids having collagen as well. Use my link to try out Thrive Market and make this waffles soon!
  • Since the protein powder I used has a bit of fiber in it, depending on the type you have, you may have to adjust the liquid or coconut flour slightly.


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