The almond flour waffle recipe is one of my go-to recipes. When you try this recipe for the first time, be rest assured it will become your day to day recipe until you grow tired of it.
Usually, I find making smoothies for breakfast easy and a simple way to eat more fruits and vegetables in the morning – however, not many people like making smoothies in the winter, especially when it’s cold.
You could serve this amazing almond flour waffle with low-carb maple syrup. If you prefer, you can also eat yours with berries – most often some raspberries or strawberries.
You may also go for something like a fruit puree. Making a fruit puree is really easy and straightforward. To do this, follow the steps below:
- Puree some berries
- Add some liquid stevia and a bit of glucomannan to thicken it
- If you are feeling really decadent, top the fruit with some homemade whipped cream sweetened with stevia
As the title suggests, this recipe is all about making only one waffle. It is very filling. One waffle is enough to keep you full for hours. This almond flour waffle is sugar-free, grain-free, and dairy-free. Please note that this recipe is not vegan because it does contain an egg. If you prefer a nut-free recipe, you could use some sunflower seed flour in place of the almond flour.
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How to make Almond Flour Waffle Recipe for one
- Preheat your waffle iron on high for at least 10-14 minutes. Note: Use a ceramic coated waffle iron because it does have to be greased before use. Doing this makes your ceramic iron non-sticky without the use of Teflon (A chemical coating used to create a non-stick surface). There have been recent concerns with using this chemical material, which is known for its use in cookware.
- Place one cup of blanched almond flour into a bowl. Ensure that there are no lumps. If the flour is lumpy, use a fork to break up any lumps.
- Add one level tablespoon of psyllium husk powder.
- 10 to 40 drops of liquid stevia (the vanilla flavor is good)
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 teaspoon aluminum-free baking powder
- 1/4 cup dairy-free milk (you can use unsweetened cashew milk if you prefer)
- One teaspoon of oil (melted butter or ghee butter is also acceptable)
- One large egg.
- Mix everything well to combine.
- When the mixture is ready, pour the content into your preheated waffle iron.
- Cook as per your waffle iron’s instructions. You can set your waffle iron to high. Note: If you want a crunchier waffle, you need to cook it longer.
- When you recipe is ready, serve with your topping(s) of choice.
Nutritional information for this almond flour waffle
Note: 1/2 cup of blanched almond flour has 6 grams of net carbs. The rest of the carbs are from the psyllium husk, which very high in fiber.
FAQs About Almond Flour
Is baking with almond flour healthy?
Almond flour is incredibly nutritious and provides many possible health benefits, including improved blood control and reduced heart disease risk. Baking with almond flour is healthy for the human body but should be used less frequently in a meal.
Is almond flour good for frying?
Almond flour is suitable for frying and a good replacement for breadcrumbs used in recipes like crumbed pork, chicken nuggets, and grain-free fried chicken. They do result in an excellent crispy texture and crunchy taste. If you prefer you can add some seasoning to the flour.
Is almond flour good for weight loss?
Almond flour is regarded as one of the best flour when it comes to weight loss. Unlike wheat flour, almond flour is gluten-free and low in carbs, which is good for weight loss.