Low-Calorie Waffle With Coconut Flour

Waffles are a tasty breakfast and dessert item relished by plenty of. What makes these the perfect option for a morning meal is that the protein and healthful, metabolic boosting fats will hold you satiated until lunch. Having more protein at breakfast, as a substitute than carbohydrates, also helps keep your blood sugar stable in the course of the day.
If you feel you cannot delight in waffles as part of a low-carb diet plan, think again! Nevertheless, they're in general excessive in calories with the Belgian kind starting from 300-400 calories per piece. The following recipe made with coconut flour rather of wheat flour is low in carbohydrates, high in fiber and protein, and gluten-free. Coconut flour has a quite nutty and naturally sweet flavor, without including a strong coconut taste. As a more healthy substitute to wheat flour, it involves more protein and ten times extra fiber than grain flour, most of it the healthier soluble type.
This recipe will make two full-sized waffles, both of which just equivalent 242 calories. Every full-sized waffle is just 121 calories. These waffles are a delicious and healthy alternative to average waffles and will probably be enjoyed by using those looking at their weight and those who are not.

Low-Calorie Coconut Flour Waffles Recipe


  • 3 egg whites
  • 2 tbs coconut flour
  • 2 tbs milk of choice (unsweetened almond milk or coconut milk)
  • ½ tsp baking powder
  • 1 pinch low or no calorie sweetener like stevia or agave nectar


  1. Put 2 egg whites in a large mixing bowl and beat to stiff peaks. You can either use a hand mixer, an egg beater or beat with whisk or immersion blender.
  2. Once you have stiff peaks, stir in the coconut flour, milk of choice, baking powder, sweetener and mix until completely combined without any lumps. (immersion blender is best for getting rid of clumps) The texture may be grainy at first, but keep stirring until completely blended.
  3. After you add the rest of the ingredients to the whipped egg whites, you may add either 1 whole egg OR 1 egg white (depending on how much fat you want the waffles to have.  This is done to improve texture.
  4. Grease your waffle iron accordingly (see notes above), and start your waffle iron. Let it warm up for about three minutes. Many waffle irons have adjustable temperature settings, allowing you to choose the color and texture of your waffle.
  5. After the waffle iron is warm, pour your batter into the center of your waffle iron and spread the batter out slightly. No need to spread it all the way. Press the other half of the waffle iron down gently and let cook until light brown and firm to touch (about 4-5 minutes). Gently remove the waffle and serve hot.
  6. You can eat the waffles plain, or top with freshly made organic whipped cream, or butter or homemade strawberry syrup (heat frozen strawberries and blend) or pure maple syrup or fruits for added flavor.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 4 minutes
Ready In: 14 minutes
Servings: 2

Nutritional Information:

  • (Calculated with egg whites)
  • Serving size: 1 full waffle
  • Calories: 121
  • Fat: 2.5 grams
  • Net Carbs: 3 grams
  • Protein: 20 grams

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