- 1 cup almond flour (sifted)
- 1/2 tablespoon baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup heavy cream (or heavy cream and water)
- 2 tablespoons oil
- 3 eggs
|Calories250Calories from Fat230|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat230|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Phillicia Brooks 5 days ago
They were wonderful! I like them better than the coconut flower recipe I have found! Fluffy, golden brown very yummy! 😋
Julie Richer 29 Dec 2018
Pretty good agreed texture is not firm no matter how long they cook Will try with xanthan gum next time
Sara 9 Dec 2018
My kids ate it all up and wanted more! Turned out close to regular waffles. Will make this again. Followed the directions exactly and they turned out great. A little softer than regular waffles but great consistency.
Crystal Rice 2 Dec 2018
Turned out fluffy and delicious. Did not use xantham gum, and substituted coconut cream for heavy cream. Would definitely make again!
Kimberly 3 Sep 2018
These waffles are delicious. Light and fluffy. I added some vanilla and powered Swerve which seemed to cut the earthiness of the almond flour some which I enjoyed. I suggest using the xanthan gum if you have it. I've made waffles with and without and the texture is considerably improved when you add this ingredient.
Misty Dorsey-Hart 1 Jul 2018
I did swap out about 2 Tbsp of coconut flour for some of the almond flour, added a tsp of cinnamon and a tbsp of stevia baking blend. They were great for my Keto diet and the whole family liked them. I have a Belgian waffle maker and it still worked.
Lester T. 22 Apr 2018
great taste, highly recommend
Maggie Smith 18 Feb 2018
Made two perfect waffles. Really good recipe you could use with sweet or savory dishes.
Sylvie La Chapelle 11 Jan 2018
Nice fluffy waffle but makes 5 to 6 in my waffle maker, not 8. Good taste :)
Aisha V 4 Jul 2017
Second almond flour waffle I've tried on Yummly. First recipe was basically like this one but without eggs. Without eggs, the waffle is very heavy and very dense. It stays together though. This recipe is a whole lot lighter and even has a little bit of a crispy edge, It is a little crumbly when breaking into it, but not terribly so. A cut of whatever nondairy alternative you use will make the batter very thin, so definitely go with directions and pour until happy with the consistency. Added a little vanilla extract to detract from the earthiness of almond flour, maybe half a tsp and that was perfectly fine. I also think it would be fine with just two eggs instead of three. The best recipe I've tried so far. Trying more!