Keto Peanut Butter Waffles
Sure, traditional waffles are like little pockets of happiness, but let’s face it, they come with a not-so-keto-friendly carb overload. But worry not because we have a recipe for you.
Introducing this scrumptious keto peanut butter waffles! We’ve ditched the regular flour and brought in the gluten-free coconut flour and almond flour to give you a keto-approved mock waffle that’ll leave you drooling for more.
So, get ready to embark on a flavor-packed journey with us as we spill the beans on this simple yet irresistible keto breakfast. No more waiting; let’s dive right in!
- It is great to enjoy this no cheese peanut butter chaffle with a dollop of Greek yogurt, low-sugar ice cream, a side of whipped cream, or topped with sugar-free syrup. Go careful with the whipped cream and ensure it has a low sugar content to rest assured it is keto-friendly.
- Furthermore, the keto waffles will pair perfectly with hot coffee, herbal tea, or refreshing iced tea.
Tools you’ll Need
To create the peanut butter no cheese chaffle recipe, you will need the following tools.
- Mini waffle maker. A mini waffle maker is essential to bake the waffle mixture. Allow the waffle maker to preheat before using it to make these keto waffles perfectly crunchy.
- Small mixing bowl. A small bowl will be used to make the batter and the peanut butter filling.
- Whisk or wooden spoon. Whisking the ingredients or using a wooden spoon will ensure all ingredients are thoroughly combined to form fluffy and light no cheese chaffles.
To ensure this is a wonderful recipe you would create again and again, ensure to get yourself the right waffle maker. This tool will guarantee to make the process effortless. You can create the perfect keto waffle in minutes using the right tool.
If you do not love peanut butter and wish to use another nut butter, you can. You could choose almond butter, cashew butter, or hazelnut butter.
It is essential to pour exactly half of the mixture into the waffle maker to get the two sides even. To achieve the perfect keto waffle that the whole family can enjoy for breakfast or as a sweet snack, weigh the combined mixture and use half each time.
For anyone that wants to reduce the total calories of the peanut butter waffle, you could use almond milk instead of heavy cream to help liquefy the peanut butter filling and batter. Use less almond milk as it is more watery than heavy cream.
If you love peanut butter, you can consider adding Peanut Butter Powder to the batter. Or, even use it for the filling and whip it up with some whipped cream. You can try Lakanto’s No Sugar Added Peanut Butter Powder, sweetened with Monkfruit.
- If you do not finish these up in one sitting, you will want to store them correctly to keep them fresh. It is best to store the four waffles in the refrigerator in an airtight container. There, they will last for a few days.
- You can freeze them to help them last up to three months. Simply defrost them in the waffle maker to make them fresh again.
Frequently Asked Questions
Cream cheese is a good alternative to heavy cream. It will offer a slightly tangier taste and be more dense. If you want to liquify the cream cheese, you could add a splash of almond milk.
Yes, natural peanut butter is fine for the ketogenic diet. Natural nut butter contains less sugar and has a high-fat content, making it good for the keto diet. If you wish to use peanut butter powder, that is fine too.
When following this specific recipe, you can expect each serving to contain about 250 calories which is ideal for a dessert or your breakfast calorie intake. Plus, they are low in carbs and high in healthy fats, making them great for the keto diet.
We guarantee that this peanut butter waffle recipe is going to be a hit! Whether you love waffles or peanut butter. It takes just a few minutes to whip up, and with little net carbs, these won’t ruin your low-carb or keto diet. We are no stranger to peanut butter-flavored treats. If you enjoyed this recipe and would like to try more from us, feel free to check out our keto peanut butter no-bake balls or our peanut butter fudge recipe.