Decadent, Delicious Ro’s Keto Belgian Waffles

People, people, people…you’re not going to believe how incredible this Keto Belgian Waffle is developed by our @ketoniannerds girl, Roberta! I’m not even joking. I’m not going to lie; I was extremely skeptical when she texted me the recipe. Pleasantly surprised is an extreme understandment. And it’s a super simple recipe with just a handful of common ingredients. (Or at least common to those cooking and baking low-carb). 😋Ro's Keto Belgian Waffles | Culinary Craftiness

If you have room in your diet for some extra carbs, liberally smear on a layer of peanut butter before the syrup. Deeelish!Ro's Keto Belgian Waffles | Culinary Craftiness

Now, I have to tell you about this Sugar-Free Maple Grove Farms maple syrup. It’s the best sugar-free syrup I’ve tasted yet. I found it on the shelves at my local Walmarts (we have 3 supers) so if yours doesn’t have it, see if they do online and order it. It’s pretty easy to put $35 in your shopping cart to get the free 2-day shipping. I do it all the time – especially for household paper goods and the shelf-stabled foods that can be shipped. 🙂

Ro's Keto Belgian Waffles | Culinary Craftiness

Optional peanut butter layer depending on which diet you’re on.

Ro’s Keto Belgian Waffles

4 eggs
1 cup almond flour
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 tablespoon Swerve
1/2 tsp. cinnamon

Beat the eggs then mix in everything else.

Heat waffle maker according to its directions.

Spray waffle surfaces with oil. Follow your waffle makers instruction for the amount of batter needed. My single round Belgian waffle maker takes a little more than 1/2 cup of this keto batter.

Once the waffle is done, carefully remove it from the iron and liberally slather with butter and sugar-free Maple Grove Farm syrup.Ro's Keto Belgian Waffles | Culinary CraftinessRo's Keto Belgian Waffles | Culinary CraftinessRo's Keto Belgian Waffles | Culinary CraftinessRo's Keto Belgian Waffles | Culinary Craftiness


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Melissa is a wife, mother, family cook, and romance novelist. The very first thing she learned in the kitchen was how to scramble eggs in an old cast iron skillet at the age of five. Her great-grandmother put her on a step-stool at the stove and thus began her passion for whipping up great tasting foods.

2 Replies to “Decadent, Delicious Ro’s Keto Belgian Waffles”

    • I love them! Never in my life had I thought of putting whipped cream or cinnamon on a waffle. Thank you so much for sharing this awesome recipe with me! Mm…mmm…mmmmm!

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