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Almond flour waffles

  • Nutrition Facts
  • Calories: 484
  • Protein: 19
  • Fats: 26
  • Carbohydrates: 40

    Hello again, our dear readers. Today we are making almond flour waffles. This is not a very budgetary, but very tasty dessert, which will undoubtedly deserve due admiration from everyone who tries it. Waffles and waffles some of you will say. Who did not eat waffles and delicious ones, including. But believe me, almond waffles are something else, something completely refined and unlike anything else. You will be able to verify the outstanding taste of our today's hero a little later, but for now a little about the history of the dish.

    History of the dish

    Waffles are a flour product that also contains butter and eggs. More recently, among other things, this definition would also contain a line stating that this product is not only flour, but also confectionery. But today it is no longer possible to say so. Increasingly, waffles are made as snack bars: with ham, cheese, spicy seasonings and spices. And by the way, waffles were not a dessert and initially. In ancient Greece, where according to some sources they first appeared, waffles were made from cheese and herbs and baked on hot stones. Since then, similar masterpieces have appeared in different countries of the world. The most famous waffles that have survived the test of time come from France, Belgium and the Czech Republic.

    There is neither time nor reason to stop at all types within the framework of one recipe. So today, only one option deserves our special attention, thanks to which we know about almond waffles today. Let's remember the so-called "resort" waffles, which were originally from the Czech Republic, or rather from Karlovy Vary. They included local healing mineral water and almond flour. They probably served as a prototype for the creation of our today's hero. And even though we can’t get water from the Karlovy boils now, I think we can try waffles that are as similar in taste as possible. Of course, we will cook our almond waffles in an electric waffle iron. So stock up on everything you need and get started.


    • Almond flour - 100 g
    • Coconut flour - 30 g
    • Egg - 2 pcs.
    • Sugar - 60 g
    • Baking powder - 1 tsp
    • Butter - 30 g


    1. Prepare the ingredients. Melt butter over low heat and cool.

      First, prepare the products and first of all, melt and cool the butter a little

    2. Pour the almond and coconut flour into a bowl, add the baking powder and sugar.

      In a bowl, mix coconut and almond flour, as well as granulated sugar and a little baking powder

    3. Mix until a homogeneous mixture is obtained.

      Stir dry ingredients

    4. Add eggs and melted butter to the dry mass.

      Pour melted butter to dry products and break eggs

    5. Mix everything with a spoon until a homogeneous viscous dough is obtained.

      Using a spoon, prepare a thick viscous dough from all this

    6. Warm up the waffle iron and grease all the working panels with vegetable oil, put a tablespoon of dough on each half, bake for 2-2.5 minutes.

      The electric waffle iron must be heated, and then grease the plates with vegetable oil and lay out the required amount of dough. The amount of dough depends on the size of the waffle iron. Fry the waffles for about 3 minutes

    7. Pour the finished waffles with your favorite syrup, for example, caramel, and serve.

      Remove the finished wafers and pour over syrup, caramel or chocolate and serve immediately. Crunch on health!

    The benefits of the dish

    I'm not sure that dessert with butter can be called too healthy. True, if you really want something tasty and healthy, you can cook now fashionable keto waffles from almond flour and replace the oil with coconut or now fashionable Ghee. I am sure that everyone will appreciate such a dessert. Perhaps you also love waffles and even cook them regularly? It would be interesting to know about your branded tricks. Let's try to bake waffles together. Your HozOboz!

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