These High Protein Paleo Waffles are a delicious and nutritious breakfast or snack option! Made with just a few simple ingredients, they’re gluten-free and grain-free. These waffles are packed with protein and healthy fats, making them a perfect fuel for your day.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- These High Protein Paleo Waffles are healthy and filling.
- They are also a great option for breakfast or a snack.
- Kids love them too!
To make these High Protein Paleo Waffles you will need a handful of simple ingredients. After one quick trip to the grocery store, you will have everything that you need to make these waffles. After one bite of these, you will be glad that you made the trip to the store.
- almond flour
- baking powder
- buttermilk powder ok to omit if you are avoiding dairy
- chia seeds
- ground cinnamon
- melted butter or ghee or coconut oil
- honey, optional
You will need a few kitchen tools to help you make this paleo recipe. You should already have these tools on hand already in your kitchen which can save you a trip to the store.
- waffle iron
- measuring cup
How to Make High Protein Paleo Waffles
- Preheat your waffle iron.
- Place all dry ingredients in a blender and mix.
- Add wet ingredients to the dry mixture and blend until fully combined.
- The batter will keep for at least a week if kept in a glass jar in the refrigerator.
- Our waffle maker takes 1/2 cup of batter per waffle.
- Follow your waffle maker instructions for the precise amount needed.
- Serve immediately with berries, maple syrup, or coconut yogurt.
These paleo waffles can be stored in the freezer for up to 3 months. I like to store mine in a freezer-safe bag with parchment paper in between each waffle. This prevents them from sticking together and makes for easy grab-and-go breakfasts.
You can also store these in the fridge for up to 3 days. I recommend reheating them in the toaster or waffle iron before serving them for the best results.
Here are tips to help you make sure that these High Protein Paleo Waffles turn out perfectly for you every time that you make them.
- If you are avoiding dairy, you can omit the buttermilk powder. The waffles will still be delicious!
- Instead of honey, you can sweeten these with allulose, stevia, or monk fruit. You could also leave the sweetener out completely.
- Make sure that you preheat the waffle iron so that your waffle batter cooks quickly.
- If you find that your waffles are sticking to the iron, you can brush it with a little bit of oil before adding the batter.
- You could sprinkle the tops of the waffle batter with a few fresh berries if you want to add a little sweetness to this recipe.
Do you have questions about this recipe? Here are the answers to the most commonly asked questions for this recipe.
The recipe as written will make about 6 waffles depending on the size of your waffle iron.
Yes! These paleo waffles freeze really well. You can store them in the freezer for up to three months.
Yes, you can use a bowl and hand mixer or even whisk them by hand if you need to.
The Best High Protein Paleo Waffles
- Preheat your waffle iron. Place all dry ingredients in a blender and mix. Add wet ingredients to dry mixture and blend until fully combined. The batter will keep for at least a week if kept in a glass jar in the refrigerator. Our waffle maker takes 1/2 cup batter per waffle. Follow your waffle maker instructions for precise amount needed.
- Serve immediately with berries, maple syrup or coconut yogurt.