The biggest advantage of owning your own waffle maker is the ability to only consume the ingredients that you want. This is what I mean, if I’m eating Paleo, Gluten Free, Vegan, etc. I can choose those types of ingredients to go in my waffle batter and I can enjoy waffles on my own terms. In this article, we outline ten of our favorite Paleo friendly waffle recipes.
Time to Get Real….
I’m going to say something that I shouldn’t say. Something that may hurt the business of this website and something that no normal business owner would do. I’m going to say this because it’s best for you.
You may be someone who should just buy pre-made waffles and heat them up in a toaster.
There, I said it. In case you haven’t noticed, this is a website dedicated to waffle makers. We review them and give advice, along with linking to waffle makers on Amazon. We make a commission at no extra cost to you when you click on one of our links and buy a product on Amazon.
So, it’s kind of a big deal for us to say that you may be better off buying Eggos or something of the like.
There are two ways you can know if you’re this type of person.
1. You don’t care about what you eat.
This means that you’re perfectly fine consuming whatever ingredients, preservatives, substances, etc. that a company decides to put in their food.
2. You don’t care that much about taste.
Some people really just don’t care about what things taste like, which is perfectly fine. If that’s you, then you’re probably better off buying generic frozen waffles and just heating them up in a toaster. If so, use this toaster!
However, if you do care what things taste AND if you also are concerned with what you put in your body, you need to have control over all ingredients. That means that you buy a pre-made batter that fits your needs or you make your own.
For those of you who love waffles but are trying to stick to a Paleo lifestyle (like me!), I have some great news. I’d like to share with you ten of my favorite Paleo waffle recipes. Out of respect for the authors of these recipes, I won’t share the entire recipe here, just an image, a brief description, and a link to their website.
These ten recipes are in no particular order and are not the only Paleo waffle recipes that I enjoy. There are many more, these are just ten of the many Paleo friendly waffle and pancake recipes that I enjoy.
Before we get started – there’s a Paleo cookbook that many swear by.
The Paleohacks Breakfast Bible will have you making Paleo breakfasts in no time!
Please browse through all of these sites and let me know how you enjoyed your Paleo waffles!
Bravo for Paleo has a really simple Gluten Free/Paleo waffle recipe. They also have a video that walks you through preparing the recipe, making this as easy as possible. On top of all of that, their pictures are really creative, see below!
The Family That Heals Together has a really unique Paleo waffle recipe. What makes it unique is that it features Cassava flour. Many people make use of Almost flour or Coconut flour, but you don’t often hear of Cassava flour being used. Still, this recipe is a winner and although Cassava flour can be difficult to find in a store, it’s easy to find online.
Ever heard of mashed potato paleo waffles, how about putting an Over Easy Egg on top of your Paleo Waffle? Welcome to Do You Even Paleo!
4. Low Carb Yum
Low Carb Yum never disappoints with the quality if their recipes. And not only their recipes itself, but also with images and the information provided. Are you eating Paleo and also tracking your macros? Not a problem, Low Carb Yum lists all macronutrients in her recipes! There’s no easier way to stay healthy than to follow Low Carb Yum’s recipes.
Hold The Grain’s Paleo waffle recipe is actually for a sandwich, which is awesome! What makes it really unique is that it uses plantain as its base. As usual, Hold The Grain keeps it simple and provides easy to follow instructions, even instructions on reheating the batter.
6. Paleo Newbie
Paleo Newbie has a really great Sweet Potato Paleo waffle recipe. It’s easy to follow and gives you something to do with leftover Thanksgiving Sweet Potatoes!
Against all Grain is one of the top Paleo blogs today. There are very few Paleo blogs that have more visitors or more social media followers than Against All Grain. There’s a reason for that. Against All Grain has incredible, easy to follow recipes along with great pictures to match. In this post, they go over Gingerbread waffles. Against all Grain’s recipes are always simple and feature easy to get ingredients.
Our Paleo Life has a really easy to follow Paleo waffle recipe. They’re known for keeping this simple (and Paleo).
Empowered Sustenance has an interesting Paleo but Egg free recipe. Normally, Paleo friendly waffle recipes have egg in it, but in this recipe, Megan developed it egg free because her kids don’t eat eggs. Because of that, this is a great recipe to follow if you’re diet restricts you from eating eggs!
At Katalyst Health Blog, they feature a Paleo friendly waffle recipe that has a total prep and cook time of only 20 minutes!
If you love waffles then not only do you need a great waffle maker but you also need a way to prepare the batter necessary to make your waffles. If you’re on a dietary restriction like Paleo, Gluten Free, or Vegan, the only way you can still enjoy waffles is to make your own batter. With all of the great Paleo blogs nowadays, finding Paleo friendly waffle recipes is easier than ever. There’s not need to ever willingly consume mass made batters full of preservatives and chemicals.
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What are your favorite Paleo blogs?