How about these for a treat? Simple Almond Flour Waffles

almond flour waffles

Can’t wait for mother’s day – I’m hoping we’ll be treated to these fabulous goodies:

Simple Almond flour Pancakes – Perfectly Paleo, Super Quick and Gluten & Dairy free!

Actually, I’m going to take it one step further. I buy my mother-in-law a waffle maker, haha. If I rock up there with this divine tool under my arm, could she possibly deny my wish?!

healthy waffle maker

Simple Almond Flour Waffles
Recipe Type: waffles
Author: Chief Chef at [url href=”″ target=”_blank” title=”A Health Foodie Blog showcasing allergy-friendly recipes for you”][/url]
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Serves: 3
  • 1.5 cup almond flour (or ground almonds)
  • 5 eggs (or 5tbsp ground flay seed with extra liquid for vegan alternative)
  • 1 tsp vanilla powder or Vanilla bean paste (like [url href=”″ target=”_blank”]this one[/url])
  • 1.5 tsp baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • 3-4 drops Vanilla Stevia (I use [url href=”″ target=”_blank”]this brand[/url])
  • Oil to grease the waffle maker
  • optional: 1/2 cup rice or almond milk
  1. Makes 4 big Belgian style Waffles.
  2. You can either make these in a waffle maker. If you haven’t got one of those then you could also make them as pancakes – that works just as well.
  3. [url href=”″ target=”_blank”]Heat your waffle maker up[/url]. Grease it with coconut oil.
  4. Mix all the ingredients in a big bowl. Add some non dairy milk to bulk it out if you llike.
  5. Then use a ladle to fill the insides of the waffle iron and bake four Begian style waffles in this way. You can split each into four parts again.
  6. Freezes well.

Are you a waffle friend? What kind of waffles do you like to make?
By the way here’s the original waffle recipe that I adapted here to make it Candida diet friendly. I shared this recipe over at Fight Back Fridays and Gluten free Fridays.
  1. Thanks for linking up at our Gluten Free Fridays party! I have tweeted and pinned your entry to our Gluten Free Fridays board on Pinterest! 🙂

    What great recipes this week in the link up!

    Cindy from

    • Hi Jackie, I could imagine that you could use coconut flour as there are quite a lot of eggs to hold it together. Not sure about the quinoa flour (haven’t used it yet). What do type of recipes do you typically use it for? I could imagine it would work better for savory recipes like a pizza crust for instance.

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