Keto Waffles and Pumpkin Purée

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Chef Leah shares her simple, anti-inflammatory recipe for Keto Waffles. You can use this as a substitute for bread and enjoy it for breakfast or dessert.

Keto Waffles

Recipe by Chef Leah, E.A.T. Marketplace
Servings

1-2

servings
Prep time

15

minutes
Cooking time

3-4

minutes
Calories Per Serving

370

kcal

    Ingredients

    • 1 tbsp. almond flour or coconut flour.

    • 1 large organic egg

    • 1 cup fontina cheese

    • 1 tsp. vanilla

    • 1 tsp. baking powder

    • Pinch of salt

    • Pinch of cinnamon

    • 1/4 tsp. monk fruit sweetener

    • CHEF NOTES:
      We like the texture you get from almond flour better, but coconut flour works as well. If you wish to omit the egg yolk, use two egg whites.

    Directions

    • In a bowl whisk together a large egg and vanilla. Salt and set aside.

    • In a separate bowl, mix together almond flour, cinnamon, monk fruit sweetener, and combine well. Slowly add dry ingredients to the wet while mixing.

    • Heat up your waffle maker on the highest setting, then turn it down 1 notch to medium/high. Spray your waffle maker well. (Chosen Food makes organic pan sprays).

    • Ladle in half the batter to make your first waffle spreading it out, covering your waffle maker surface.  Cook for 3-4 minutes. Stop when less steam appears. Enjoy!

    • TIPS & NOTES:

      Put waffle maker on a sheet pan or silpat to catch the over-flow as it will happen! Do NOT check the waffle, trust the process and let it cook.  If you continue to open it, it will end up sticking and causing a HUGE mess.
      For a crispy waffle, make sure your batter is thick and not runny.  If it is runny, then add in ¼ tsp. almond flour and incorporate it well. Spread the batter into the waffle maker with a spatula.

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      Pumpkin Purée

        Ingredients

        • 1 cup organic canned pumpkin (love the organic pumpkin from Organic Roots)

        • 1 ripe banana

        • 4oz room temp cream cheese

        • 1 tbsp. maple syrup

        • Pinch of pumpkin spice

        • Pinch good salt

        Directions

        • Put all ingredients in your home Cuisinart and combine until smooth.

        • Electric Beater option:
          Smash banana with a fork, whisking it well (like an egg). Tear apart cream cheese (make sure it is room temp and soft or it will leave clumps), whisk into a banana, then add in pumpkin puree, maple, pumpkin spice, and salt and beat on high until combined, and there are NO white cream cheese lumps.

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