P3 Chocolate Waffles

Would you believe this waffle is sugar-free and grain-free?

I made waffles for my family and our guests, and was wanting one of my own, so I threw this together. The batter is very thin when you pour it into the waffle iron, but the eggs puff right up. I loved it! This would also make a good dessert. :)

Chocolate Waffles

2 Eggs
1 Tbsp Milk
1 tsp Olive Oil
1/2 tsp Vanilla
15 drops Liquid Stevia
1/8 cup Coconut Flour
1/8 cup Cocoa

Combine wet ingredients together, then add coconut flour and cocoa and mix well with a fork to break up any lumps. Pour into a preheated greased waffle iron and cook until done, 3-4 minutes.

Serve with sliced strawberries and whipped cream, if desired.

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Sherry said...

They look DELISH! Any which way that I can fake myself out with faux-sweets on hcg is great with me! LOL!

kristen g. said...

This looks delicious~ And now to buy a waffle iron...my Target list just keeps growing :)

Bonita said...

Just letting you know that I linked to this recipe on a page I wrote about National Waffle Day. http://www.zujava.com/national-waffle-day

Lianne said...

Thank you! Very cool post!

Patty said...

I'm sorry, but I couldn't fake myself out with these. I'm not able to have the cool whip, maybe that would have helped, or more sweetener. They actually looked great, had chocolate flavor, but were very dry. Thanks for the idea tho. . .

Lianne said...

Hey, I understand! I don't think I would like them without the whipped cream either (note, not cool whip but actual cream that is whipped and sweetened with stevia)

Stacey Jack said...

Ate mine with half a banana sliced, and some frozen raspberries blended into a sauce. DELICIOUS!

Lianne said...

So glad you enjoyed it! :)

Katie said...

Do you think I could use almond flour instead of coconut flour?

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