Keto Yogurt Waffles served with whipped cream and macerated strawberries.

Keto Yogurt Waffles

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Best waffles out there! These Keto Yogurt Waffles are incredibly soft, easy to make, and grain-free!

Two years ago, our wonderful waffle maker broke down, and now, FINALLY, we bought a brand-new Belgian waffle iron! I have been making waffles non-stop for the last week, and boy, are my kids happy about their daily breakfast treat.

Keto Yogurt Waffles

And who could blame them? These Keto Yogurt Waffles taste simply AMAZING! They are soft, fluffy, and don’t taste low-carb at all. Best yet, they are really easy to prepare. In fact, you can mix together the batter in less than 5 minutes! No wonder, I have found the time to make them on a daily basis.

You can serve the Keto Yogurt Waffles with whipped cream, fresh fruit, melted butter, or my homemade macerated strawberries. They taste good with anything, really, including powdered erythritol or just plain.

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Tips for making soft and fluffy keto waffles!

Keto Yogurt Waffle cooking in waffle iron.

Waffle iron. I use a Belgian waffle iron. It has large deep pockets that make it possible to cook a super thick waffle! Yum! The Belgian waffles are quite large, and one waffle is more than enough to fill me up (my kids can eat only 1/4 of the whole waffle).

Belgian waffle iron.

If you don’t have a Belgian waffle iron, don’t worry! This keto batter also works for classic waffle irons, like this one. All you have to do is to reduce the amount of batter used for each waffle. Easy! You will end up with more waffles that are just as yummy as the big Belgian waffles.

Yogurt. The addition of Greek yogurt makes these waffles so irresistibly soft. Make sure to buy full-fat Greek yogurt. Natural, thin yogurt will not work for this recipe.

Cooking. Spray or brush your iron with butter or coconut oil. Once the iron is hot, pour batter slowly onto the iron, close, rotate iron (if you have a rotating iron), and cook for about 3-5 minutes until golden brown. For one Belgian waffle, you will need about 2/3 cup of batter, for a classic iron use only about 1/4 cup. Pour the batter slowly and don’t add too much batter, as this will result in a bubbly mess.

Keto Yogurt Waffles – your special breakfast treat!

Keto Yogurt Waffle served with whipped cream and strawberries.

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Keto Yogurt Waffles served with whipped cream and macerated strawberries.

Keto Yogurt Waffles

Best waffles out there! These Keto Yogurt Waffles are incredibly soft, easy to make, and grain-free!
5 from 11 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 17 minutes
Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine American, Belgian
Servings 4 Belgian waffles (about 12 regular waffles)
Calories 300 kcal

Equipment

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Turn on the waffle iron.
  • In a large bowl, add all the ingredients. With a hand mixer, whisk until the batter looks smooth.
  • Grease iron with butter or coconut oil. Pour a little less than ⅔ cup of the batter into the Belgian waffle iron (if you have a round classic waffle iron only use about ¼ cup). Close the lid (and rotate if you have a rotating iron).
  • Cook until waffle looks golden brown (about 3-5 minutes). Repeat with remaining batter. Makes 4 Belgian-size waffles and about 12 smaller waffles. Serve with fruit, whipped cream, powdered erythritol, or anything else you like.

Video

Notes

Waffle iron. I use a Belgian waffle iron. It has large deep pockets that make it possible to cook a super thick waffle! Yum! The Belgian waffles are quite large, and one waffle is more than enough to fill me up (my kids can eat only 1/4 of the whole waffle).
If you don’t have a Belgian waffle iron, don’t worry! This keto batter also works for classic waffle irons, like this one. All you have to do is to reduce the amount of batter used for each waffle. Easy! You will end up with more waffles that are just as yummy at the big Belgian waffles.

Nutrition

Serving: 1Belgian waffle (3 small waffles)Calories: 300kcalCarbohydrates: 10gProtein: 17gFat: 23gFiber: 4gSugar: 2g
Keyword Keto breakfast, keto dessert, low-carb breakfast, waffles
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6 Comments

    • Hi Julie, I’m glad you liked the waffles! The recipe makes 4 Belgium waffles (4 servings). However, the nutrition info at the end of the recipe provides the info for one waffle (1 serving). Hope this helps.

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