Low Carb Waffles!
We’re currently in Florence, Italy, and while it’s a little hard to avoid carbs, we’re doing just fine :). One of the ways we’re sticking to our low carb diet is cooking at home as much as we can. That means most breakfasts and lunches are made right at home. We have an adorable apartment we found on Airbnb with a great kitchen and a beautiful view. Have you ever used Airbnb? It’s a great tool for finding short- to long-term rentals (from as little as a day or two to a few months). It’s much cheaper than staying at a hotel and has the added benefit of a full kitchen. You can save $35 on your first trip by using this link to sign up :D.
While in Italy, we love having our tried-and-true Scrambled Eggs for breakfast with pancetta, buffala mozzarella and avocado. For lunch, we usually have some of Italy’s amazing pork or wild board sausages with a fresh salad with lots of olive oil and feta cheese. Yes, we’ve also had the occasional gelato, but not too often! Needless to say, we’re eating quite well over on this side of the pond.
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After a few longs months of prep, testing, writing and shooting, we’re so excited to announce the launch of our second ecookbook – Breakfast in Five! It’s part of our “in Five” series in which we create, cook and shoot 30 recipes for each course of the day that are all 5 grams of net carbs or fewer using only 5 ingredients! It’s been challenging but rewarding work. With so much positive feedback from Dinner in Five, we decided to continue the trend and create 30 low carb breakfast recipes to follow suit.
Breakfast in Five features time-saving recipes like pancakes, shakes, cereals, muffins, breakfast bars and more, as well as more indulgent, Sunday-worth breakfasts like souffles, hash browns, sandwiches and waffles. Speaking of waffles, we were so surprised we managed to make edible waffles with only 5 ingredients, we made them the star of the show. You can find them on the cover of Breakfast in Five as well as the subject of this delicious blog post.
We’re sharing our 5 ingredient Chocolate Chip Waffles recipe with you along with the official announcement of the launch of Breakfast in Five. You can read all about how much everyone loves Dinner in Five here! All of our “in Five” ecookbook recipes can be made using only 5 ingredients. And since each one is 5 grams of net carbs or fewer, anyone can easily enjoy them without breaking their carb limit.
Enjoy our waffles and let us know what your favorite breakfast recipe is! Is there anything you miss eating before you went keto?
Loved this recipe? Let us know! Something didn’t quite turn out right? Ask us in the comments below or contact us– we respond to comments every day and would love to hear from you and help you out! And check out all ourlow carb breakfasts to learn to make more delicious and healthy meals!