Start your day with fluffy waffles with cinnamon cream!
Is it even possible to have a bad day once you’ve eaten waffles? While we don’t exactly have proven statistics on the matter, it’s safe to say your day should be pretty great if you whip a batch of these fluffy waffles with incredible cinnamon cream topping. It’s just too delicious not to smile about!
You may be wondering how in the world waffles are even close to keto-friendly. After all, traditional recipes call for lots of carbs. As usual, it’s all about making smart choices about ingredients. Instead of relying on white flour, instead, we use coconut flour. It’s a small adjustment that doesn’t impact taste or texture but definitely makes sure you aren’t getting all of those unnecessary carbs.
You’ll also be happy to know that this is a sugar-free recipe! Yes, there is plenty of sweetness to go around, but that’s all thanks to the erythritol. As a reminder, erythritol is a sugar alcohol that has virtually no calories and doesn’t influence blood sugar levels. That’s not only a win for keto dieters but also other individuals who may be concerned about their blood sugar levels.
Homemade waffles are so easy to make! All it takes is about thirty minutes in the kitchen, and you’ll be serving up a delicious plate of these amazing waffles. Why go out for breakfast when you can make a restaurant-worthy meal at home with much fewer carbs! The waffles themselves are light and fluffy, but it’s that cinnamon cream topping that really pulls it all together. It just doesn’t get any better than that!
If you love waffles (and let’s face it–who doesn’t?), then you HAVE to try this recipe for yourself. It’s simple to make, and you’ll enjoy it right down to the very last bite.
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