Chocolate Waffles

Double Chocolate Waffle Recipe realhealthyrecipes copyBreakfast is the best meal of the day for the simple reason that you could get away with something completely savory or something completely sweet. Or you could have a little bit of each!

I haven’t yet met a breakfast recipe that I didn’t love. The challenge of taking a traditional grain and sugar filled recipe and creating the same dish without the harmful ingredients is so much fun.

Take these Chocolate Waffles (no you can’t actually take these ones. These ones are mine – go make your own!) I’ve put together this recipe without using grains, refined sugars or dairy — 3 things that most traditional waffle recipes have. The end result is oh-so delicious and sinfully decadent, without compromising your eating habits.

This wholesome breakfast that could pass as dessert!  If you love chocolate, then this will be your new favorite indulgence. And if you don’t love chocolate then please check your pulse!!! Enjoy 🙂

Double Chocolate Waffles
A Recipe by Diana Keuilian
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INGREDIENTS
Serves 16

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. In a medium bowl combine the almond flour, coconut flour, cocoa powder, baking soda and salt.
  2. In another bowl, beat the eggs, add the syrup, milk and vanilla extract. Add the egg mixture all at once to the flour mixture. Stir just until moistened. Fold in the chocolate chips.
  3. cook the batter in a preheated, greased waffle maker according to the manufacture’s directions. Server warm with pure maple syrup.
NUTRITION

Serving size: 111     Fat: 7     Carbohydrates: 8     Sodium: 85     Fiber: 2     Protein: 4    

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Comments

  • Kris September 23, 2014 at 9:03 pm

    So many of your recipes call for almond flour. What is a good substitution since I have nut allergy?

    • Diana September 24, 2014 at 5:20 pm

      Hi Kris,
      Great question. I can be kind of tricky to sub with gluten-free flours, since many absorb more liquid than others. Two subs that are safe to do 1:1 with almond flour are ground, gluten-free oats or ground sunflower seeds. Hope that helps!

  • RM July 27, 2016 at 6:49 pm

    Thank goodness for this blog and your recipes. We have so many of us with autoimmune brain disease and chronic lyme disease in the family and I am really trying to clean up my oldest son’s diet and still not deprive him. I cannot wait to test out this recipe and the others and see what happens! I’ve been Paleo for most meals off and on the last two years, and noticed such a difference in my functioning and social abilities, and now trying to steer my kids more and more towards this healthier way of eating, and learning better food choices. I cannot wait to buy your book, as my next personal goal is weight loss.

    • Diana August 1, 2016 at 4:28 pm

      Hi Rebecca,

      I’m so glad you’re enjoying the recipes. Diet is one of the most important factors in our health. I wish you and your son the best!

      Happy cooking! 🙂

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