Keto Low Carb Blueberry Waffles

Keto Blueberry Waffle, Topped with Strawberry, Sugar Free Syrup, and Whip Cream

If you’re a waffle lover and a keto newbie, you will love this Keto Low Carb Blueberry Waffle. There’s only a few simple ingredients to make this delicious breakfast with only 6 Net Carbs per waffle. Add cheesy scrambled eggs and sausage of your choice (I opt for vegetarian) for a 15 net carb meal, suitable for a modified ketogenic and low carbohydrate lifestyle.  

Now you might be wondering…Are blueberries keto friendly? The answer is YES! There is a major misconception that fruit is not allowed while living a ketogenic lifestyle. These waffles have ½ cup of blueberries in them which total about 6.5 Net Carbs, making them keto and low carb friendly. Blueberries are also low in calories, high in fiber, and are rich in antioxidants that support heart health, making them an important part of a healthy meal plan. 

To make these waffles, I use a Dash mini waffle maker. Check out my Tik Tok Video to see how I make my Keto Blueberry Waffles. You can find the recipe below.

http://www.tiktok.com/@idreamofalice

Ingredients

Serves 4 (4 inch) Waffles – 12 Net Carbs for Two Waffles

¾ Cup Birch Benders Keto Waffle Mix

½ Cup Water

1 Tablespoon Oil

½ Cup Thawed Frozen or Fresh Blueberries

1 Tsp Swerve Sweetener 

2 Tablespoon of Butter

Sugar-Free Syrup

Reddi Whip Cream 

Instructions

Blend in the waffle mix, water, oil, and Swerve into a bowl. Mix until combined. If the mixture is too thin, let the mixture sit for a minute or two to thicken. If you want a thick waffle, add more waffle mix. Add in the blueberries and gently mix. Cook until brown in a mini waffle maker, according to the waffle iron instructions. Once waffles are cooked, place them on a plate, top with butter, sugar-free syrup, and whip cream.

Published by I Dream of Alice

Alice MSN, RN loves to empower women to fulfill their dreams by helping them live in their purpose. She does this as a blogger, keynote speaker, and entrepreneur.

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