These waffles are a keto dieter’s dream come true. They’re soft, fluffy and crispy on the outside and are only 2 net carbs each! The BEST Keto WafflesIf you’re missing carbs and hate watching the rest of the family munch on waffles and pancakes on the weekends while you’re stuck with eggs an avocado, then I’ve got you covered. Learn how to make the BEST keto waffles in under 15 minutes and I promise they’re so much better than the “regular” stuff.

They’re soft and fluffy and can be served for breakfast with no sugar maple syrup and fruit or savory topped with fried chicken, bacon and avocado. They can also be prepared ahead of time and frozen so you can pop one in the toaster as needed. The BEST Keto Waffles

To make keto waffles you will need:

  • Eggs
  • Almond flour (can sub 1:4 ratio, 2 tbsp coconut flour)
  • Cream cheese (can sub with heavy whipping cream)
  • Butter
  • Sweetener (Erythritol, Swerve or MunkFruit sweetener)

Keto Maple Syrup:

Keto maple syrup is a little tricky to find because most “sugar-free” maple syrups contain hidden sugars. This Maple Syrup is the only brand we recommend (not sponsored!). It’s rich and thick and perfectly sweetened with natural sweeteners and is by far the best maple syrup we’ve found.
The BEST Keto Waffles

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The BEST Keto Waffles

Fluffy and buttery keto waffles made in under 15 minutes with just 2 Net Carbs per Belgian Waffle! These pillows of goodness are so tasty and delicious you'd never know they're keto.
Prep5 minutes
Cook10 minutes
Total15 minutes
Servings 4 Belgian Waffles



  • Add all the ingredients into a blender. Blend until mixed through and smooth, about 1 minute.
  • Grease pre-heat waffle iron with cooking spray or butter. Pour batter into waffle iron depending on the iron size.
  • Cook until golden and crispy. Repeat until all the batter is finished. Enjoy!



There are 2 Net Carbs in each Waffle. 5 Net Carbs Subtract (1g Fiber) and (2g Sugar Alcohol) from the Erythritol. 
You can make these waffles in a Belgian waffle maker and the recipe should yield 3-4 Begilan waffles or make them in a standard waffle maker. 


Serving: 1Belgian Waffle, Calories: 293kcal, Carbohydrates: 5g, Protein: 10g, Fat: 27g, Saturated Fat: 11g, Cholesterol: 210mg, Sodium: 204mg, Potassium: 201mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 2g, Vitamin A: 793IU, Calcium: 125mg, Iron: 1mg

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

Additional Info

Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: almond flour, blender, keto, low-carb, waffles
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  1. My daughter made these for me when I came home after surgery. I needed healthy food to help me heal. These waffles are delicious so I don’t feel like I’m giving up anything

  2. Why does it says 8 oz cream cheese 1/2 block in the recipe

  3. I made these the other day and they were really good tasting. I’ve made other keto waffles from other websites and they either taste eggy, or alot of almond flour. I was skeptical about these but when I tred them, I was happy. Keeping this recipe for sure. Thank you.

  4. Absolutely delicious. And soooo easy. Thank You!!!

  5. Taste is good – BUT its really important to add one egg at a time. My batter was way too thin and I had to add more Almond Flour.

  6. I really enjoyed this recipe but will certainly cut it in half next time. Flavor was so good and satisfied the craving. I put 2 strawberries and a little less than 1/4 of blueberries on mine (could of used less). Mine didn’t crisp but the flavor was there. I’m thinking that maybe next time I’ll separate my eggs and whip the whites separately then fold them in. That’s how I do normal waffles.

  7. It says you can sun cream cheese with heavy cream. Use the same measurement as cream cheese?

  8. These waffles are serious delicious, I added a dash of cinnamon too! I also topped with Blueberries. 5 stars for sure 🌟

  9. I didn’t have vanilla so I used almond extract and used coconut oil. Of course put butter and sugar free syrup on them after they were done. Even more yummy than the first time I made them!!!

  10. I made these for breakfast today and used my little dash waffle iron. I was able to get 18 delicious heart shaped waffles with your recipe. I froze 11 of them for another time. So quick, easy, and yummy. Thank you!

  11. Totally making these tonight…even the comments are making my mouth drool.

  12. Delicious, I’ve tried, a few recipes and this is the closest to the real thing. I used Carmel extract instead, I’m out of vanilla. New staple in my house, Keto on!

  13. Very good! Mine didn’t come out crispy either but that didn’t matter. Will make these a great deal. Would made a great sandwich bread also!

  14. Can the batter be made ahead and used within 2-3 days?

    1. I would not suggest that as the eggs will not hold up well.

  15. Just tried these…taste good. On thing, mine didn’t come out crispy? I did use an artificial (Vegan?) Creamcheese….are they crispy like a normal waffle if made with real cream cheese?

    1. Update….last one was cooked a bit hotter and the waffle iron was almost overfilled and it definitely seems more “waffle-like” So I might have been not cooking them right:)

  16. Obviously not like real waffles but darn close. I find that the more crispier the waffle, the tastier it is. I have been missing my waffles for Sunday brunch and these were satisfying, will incorporate them into my diet from here on out. Not waffles but a great replacement.

  17. These waffles are our go-to weekend brunch! We have made them 5 or 6 times, but the last time we made them we separated the egg whites, beat them to stiff peaks, and folded back in just prior to putting in the waffle iron. It’s a little more fussy but they had a fuller body. I think we will do that going forward!