Monday, January 25, 2016

Paleo Nut-free Ketogenic Waffles for meals all day long

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Here is a wonderful basic recipe that is not only Paleo but also Ketogenic.  It has a multitude of uses, is super easy to make, and has only 2 ingredients - yes two!

It's a beautifully simple version of waffles.  Light, crispy and delicious - these are to die for. If you've ever wished you could have some Paleo bread but can't eat nuts, this just might be the answer for you.

Makes 4 to 5 large waffles

Ingredients :

4 ounces cream cheese
4 large eggs

Directions :
  • Put the cream cheese and the eggs into your blender, blend until bubbles form, then leave to stand for about 5 minutes.
  • Meanwhile heat your waffle iron.
  • When it's hot, pour just enough to cover the bottom and use a soup spoon to even out the batter so it covers all the holes.
  • Close and cook until there is no longer any steam coming out of the iron. (About 5 minutes.)
  • Using a spatula, gently remove the waffle and place on a wire rack to cool.(It will be soft and floppy until it cools.)
  • If you want to eat it right away, put it into your toaster oven for a few minutes and it will crisp up very nicely.
  • You can also freeze these to use later. Just put a layer of parchment paper in between them so they don't stick together.

In the next few posts I'm going to give you lots of different ways you can use these, but today let's start with breakfast.

First, you can have them as just ordinary basic waffles. 

Might be ordinary, but with a bit of sugar-free syrup and lots of butter, they taste anything but.

Then there's my waffle version of Danish.  This has to be the closest you'll ever come to a grain-free puff pastry.  Really!

And it's so simple to put together.  Just toast, let cool, slather with butter and jam, sandwich two quarters together, and eat. Absolutely delicious.  

One word of warning - Make sure you let these cool completely, otherwise the filling will make them soggy rather than crispy.

Before I started eating Primal Paleo I loved having my croissants on the weekend, and I really missed them once I had to give them up.  I never thought I'd be able to eat anything even close to these delicious buttery pastries again.

Now, when I have these lovely Keto Danish on Sunday morning with my tea, I can enjoy that wonderful light crisp taste again... without any of the unwanted the side effects. 

 “Life isn't about finding yourself.  Life is about creating yourself.”   - George Bernard Shaw

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