BBQ bacon cheeseburger waffles

Here we go again with another low carb recipe for those of you with massive cravings. Remember to always match your diet with your activity levels and consult your doctor before going on any diet plan. You definitely don’t want to be on a low carb diet if you weigh less than you should and if you are doing intense physical activity. The whole objective of going low carb is to control your blood sugar levels and hopefully prevent those extra carbs that your body doesn’t burn from being stored as fat. Also make sure if you are replacing your carbs with fats then make wise choices in terms of the fats you eat.

Obviously this recipe is not the healthiest of them all but it can be good if you still need to be on a low carb diet and have a craving for something waffly or pizzaish.  So lets get on with the recipe.

  • BBQ bacon cheeseburger waffles
    Serves 4
    A delicious recipe for low carb waffles with various toppings such as cheese, bacon and minced meat. Contains less than 3g net carbs.
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    Prep Time
    10 min
    Cook Time
    20 min
    Total Time
    30 min
    Prep Time
    10 min
    Cook Time
    20 min
    Total Time
    30 min
    For the waffle
    1. 1 cup of shredded Cauliflower (130g)
    2. 2 Eggs
    3. 1.5 oz. Cheddar Cheese
    4. 1/4 tsp. Garlic Powder
    5. 4 tbsp. Almond Flour
    6. 1/4 tsp. Onion Powder
    7. 3 tbsp. Parmesan Cheese
    8. Salt and Pepper to Taste
    For the toppings
    1. 4 oz. Ground Beef (70/30)
    2. 4 slices Bacon, chopped
    3. 4 tbsp. Sugar-free BBQ Sauce
    4. 1.5 oz. Cheddar Cheese
    5. Salt and Pepper to Taste
    1. Shred up the cheese. Half of it will be used for the waffle mix and the other half for the topping.
    2. Prepare 130 g of cauliflower crumbles. I usually use a food processor to finely shred the cauliflower.
    3. In a bowl put half the cheddar cheese, Parmesan cheese, eggs, almond flour, salt and pepper. Mix them all up and set aside for now.
    4. Slice up the bacon into thin pieces and place in a skillet greased with olive oil over medium heat for 5 minutes.
    5. Add the minced beef to the bacon in the skillet and cook to your liking
    6. Add the excess grease in the skillet to the bowl containing the waffle batter
    7. Use an immersion bender to mix up the waffle batter into a nice thick paste
    8. Add the waffle batter to the waffle iron and cook until there is no steam coming out of the waffle iron. If you like your waffles crispy then cook for a little longer, just make sure not to burn them.
    9. Add the sugar free BBQ sauce to the bacon and ground beef
    10. Top the waffles with the meat mixture and the remaining cheese and broil in your over at 400 F for up to 3 minutes.
    11. Serve hot
    Nutritional Information
    1. Per serving: 350 calories, 30g Fats, 3g Net Carbs, 19g Protein.
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4 thoughts on “BBQ bacon cheeseburger waffles”

  1. This recipe sounds amazing! I don’t eat a bunch of breaded items because I am gluten-free, so this recipe using cauliflower and almond flour for the waffle recipe is great! I do have a waffle recipe using rice flour, but am always looking for a healthier option (eating rice is not always my favorite). I am always looking for something different for those times when I have exhausted my salad routine.

    I may have to make this a family meal and see what the teens have to say about these waffles. Will I be able to fool them and feed them healthy at the same time?

    1. Hi Kerri,

      Thanks for the nice comment

      You can probably use different types of flour for this recipe and still pull it off. I have used almond and coconut flour and both work quite well. I made these waffles for my daughter and she loved it, so i’m sure you will be able to fool your kids into eating healthy.

  2. This looks mouthwatering, I was looking for a way to make these and here I get this amazing recipe which is easy to follow. I may not get it right when it comes to the looks of it but yes, I guess I could come close to the taste while trying to make it for the first time.

    1. Thanks for the comment shrey

      It took me a few attempts to get this right so keep on trying and they will eventually end up looking great!

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