Low carb pumpkin pie waffles

If you are going to eat waffles then why not eat the healthy version which tastes just as good as the original and wont send your blood sugar off the charts. Each serving only contain 6 grams of nett carbs and over 14 grams of proteins with most of the protein coming from the Almond flour and the eggs.

Low carb pumpkin pie waffles
Serves 2
A delicious recipe for low carb pumpkin pie waffles.
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
20 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
20 min
  1. 1/2 cup Almond Flour
  2. 1/3 cup Organic coconut milk
  3. 1/2 cup Organic pumpkin puree
  4. 1 1/2 tsp. Pumpkin pie spice
  5. 1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
  6. 1 tsp. Baking Powder
  7. 2 Eggs
  8. 3 tbsp. Swerve sweetner
  9. 7 drops Liquid stevia
  10. Sugar free syrup to top the waffle
  1. In a large measuring cup, combine all of the wet ingredients.
  2. Mix together the wet ingredients well until little to no egg white is visible.
  3. Add all dry ingredients to a sifter. I would recommend getting a cheap sifter to do this
  4. Sift all dry ingredients into the wet ingredients.
  5. Mix together the batter until everything is nicely combined. The batter should be slightly watery and if you have the consistency right then it will turn into perfectly crisp on the outside and soft on the inside waffles.
  6. Grease your waffle maker with coconut oil spray, then pour the batter onto the waffle iron when it indicates that it is ready.
  7. Once the waffle iron tells you that your waffles are ready (usually when no more steam is seen), check on them to see if they need to go for longer. If not, remove the waffles from the iron and cut them as needed.
  8. Serve up with some maple syrup (preferably sugar free) and a few pecans if you’d like.
  1. This makes 2 total servings of Pumpkin Pie Spiced Waffles. Per serving, you’ll get 290 Calories, 22g Fats, 6g Net Carbs, and 14.1g Protein.
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4 thoughts on “Low carb pumpkin pie waffles”

  1. This sounds great for a fall breakfast. I love pumpkin pie and this sounds like it would be delicious. I’ve never heard of almond flour before. Is it much more beneficial than your regular run of the mill flour and can it be found in most grocery stores? Thanks for the post, I’ll have to try this sometime.

    1. Hi Stephanie,

      Almond flour is lower in carbohydrates than traditional flour. It keeps you fuller for longer and also has more proteins. You will see it in many paleo and low carb recipes. I do experiment with it quite often so keep a look out for new recipes.

  2. Great idea, Never seen this before and i love trying anything new. I didn’t realise that the waffles were so high in protein. I struggle a lot changing my diet for high sources of protein so this seems ideal. Im going to keep an eye on your site in the future of nutritional tips.
    Many thanks


    1. Hi Lee,

      The waffles are indeed a good source of protein. Keep a look out as I will be posting many different recipes full of protein.

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