These low carb waffles are a wonderful way to start the day!
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For a recent birthday gift I received a waffle maker. As you may know, I am from the UK and this particular appliance is not very common there. So I started making some pretty good waffles from the recipe included with the maker, and my son and husband loved them! They were – of course – full of carbohydrates so here is my low carbohydrate version! I serve it with a sweet whipped butter but you could also try low carb maple syrup or fresh berries and cream!
In a separate bowl, mix together eggs, unsweetened almond milk and vegetable oil. Add the two together and stir to combine.
Add a cup full of the mixture to a preheated waffle maker and cook for around four minutes. Repeat with the rest of the mixture to make two more.
While the waffles are cooking, combine room temperature butter, heavy cream and sweetener (again I use Swerve) in a stand mixer and whisk until light and airy.
Serve the waffles topped with the butter.
If you have leftover waffles, let them cool then place them in a plastic freezer bag. To cook, simply pop them in the toaster for a super quick and filling breakfast!Low Carb Waffles with Whipped Butter - #lowcarb breakfast Click To Tweet