Finished Bacon Almond Waffle

Bacon Almond Waffles

Looking for something special to make for breakfast? Have a hankering for both bacon and waffles? Tired of eating just breakfast quiche and breakfast muffins? Make Bacon Almond Waffles and have the best of both worlds!  Waffles are something not easy to replicate on the keto diet but today I really wanted one.  So, I took the Almond Bun recipe, dragged out the waffle maker, and got cooking!

Bacon Almond WaffleHere is the finished product! Besides being a little holey, I couldn’t have asked for a better turn out.  If I were to make it again I’d increase the amount of batter used.

Almond Bun BatterStart with the standard almond bun recipe.  One thing to note, you need to make sure that the almond bun batter is really liquid. I’ve gotten some comments that it was hard to spread the batter and I believe its all based on the temperature of the ingredients.  Most people store the almond flour, eggs, and butter in the refrigerator. Take the eggs and place in a bowl with warm water before using.  Mix the dry ingredients and then the eggs. Mix thoroughly.  Then add the melted butter and the mixture should be liquid.

Cooked BaconCook some bacon until crisp. Lately I’ve been cooking bacon in my Convection Toaster Oven to cook my bacon when I’m short of time.  I just lay out 4 or 5 slices on some foil and set it to 450 degrees with convection on.  Then by the time I finish prepping the bacon is done.

Waffle IronNext, grab your trusty Waffle Iron, preheat it, and spray with Pam. I bought this waffle maker back when I still ate carbs and it was the best consumer model made.  Cheaper ones don’t heat as well and tend to break quickly.

Almond Batter in the waffle ironTry to do this next step as fast as possible.  Pour the batter on the bottom layer of the griddle, making sure to spread the batter evenly.  Then place the bacon on top of the batter.  For this model waffle maker, bring the handle down and flip it over. It will beep when it is done.

Finished Bacon Almond WaffleWell, it ain’t pretty but here is the finished almond waffle!  I should have used a little bit more batter, possibly 1.5x the recipe for two waffles.  Obviously the bacon is optional.

Topped WaffleI put some butter and whipped cream on top of the waffle for a little bit more flavor.

Bacon Almond Waffle
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 2
  • Serving size: 1 Waffle
  • Calories: 648
  • Fat: 61
  • Carbohydrates: 10
  • Fiber: 5
  • Protein: 21
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  • ¾ Cup Almond Flour
  • 5 T Melted Butter (Unsalted)
  • 1.5 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1.5 tsp Splenda
  • 4 slices Bacon
  • 2 Eggs
  1. Cook the bacon until crisp
  2. Start by removing the eggs, almond flour, and butter from the refrigerator
  3. Place the eggs in warm water to heat them up
  4. Mix the dry ingredients first (Almond Flour, Baking Powder and Splenda)
  5. Add the two eggs and mix thoroughly
  6. Microwave the butter and add to the mixture
  7. Preheat the waffle maker, with this model, set it to 3.5
  8. When it is preheated, open it, spray with Pam and fill with batter, optionally you can add anything you want in, bacon, almonds, fruit, etc
  9. Close and flip the waffle maker, when it beeps, flip it over and remove the waffle with a fork
  10. Top the waffle if desired with butter, whipped cream, etc.

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