Meal Prep Chocolate Almond Flour Waffles! These chocolate goodies are not only easy to make, but high in protein and healthy fat. You only need a few healthy ingredients to make these light, fluffy, dairy free and delicious waffles. Great for meal prep and freezable too! Paleo + Gluten Free + Low Calorie
I know you won’t complain about waking up to Chocolate Almond Flour Waffles! I’m not sure why it’s taken me so long to realize that my waffle maker is a critical meal prep tool. By that I mean, waffles are so much easier than pancakes to make.
Just pour the batter and let the waffle maker do the work. There’s no precarious flipping or manning the stove to add more batter involved.
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These chocolate almond flour waffles make 3 large waffles, and I had them ready in under 15 minutes. How can you pass that up?
I do want to point out that when you measure your flour, whether it’s for this recipe, or others, you have to be careful. You need to measure the flour by the spoon into a measuring cup.
Do not dunk a measuring cup into a bag of flour because you will get 1.5 to 2 times the amount of flour, whatever your baking will be super dry.
Note, this is what you should do with all flours, but I’ve especially noticed that grain free flours like almond and coconut are particularly unforgiving when you measure improperly.
Meal Prep Chocolate Almond Flour Waffles
Meal Prep Chocolate Almond Flour Waffles! These chocolate goodies are not only easy to make, but high in protein and healthy fat. You only need a few healthy ingredients to make these light, fluffy, dairy free and delicious waffles. Great for meal prep and freezable too!
Heat a waffle maker to medium heat. Mine was set at a 3. Grease the inside with oil or spray with cooking spray liberally.
In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, maple syrup and extract until the eggs are broken down.
Add the remaining ingredients to the bowl and fold to combine. Measure the flour the right way!
Transfer the batter to the waffle maker, about 1/3 to 1/2 cup of the batter will make 1 full size waffle.
Cook 5-7 minutes then flip and cook another 5 minutes. Remember, these are grain-free so they will need a little extra baking than regular flours.
When the waffle is ready, you will be able to easily remove it from the waffle maker with a spatula.
Cook the remaining batter then slice the waffles into quarters and divide into meal prep containers.
- Recipe yields 3 full size waffles or 12 1/4 waffles. Each meal prep containers 3 1/4 waffles.
- Nutritional values reflect 1 meal prep or 3 quarter waffles.
- Measure the flour the right way or you will end up with dry waffles. Results may differ if you use different ingredients, different brands of flours than I did and/or did not measure properly.
- Use almond flour not almond meal or your waffles will turn out runny.
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