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Paleo Waffles

I am always searching for recipes that look good and that I actually have the ingredients to make it. I’ll admit it… I don’t usually plan my meals. I just buy a ton of produce and go from there! The downside to not planning is that I invariably forget something we “need”. Usually that just means we’re stuck with eggs for breakfast but yesterday I decided that it can’t be that hard to make your own waffle recipe… right?

I am so glad that I did and I nailed it on the first try! I only had coconut flour in the house, and usually I don’t like using coconut flour in waffles because it can make them pretty dry, but these are the best coconut paleo waffles I have ever had!

So I’m going to get right to it and give you the recipe!

Paleo Coconut Flour Waffles

Makes 4 large belgian waffles


  • 8 eggs
  • 1 banana – blended/mashed
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 1/2 cup coconut flour


Mix eggs, mashed banana and vanilla together in a large bowl. In a small bowl, mix salt, baking soda and coconut flour. Mix the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients.

Heat up your waffle maker. Oil your waffle maker if needed. I use coconut oil, it works great and makes clean up a breeze!

Pour 1/2 cup waffle mix into the waffle maker and cook! This will make 4 large waffles and they are pretty filling!

We like to top our waffles using homemade jam that is sweetened with honey, grade B maple syrup, goat yogurt or coconut milk yogurt. Or maybe a combination of those.

Let me know if you agree that these are amazingly delicious! Or if I am just biased. 😉


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  1. says

    I just made these for Sunday breakfast yesterday. We topped them with a splash of maple syrup and spread with homemade coconut almond/pecan butter. Yum!!

    • thepaleohomesteader says

      Also… Homemade coconut almond/pecan butter?! How did you make that? Yum!

      • says

        I roast the almonds and pecans in the oven until they are light brown. Let them cool. Then I just put them through the food processor with a little sea salt, cinnamon and nutmeg. Let it go until the nuts release their oils and form a nut butter. Then I add in 1/3 -1/2 cup organic, unsweetened coconut flakes and let it go another few seconds until it’s mixed in. Sometimes I’ll add in a tablespoon of honey, but not always. I use a 3:2 ratio of almonds to pecans.

      • thepaleohomesteader says

        Yum! Maybe you should do a guest post. 😉

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