I used to make regular pumpkin waffles every fall prior to starting keto. After three attempts, I finally perfected a keto version that I was super happy with! Both the pumpkin flavor and texture were spot on. I’ve heard that canned pumpkin is hard to find this year, but I was able to find some at Aldi and Trader Joe’s. I bought a few cans so I could experiment with these waffles and to make my Keto Pumpkin Muffin recipe.
For this recipe, I used superfine almond flour (from Costco), powdered erythritol (Swerve brand), eggs, low carb yogurt (Two Good brand), canned pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie filling), vanilla extract, maple extract and of course pumpkin pie spice. I whisked everything together and ended up with enough batter for 6 mini waffles. I use the Dash brand of waffle maker that I will link in my Amazon favorites below. You can also use a regular waffle maker if you don’t have a mini one.
I served my waffles with chopped pecans and ChocZero’s sugar free maple syrup. You can order from Amazon or directly from their website. If you order from their site, you can use my affiliate code “getfitlaura” for 10% off your entire order. Their syrups are my absolute favorite! I especially like the regular maple and maple pecan syrups. They also have some limited edition Halloween treats that are so tasty as well!
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