Keto Carnivore Waffle

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The paffle is a carnivore version of the waffle. Containing only ingredients from an animal - egg, cheese, and pork rinds - the paffle will quickly become your favorite breakfast food on the carnivore diet.

Almost zero carb carnivore waffle recipe

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Paffles are a keto carnivore version of the waffle.

These almost zero carb waffles are made up of an egg, cheese and pork rinds.

They are called paffles for two reasons. These waffles contain pork rinds and they are high in protein too.

Paffles are an excellent breakfast option for those following a carnivore diet. If a carnivore gets tired of bacon and eggs in the morning, they can try a paffle. These paffles are delicious with a runny egg placed on top or slather in butter.

Keto Carnivore Waffle Recipe Video

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Keto Carnivore Waffle Ingredients

  • 1 egg
  • ½ cup ground pork rinds
  • ⅓ cup mozzarella cheese
  • pinch of salt

Keto Carnivore Waffle Directions

  • Keto Carnivore Waffle
  • What is the carnivore diet?

    The carnivore diet is increasing in popularity.

    It is a diet that consists of consuming all meat, fat, organs from an animal. Basically, if it came from an animal you can eat it. It’s also considered a zero carb diet since all the parts consumed contain almost no carbs.

    People on the carnivore diet will eat:

    • meat
    • animal fat
    • organs
    • bone broth
    • butter
    • eggs
    • cream
    • cheese
    • pork rinds

    Paffle waffle maker

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    To make carnivore waffles, you will need an electric waffle maker.

    A favorite waffle maker is the mini waffle iron by Dash. This works well for making paffles because it is small and makes the perfect sized almost zero carb waffles.

    Larger models of waffle makers will for making keto carnivore waffles as well. Pour the paffle batter in the center of the waffle iron. There is no need to spread out the waffle batter. The batter will spread on it’s own creating a perfect paffle waffle.

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    Do I need to grease my waffle maker?

    You won’t need to grease or butter your waffle maker before cooking paffles. The fat from the cheese and pork rinds will release as the waffle begins to cook. This will keep the paffle from sticking to the waffle iron.

    How to store paffles

    You can meal prep paffles ahead of time.

    I make a batch up ahead of time and store them in the refrigerator or freeze. When I want a carnivore waffle, I reheat it in the toaster or oven.

    To freeze paffles, flash freeze each waffle on a plate or pan in the freezer for 30 minutes. Store in a freezer safe bag.

    Nutritional information & Macros

    Nutrition Information

    Keto Carnivore Waffle

    Servings: 1

    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 270
    Fat 19g
    Protein 24.7g
    Total Carbs 1.3g
    Net Carbs 1.3g

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    1. I’ve been making these for years. I couldn’t stand the eggy taste of chaffles and thought there’s got to be a way to get away from it. I used ground up pork rinds to bread pork, chicken or as a replacement for breadcrumbs in meatloaf so why not give it a go. Now I’ll add seasonings, different cheeses or diced jalapeños or diced dill pickles. The options are endless, depends on my mood

          1. you can also find them in with the bread crumbs at the grocery store. they’re called pork panko and they’re already crushed up.

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