Easy Paleo Waffles – Freezable too

Before we get to this recipe, I just wanted you to know I am having a Memorial Day Weekend sale on my cookbook, Caveman Feast until Monday the 27th only.  It is 60% off and you get lifetime updates to it once you purchase.  It is pretty much a cookbook that keeps on growing for the same price.  Crazy right? Well we all know I am a little bit so it makes sense.  Head over and grab it HERE.


Ok enough with all these amazing deals, now how about an amazing recipe?  Yes that is right, these are PALEO Belgium waffles that are so simple to make, easy to freeze and warm up in a toaster, and taste better than the real thing.


I was going to post this recipe sooner but I wanted to get some serious testing done on it.  I had 5 different people taste them as well as 4 kids and they all loved them.  That was enough convincing for me to share with everyone.  Plus I have been warming one up in the toaster every Saturday morning for breakfast and am shocked every time at the ecstasy contained in every single bite.  You will absolutely love this recipe and you can prep a bunch in advance to be able to grab and go from the freezer.  All about time saving now.  Please leave me a comment and let me know your thoughts and share this recipe with friends.



4.9 from 20 reviews
Simple Frozen Waffles
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Serves: 4
Whipped Topping
  1. Puree apple and banana in a food processor.
  2. Whip almond butter on high for 2-3 minutes until smooth and fluffed using hand mixer.
  3. Add puree and remaining ingredients to whipped almond butter and continue to whip until combined.
  4. Grease your hot waffle maker for every waffle you make.
  5. Use about 1 ladle of batter per 8-by-4-inch waffle onto hot waffle iron for 3-5 minutes until browned. Do not fill up entire waffle maker, leave about ⅓ unfilled so that the batter can spread.
  6. Eat immediately or store flat in freezer and make your own breakfast by reheating in toaster - the waffles will be firm enough!
Whipped Topping
  1. Using a stand mixer or hand mixer whisk coconut milk (only the thick white stuff, not the water) on high for 3 minutes
  2. Add honey and whisk for an additional 3 minutes.
  3. Serve over waffles and enjoy
I have not tried substituting the banana or the nut butter. It is probably possible I just did not test it.

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  1. I made these with hazelnut butter because I was out of almond butter and they were amazing! My friend couldn’t stop raving about them.

  2. Just made these this morning as I realized I had a couple ripe bananas and a couple apples left over from apple picking w the kids. These are delicious! I highly recommend this recipe and I think my new go to for waffles! Thanks.

  3. these were DELICIOUS. no other paleo waffle mix has every worked so flawlessly. no crumbing or sogginess, perfectly crispy on the outside and moist on the inside, with a tasty but not too sweet flavor. highly recommend these to all! THANKS :)

    ps – 100% a 5 star recipe, but the tool wouldn’t let me go higher than 4 stars, so I figured I’d leave it in the comments instead.

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