So I thought i’ll adapt my cloud bread recipe with a little bit of coconut flour and other essences. Turned out fantastic I served mine with strawberries, whipped double cream and some sugar free caramel syrup.
|Price||Around $19.95 – Available on Amazon.com|
|Pros||Resistance to high temperatures: for oven cooking up to 428°F (220°C)|
|Cons||Make sure you spray with oil to ensure non stick.|
|Summary||Awesome way of making low carb waffles on a low carb diet.|
How to Make Cloud Waffles
- 5 Eggs (seperated)
- 3 tbs cream
- 4 tbsp coconut flour
- 4 tbsp granulated sweetener
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 125 g butter (melted in the microwave)
- Separate Eggs yolks from the whites into two bowls
In Yolk Bowl
- Add coconut flour, baking powder, vanilla extract, cream, melted butter and granulated sweetener
- Pour in melted butter slowly while you blend it into yolk mixture
- Using a mixer whisk until egg white are white and form stiff peaks
Mix Yolks into Whites
- Slowly add Yolk mixture into the egg Whites and using a butter knife gently fold the mixture into the whites.
- pre heat over at 150c / 300 F
- Add mixture into Waffle Mould evenly (you may have a bit left over which you can make into a pancake)
- Cook for 25min
- Server with whipped cream and berries and sugar free syrup of choice
Serving Size 1 Waffle:
- Fat = 26g
- Protein = 6.6g
- Carbs = 4.2g
What Others Say
Have only used this product twice but was happy with the results. A bit tricky when flipping to bake the other side but is most likely a matter of practice. After cooling, I broke the waffles into individual pieces (8 SERVINGS), froze on a sheet, and then packaged in freezer bags for future use. I am a widow so this has worked out very well.
I am absolutely loving these waffle molds! No more having to clean a waffle iron. Yaaay! Just make sure to follow the instructions by placing the molds on a cookie sheet, before pouring the batter, or you’ll be sorry.
We just got these and my wife is making some crazy good coconut flour waffles in these. They’re very light, easy to use and clean up quickly and easily. Full disclosure: we really like silicone baking products and have quite a few: bread pans; cookie sheets, etc.
Wonderful product – wafflicous without a doubt. We love them.
We had a choice of either antique waffle maker (without Teflon but in $150-200 range), cast iron over the stove waffle maker (about $20) or these silicon molds. These pass the pinch and twist test, no white is seen. The molds did not disappoint, and I’m ordering a second set. Recipe included in the booklet provided, and delicious waffles are done in 20- 25 min. I rather get up earlier or bake and freeze them in advance, then use the Teflon-coated waffle makers. By the way, these waffles are softer and thicker; however, after baking I put them in one of those small toaster oven to get the crispy toasted taste. Our family loves them. We are keeping our options open to use cast iron waffle maker for camping.
If you’re looking to get your hands on a brand-new Silicone Waffle Mold, we’d recommend checking out Amazon. They often seem to have the lowest prices, ensure you get the right size as many of the cheaper ones listed are the wrong size and much smaller than customers expected.
The Silicone Waffle Mold is so popular for one very big reason – it does exactly what it’s intended to do and it does it well. You can’t ask for much more than that.
Our final conclusion is this – don’t cheap out on something you use regularly (and that goes for any purchase you make). Most of us make enjoy a regular keto treat, so it’s worth paying for something that will do the job right the first time.
Take a look at any other review site and you’ll see scores of top marks for the Lekue Silicone Waffle Mold. If you’re after the perfect keto cloud waffle – every time – then this is the silicone mold is for you!