3-ingredient Paleo Waffles

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I came up with this recipe from a comment that one of my readers left on my Banana Bacon Frittata recipe. She made it in a waffle iron….brilliant! I decided to add some coconut flour to give the waffles some more body. It’s also fun to add in some spices. So easy to make, takes minutes! My kiddos and my husband love them. This one is a winner! Who can argue with only needing three ingredients for these Paleo waffles?

3-ingredient Paleo Waffles
Yield: Makes approximately 4 waffles

3-ingredient Paleo Waffles

All you need is just three ingredients to make these fluffy, delicious paleo waffles. It's also fun to add in some spices. So easy to make, and takes minutes!


  • 4 pastured eggs
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 Tbsp coconut flour
  • Optional: cinnamon, pumpkin pie spice, or vanilla


1. Put all ingredients in a blender.

2. Pour into a hot waffle iron and cook until done.

3. Serve with fresh coconut whipped cream, or real maple syrup and lots of grass-fed butter.

4. You can also freeze them and pop them in the toaster for quick easy breakfasts!


You can make your own homemade whipped cream here.

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12 Replies to “3-ingredient Paleo Waffles”

  1. Am I the only one who found these waffles to “stick” to my waffle iron?? They were horrible ..tasted good but they definitely were not Waffles, and I followed the recipe to a T. Shouldn’t there be any oil in the mix? I did put a little coconut oil on the waffle maker because the recipe didn’t call for any oil at all but they still were sticking after a couple of attempts. I have a very nice waffle iron …one that you flip. Please I would love to know if I was the only one with a problem with this recipe….

    1. I have them stick every once in a while, but then I oil my iron more. I think you might just need more oil. Let me know if that solves the problem.

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