Chicken and Healthy, Grain Free Waffles

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I’m a Southern Girl through-and-through, so obviously chicken and waffles is one of my favorite things to eat.  But at restaurants, even nice ones, they are made with white flour – both the breading on the chicken and the waffle.

The day before I made my Grain Free Chicken Nuggets, I had come across a really cool waffle recipe in the meal plan menu from Cara of Health, Home & Happiness that called for 12 eggs. I whipped up a batch and they were delicious!

I was so relieved that they tasted good and that my daughter Penelope would eat them. She has been going through a little phase lately where she doesn’t want to eat eggs in the morning, at least not every single day. And y’all know what a nut I am about eating eggs in the morning instead of grains. So this is the perfect substitution for her to eat, and she is secretly getting the same amount of eggs in the morning.

I froze the rest of the waffles in rectangle pieces, and now I can just take one out and heat in the convection oven for a minute and breakfast is done.  No different than taking Eggo waffles out of your freezer and putting it in the toaster.  But so much healthier! Just look at the label of Eggo waffles. Just gross! Why do you need food dye in waffles?!!

Cara said I could post the recipe for you. To find  more super healthy and healing recipes you can buy her meal plan menu. It’s grain free and GAPS legal. Now on to the chicken and waffles (the recipe is on the next page!)…

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  1. Elizabeth says:

    How many waffles do you get out of this recipe?

  2. How many waffles/servings does this recipe make?

  3. Just curious, can I freeze the left over waffles? There is no way me and my husband can eat 4 big waffles. I am new to cooking with real/organic and non-gluten/ processed foods. I ADORE your site and plan on using a lot of your recipes. Thanks so much!

    • Hey Rachel! Yes, you can totally freeze the leftovers. That is what I meant in the post where I take them out of the freezer one at a time and heat them up in my convection oven each time myself or my daughter wants one. So I have been going through one batch of this recipe about every two weeks.

  4. Just re-read the first page and YES I can freeze them! Sorry to bother you with such a silly question. (I think I was so excited about finding a chicken and waffle recipe, that I didnt read everything.) :)

  5. Just to clarify, the coconut oil/butter/ghee listed in the ingredients is for greasing the waffle iron and not for the batter, correct? I just made them that way and they’re delicious. I can’t imagine adding more liquid, but I wanted to be sure. Thanks!

  6. Yum! I’m always looking for grain free options. Can’t wait to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing!

  7. This sounds so good! I do not have a waffle iron, but I should be able to make pancakes with the same ingredients right?

    • I have not tried pancakes with this recipe yet, but I bet you could, they would just be thicker type pancakes. An easy pancake recipe I like to make is eggs, bananas and about a tablespoon of coconut flour.

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