Craving waffles

By reneeramaekers Latest Reply 2012-01-18 19:08:37 -0600
Started 2012-01-15 09:38:15 -0600

I'm wanting some waffles so bad !!!!!

11 replies

berrykins0 2012-01-18 19:08:37 -0600 Report

i like waffles you can buy wholwhet waffles kashi make them i have had blueberry ones and plain ones too.

reneeramaekers 2012-01-16 11:13:22 -0600 Report

Thanks guys !!!! I'm going to look into the almond flour !!!!! I have soy protien powder and it needs a lot of sprucing up to eat !!!! Now the whole wheat sounds good but unfortunately it raises my blood sugar … I think there will be some waffles in my future !!!!!
Thanks a million

jayabee52 2012-01-16 05:16:50 -0600 Report

I used to make what I thought were KILLER waffles. I made them out of whole wheat flour and added wheat bran and wheat germ to it. I also didn't add oil but instead added applesauce. They were very filling.

draco59 2012-01-15 23:00:00 -0600 Report

Go a head an have some. I found out that it's better go with the craving, if not it builds stress and in my case leads to over eating not just what I crave but also other things. So go ahead an have some but within moderation, the whole wheat ones are good to.

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2012-01-15 16:59:15 -0600 Report

I make waffles out of bisquik when I want them and use sugar free syrup. I don't eat them that often and use them as a special treat. I missed not having my egg nog french toast for Christmas breakfast. Would love to have that.

reneeramaekers 2012-01-15 15:13:15 -0600 Report

Thanks !!!! I will look into that!!!
I just worked out instead and tried on clothes that use to be too small and a more fit than last week !!! :)

Kirla 2012-01-15 13:18:56 -0600 Report

I eat pancakes and waffles made of soy flour all the time. I googled almond flour waffles and this is what I found.
There lots of recipes for making them low carb so they shouldn’t spike your blood sugar. I put no sugar added jam and sometimes sugar free maple syrup on them and they taste great. All you need is the ingredients and a waffle maker.


Set apart
Set apart 2012-01-16 06:04:51 -0600 Report

Thanks am going to try these haven't had pancakes in so long, they used to be my favorite. I have also lost weight right now I can wear anything in my closet and it fits! This can be an incentive for those cravings!

Kirla 2012-01-16 09:56:26 -0600 Report

I make them about 6 inches. I have a special pan I use. One batch makes about 6-8 pancakes. I usually eat one or two when making them. I freeze the rest and will eat just one. I sometimes will fry an egg sunny side up and put it on top of the pancake along with some no sugar added jam and or sugar free maple syrup. If you can use soy products you can make them out of soy flour. I found soy flour is a lot cheaper than almond flour or meal. When using soy flour I just replace the soy flour cup for cup in most recipes and it comes out pretty good. I have several recipes I post on my blog. Just can’t make bread out it. But pancakes, waffles, pumpkin bread, carrot cake and chocolate cake comes out pretty good. But if you can’t eat soy, almond flour works pretty good as far as I can tell. There are hundreds of recipes out there for using almond flour. There is also some other low carb flours you might run across you might want to try. I use soy because I buy it for a dollar a pound. Only thing is I have to buy 50 pounds. I bought a bag a little over a year ago and still have enough left over to make about 2-3 cakes. I use it almost everyday. Even use it in my pasta machine to make soy pasta. Not the best tasting in the world but when you add some no sugar added pasta sauce, hot sauce and graded cheese it doesn’t taste all that bad. Just have to watch how much you eat. Not that it will affect your blood sugar but if eaten too much it will help put on the weight.

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