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Clean Keto Chocolate Waffles

These Clean Keto Chocolate Waffles will satisfy all your chocolate cravings while on a Keto diet! It is fluffy, delicious, and very easy to make.

Clean Keto Chocolate Waffles

Hello, my name is Lesya, and I am a Chocoholic. Nice to meet you.

I’ve been in love with chocolate since my early teens. I know there are many of you out there that can relate.

I used to buy bags of Reese’s, Twix, and Snickers and sneak gorge on them during not one, but BOTH of my pregnancies. (Yikes)

Clean Keto Chocolate Waffles

Now that I am more mindful of what I put into my body (although I should have been more aware WHILE pregnant), I am making better chocolate choices.

Chocolate does have many health benefits though, let’s not forget that.

Clean Keto Chocolate Waffles

Here are a few of the big ones. (Dark Chocolate in particular)

  • Full of fiber and essential minerals
  • A powerful source of antioxidants
  • Raises HDL
  • Can reduce heart disease risk
  • May improve brain function
  • Improves blood pressure

Nowadays, instead of sitting down and polishing a whole bag of chocolate, I strategically think about how I can add it to meals as much as possible without interfering with my health goals.

Waffles Ingredients

For instance, these Clean Keto Chocolate Waffles. Yes, I could have just made them regular waffles, then my husband would probably have eaten them as well. He is not a big chocolate fan (what a weirdo, right?) I was happy to have them all to myself.

Clean Keto Batter

The chocolate adds another depth of flavor to the waffles, and there is nothing better than Saturday morning brunch, with a decadent Clean Keto Chocolate Waffle and a nice cup of Keto Energy Latte.

Keto Batter

I topped these off with homemade whipped cream, sliced strawberries, and Choc Zero Syrup.

Fresh Waffle

Whipped cream is the easiest thing to make. Pour heavy cream into a mixer, set it on high, and let the magic happen. Viola! You’re a chef!

strawberry and cream topping

However you chose to top these, you will be in chocolate heaven in just one bite. Enjoy the moment, before it gets ruined by a screaming toddler or a long weekend to-do list.

Chocolate lover

Enjoy my friends!

Clean Keto Chocolate Waffles

Clean Keto Chocolate Waffles

Yield: 8
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes



  1. Preheat the waffle iron.
  2. In a medium bowl whisk together almond flour, coconut flour, swerve, cocoa powder, baking powder, and salt.
  3. In another bowl beat the eggs and melted butter.
  4. Add vanilla and then add the almond milk.
  5. Add the wet ingredients to the dry.
  6. Stir in the chocolate chips just until combined.
  7. Let the batter sit for at least 5 minutes.
  8. Ladle about 1/4 cup of mixture onto the center of the iron.
  9. Cook until the waffle is crispy on both sides.
Nutrition Information
Serving Size 1 Waffle
Amount Per Serving Calories 163Total Fat 14gCarbohydrates 12gFiber 6gProtein 6g

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7 thoughts on “Clean Keto Chocolate Waffles”

  1. Why do so many of your recipes omitt the nutritional info? I spend a lot of time having to enter ingredients into MFP only to discover the recipe doesn’t fit my macros. I’ve stopped following quite a few bloggers for this reason.

  2. Janice, all of my new recipes have the nutritional info. The older ones, such as this one does not and I am slowly working on going back and adding nutritional information to all of them.

  3. Janice, I added the Nutrition Information for the Chocolate Waffles and I will work as fast as I can to ensure all of my recipes have the macros for you. Thanks for following.

  4. The batter sticks to my iron, and splits open when I lift the lid. Yes, it’s hot enough, yes the batter is cooked through. Any suggestions?

  5. Sorry to hear you’re having trouble with the waffles sticking, it sounds frustrating! A couple of things you might try include ensuring the waffle iron is well-greased before pouring in the batter. Sometimes, even when an iron is hot enough, a little extra oil can help prevent sticking. Also, allowing the waffle to cook a bit longer might help it develop a firmer crust that releases more easily. If you’re already doing these and still having issues, adjusting the batter’s consistency could help. A slightly thicker batter might not spread as much and could lift off cleaner. Let me know how it goes.

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