I hate when you have to pee but you kind of forget about it while you are driving, until you get in your house, then suddenly you’ve pulled your pants down in the living room (in front of your roommate) as you run to the bathroom. No? That’s never happened to you? Cool.

The dumpster outside my house smells like lavender. I like that. I like that a lot.

My Colorado world is very quiet right now. It’s probably because this soccer player named Tebow is playing right now. That soccer playin’ sonofab*tch. I’m kidding, I know Tebow plays tennis. But I’m pretty thankful for the calmness among the world. You know why?? BECAUSE A MARATHON OF GLEE IS ON! Holy sh*t balls. They are dancing to ‘Barbara Streisand’ by Duck Sauce. No no, not dancing, flash mobbing. I seriously want to flash mob more than anything in the world. I wish I were kidding. I’m a really terrible dancer BUT I have no shame so I would be epiiiiic in those situations.

Hey so you know how I’ve talked about having this stuff called acne, it’s still really stupid dumb. So I got a peel done. If you don’t know what that is, the jist of it is…they spread acid on my face, it burns really bad, then my face peels off. SH*T I’m sexy. These men be chasin’ me down! That was a lie. At least CoverGirl is still begging for me to be their new spokes model. Begging.

But seriously, my face lady told me not to pick at my skin. My peeling skin. Are you effing kidding me? Have you ever had a sunburn that peeled? Did you just let the skin sit on your body as you went on with your day? Sh*t no you didn’t. That’s weird, and gross. It’s like having a booger hanging out of your nose and you not picking it because it’s not “socially acceptable” to pick your nose in public. Complete bullsh*t if you ask me. So I’ve been picking…a lot. Why else do we have nails? Duh.

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Almond Flour Coconut Waffles

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  • Yield: 1-2 1x




  1. Plug in your waffle iron. You don’t have a waffle iron? Why? Because it’s the most pointless tool in the kitchen and is only useful for one kind of food. True. But buy one. Waffles are awesome.
  2. Whisk your eggs in a medium-large sized bowl.
  3. Add your coconut milk and whisk together with eggs.
  4. Next add your almond flour and mix together.
  5. Then add your shredded coconut, arrowroot powder, baking soda and mix together.
  6. Lastly, add in your honey, vanilla, salt and cinnamon. Mix together thoroughly.
  7. Pour into your waffle iron and cooking until cooked through. It took about 4 minutes for mine to cook through and crisp up.


This made 3 full waffles for me.

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  1. Melissa says:

    Thank you sooo much for this recipe!! I have tried to make waffles 2 other times with 2 different recipes and was always so disappointed with the outcome..to the point I’d just throw them out. These were amazing!! I’m doing the candida diet at the moment so I just used almond flour with a bit of coconut flour and then I used xylitol to sweeten them and they were delish.

  2. Noël says:

    I was craving waffles this morning and more low carb. I followed the directions to a T and while the batter was thick it came out perfect! Crisp on the outside, chewy inside and beautiful golden color. Thanks Jules 🙂 fellow Denver neighbor

  3. Tiffany says:

    I kept meaning to come leave a comment on these, and now, since it’s 6:45am and you’ve just made my morning better AGAIN, I’m finally remembering to do so. Let me just say that I am obsessed with almond flour. My husband bought it because it’s good for us, but I cook with it all the time because it’s just so damn good. Seriously, if it can be subbed in, anywhere, I put it in there. Recently, I’ve had a mad hankering for waffles due to keeping Parks and Rec on repeat. Plus, my kids love waffles (who doesn’t ?!) and they’re easy to freeze and have ready for early mornings. So, I tried a few other recipes and was having zero luck. One was too soft. Another called for a crazy amount of arrowroot that ruined the recipe. Then I found one and I’ve never looked any further. These are flippin perfect! They are crispy (hooray!) and flavorful, and just dense enough to fill the kids before school. I’ve made them with and without honey- good both ways- and, recently, when I was out of reg. shredded coconut, I used sweetened coconut and, let’s just say, the kids were thrilled.
    I’m totally stalking all of your other recipes now. THANK YOU!! yummmmmmmmmmmm

  4. Tracy says:

    I made these this morning and they were better than expected. I love their flavor – thank you for sharing. I topped them with coconut whipped cream and strawberries – perfection!

  5. Kris F says:

    AMAZING! My doc just had me go grain and legume free. I was craving waffles because we have waffles every Saturday with our girls and I was feeling left out:)

    THESE were awesome! Even my 7 year old loved them! Thank you so much for making me feel like this lifestyle is doable and even enjoyable!

  6. Ridgley says:

    Super good and super filling! I added blueberries to mine! You have such a gift Juli! keep on inspiring!!!

  7. Kate says:

    I have recently bought a waffle maker and made “regular” waffles once for my kids and today tried making these. The flavour was outstanding!!
    However I have a question – are these meant to be crispy? Mine weren’t – so I’m just wondering if that is due to the recipe or the fact paleo waffles take twice as long as “regular” ones?

    Any pointers appreciated!

  8. Chelsey says:

    These were delicious! I’ve tried a couple other low carb waffle recipes, but these were softer, more moist, and more like the real thing! And they turned out beautifully. We topped ours with some Greek yogurt and strawberries for a little waffle shortcake. Totally satisfying!

  9. Barb says:

    Amazingly delicious waffles! My favorite recipe ever!

  10. Effie J. Sorg says:

    Can’t wait to try these! Sounds Yummy! Thank you so much for sharing.