Our One and Only Favorite Paleo Waffle Mix

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It’s pretty much a guarantee that you were not born eating Paleo. So, to state the obvious, you probably miss the foods you used to eat. I know I do. After all, for 30 years I ate “not-so-paleo” just about every day of my life. So yeah… I miss some of the foods I used to eat…like waffles. There are plenty of Paleo waffle recipes on the web, but along with missing waffles, it’s easy to miss a waffle mix. Or really the instantness of a waffle mix. Just add water, pour it in your waffle iron, and tada you have delicious, freshly made waffles in minutes. So what is our favorite Paleo waffle mix?

Our Favorite Paleo Waffle Mix is:

Favorite Paleo Waffle Mix

Birch Benders Paleo Pancake & Waffle Mix. We make these waffles once a week in our house, but not for breakfast like you might think. One of our favorite meals, and clearly it must be one of the favorites because we have it every week, is chicken and waffles (paleo, of course). Check back next week for my paleo fried chicken strips that we use for our chicken and waffles.

This mix makes both pancakes and waffles. The pancakes are great too, but we really love how fluffy and golden the waffles come out and just use this mix solely for waffling.

Favorite Paleo Waffle Mix

Waffle Mix Instructions

The bag says to blend one cup of waffle mix, 3/4 cup of water, and 1 1/3 tablespoon of coconut oil. The batter will be thin at first, so let it sit for a few minutes to thicken. Then cook according to your waffle iron instructions.

Using these instructions with our waffle iron, we can make two large waffles that aren’t quite complete. So we add a little bit more of each ingredient to get two full, fluffy, golden waffles. It really depends on your waffle iron, so you might have to play around with ingredient amounts.

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Ingredients

cassava starch, organic coconut flour, almond flour, leavening (monocalcium phosphate, sodium bicarbonate), salt, monk fruit, spice.

Do you have a different favorite Paleo waffle mix?

Please share if you have a different favorite Paleo waffle mix. I love learning what other Paleo products are out there.

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  • Camarin
    Reply

    THIS IS MY FAVORITE TOO! Love them so much!

  • Rebecca
    Reply

    I love hearing about products from others. It’s hard to find good Paleo products. Thanks!

  • Catherine
    Reply

    This sounds great! I’m interested in trying some of your other recipes too!

  • Samantha
    Reply

    I’m not a huge fan of Birch Benders Paleo blend, just because I don’t like the flavor of the monk fruit sweetener they add to it! My favorite is Simple Mills but it’s definitely not as easy to make as Birch Benders, unfortunately. Birch Benders was great for camping breakfasts because it’s just add water!

    • Erin Higgs
      Reply

      I’ve never had Simple Mills. I’ll have to give it a try.

  • Annette
    Reply

    I’ve never heard of this waffle brand. I have a Paleo cookbook and tend to make everything from scratch. I’m glad to see there is another way to make waffles – especially during camping trips – that make it lots easier. I’ll certainly have to try this brand! Thanks for sharing!!

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