Paleo Waffles Recipe -Low Carb High Protein!

I’m starting my weekend off with a bang!  This is Dan from Primal4Life enjoying the new ”Paleo Waffles with Almonds & Blueberries.”  Julian Bakery has come up with yet another hit, the Paleo Waffles!!  They are thick, light, fluffy, and quite tasty too!  Made with all natural, organic ingredients, as well as being GMO-free, gluten-free, and high in fiber, but low in calories and carbs.  I know, I must sound like a broken record, but when it comes to Paleo Bread, Paleo Wraps, and now Paleo Waffles; they are as good as it gets and they are the real Paleo deal!

This morning’s Paleo Waffle extravaganza began with me warming up some frozen blueberries on the stove.  If you have fresh blueberries, go for it!  But since we just got back from vacation, we were low on fruit, and I don’t mind using some frozen organic blueberries from time to time.  I also allowed them to heat up and thicken up, so it was a little added bonus.  Once my Paleo Waffles were done toasting up in my toaster oven, I added the blueberries to them, sprinkled on some healthy slivered almonds, and then the final touch was one of my favorite products that we also get through Julian Bakery: Coconut Secret – Coconut Nectar!  It’s not just great tasting, but also packed with amino acids, vitamins and minerals that you aren’t going to get in other “syrups”. 



  1. Toast Paleo Waffle to your liking
  2. Heat frozen blueberries on the stove
  3. When done, top Paleo Waffle with blueberries, almond slivers, and Coconut Nectar

Prep Time:

• 2 minutes

Cook Time:

• 8 minutes

Makes: 1 Paleo Waffle

Along with my Paleo Waffle, I enjoyed some scrambled eggs, topped with Quantum Pink Salt and black pepper.  That Quantum Pink Salt has become one of my favorite salts, especially when you learn about all of the health benefits that these sea salts have over your average table salt that we’ve been told to cut back on.  Keep in mind that the typical Paleo enthusiast consumes very little sodium, thanks to saying no to processed foods…. So that means we can afford to have something like the Quantum Pink Salt or the Sunfood Super Foods Fine Himalayan Crystal Salt as well.

This was a delicious breakfast, very filling thanks to the high fiber content that the Paleo Waffles have, along with a good amount of protein as well.  Yeah, read the label, one Paleo Waffle packs 20 grams of protein, 12 grams of fiber, and only 8 net carbs.  What?!?!?!  As I stated on the video, I know of so called “protein bars” that don’t even have 20 grams of protein in them.  And since they are made with quality ingredients, like Coconut Flour, Egg Whites, Almond Milk, Coconut Oil, Stevia, Cinnamon, Potassium Bicarbonate, and Sea Salt, I have no qualms about eating waffles anymore! 

I hope you enjoyed this Paleo food blog, with the new Paleo Waffles that Julian Bakery is now offering.  If you haven’t tried them, please do… and please let me know how you like ‘em!  I’m sure they will put a smile on your face with each and every bite, and your kids will love them too!  So make sure you go to and pick up some Paleo Waffles for you and your fam!



Make Sure To Also Check Out: 

Paleo Waffles / Paleo Wraps / Almond Thin Crackers

Julian Bakery YouTube Channel / Twitter Facebook 


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