What You Need:

1/4 cup coconut flour
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 Tablespoon apple pie spice
3/4 cup egg whites
1/2 cup almond/coconut milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

In a large mixing bowl combine all ingredients with a hand mixer. If you don’t have one a fork will do, be sure to mix well.

Heat waffle iron, I always spray mine with a tiny bit of coconut oil to help prevent sticking.

Drop waffle batter into center of iron, fill about 3/4 of the area.

Waffle is ready when it easily separates from the iron. About 3-5 min.

You can have fun with this by adding fruit toppings. We love bananas, blueberries or strawberries. I usually sauté them for a few min to get them warm, soft and bring out more of the sweetness.

Your partner in health,
Autumn Calabrese


  • Lauren

    Your recipe looks great!

    I am very curious as to how many servings this recipe has. I know 1 waffle = 1/2 red 1/2 blue but how many waffles does this make?

    Thanks, Autumn!

  • Dana Kenney

    I am going to try these and can’t wait. Quick question though: the red comes from the egg whites but how do we get a blue since coconut flakes are an orange? My assumption is that it is due to the nutrients/macros being closer to the blue just like pumpkin puree is purple, not green. Thank you.

  • Jerry Yan

    So gorgeous! I would love such breakfast!

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  • Julie

    Sounds like a great recipe. I’ve been seeing some other recipes with coconut flour. I’m interested in knowing what color container and how much of which container coconut flour is?

  • Ann Martin

    Thanks for the recipe. I made it today and substituted pumpkin pie spice for the Apple pie spice and it was delicious. Mine made two waffles and they were a great consistency.

  • Jennifer

    Just under the pic of the waffle it says half red and half blue

  • Brandi

    I made this today, and it’s awesome! I made it as pancakes, and it made two huge ones! I put half in the fridge for tomorrow’s breakfast. Thanks for sharing!

  • Jennifer

    How many servings does this make?

  • Amanda

    Is the 1/4 cup of coconut flour equal to 1/2 a blue container, or is it more like a 1/4 cup of coconut flour equals a full blue container? Thanks Autumn!

  • Claudia Marsh

    Made these this morning and loved them! I have a waffle maker that makes 4, so I got 4 waffles from this recipe!

    Very tasty and I love how they are not considered a yellow container (even it feels like it should)! I love waffles and pancakes, so finding healthy ways of making these is EXCITING!

    Thank you for sharing!

    • Autumn

      Of course Claudia, glad you liked them!

  • Christine

    I’d also like to know how many servings this recipe makes. Thanks!

  • Amy

    Is the entire recipe 1/2 red and 1/2 blue or does it make two servings?

  • Stacie

    How many servings does this make? I’m so excited to try them!

  • Melony

    I tried to make these on Sunday and they didn’t come out right at all. I followed the recipe and all and it just didn’t turn out. What could I have done wrong?

    • Autumn

      Hard to say, what was the problem?

  • Alex

    Do we have to just use egg whites?

    • Autumn

      It’s recommended egg whites only for this recipe.

  • mandi

    These look great, I saw someone ask what to use instead of coconut flour, could you use rice flour or almond flour?

    • Autumn

      You could use almond flour, but it would be a different taste/texture.

  • Amanda

    Hi Autumn!! Can you use this recipe as a pancake?

    • Autumn Calabrese

      I don’t see why not, I haven’t tried it as a pancake but Im pretty sure it would work. 🙂

  • Danielle

    I cannot wait to try these! I’m in the middle of 3 Day Refresh, but as soon as I am done, I am totally doing this. I have missed bread, but I insist upon making real food. This sounds awesome!!! Thank you! 🙂

  • Debbie Lentino

    How can I make this if I am allergic to coconut??

  • Debbie Lentino

    How can you make so,etching similar if you are allergies to coconut ??

  • Denee Dawson

    Hey Autumn! I tried making this today and it soooooo did not turn out:(:( It was super “eggy” and soggy and just disgusting. It didn’t look like the one in your picture there! Do you have any idea as to where I may have gone wrong??? Also, is this recipe just for one waffle?? Because mine made two, as all of the batter would not fit on the waffle maker at a time. Thanks in advance!

  • Lilian Guidini-Böhm

    Hello Autumn!!

    I would like to know how many servings does this recipe do?

    By the way, you are awesome!


  • Freedom

    I just made these for lunch and topped with warm fruit compote. Delicious

  • Connie Trowbridge

    These look sooooo tasty! I cannot wait to make them for my munchkin! Thanks for sharing.

  • Heidi Rye

    Thanks Autumn – my kids and I love waffles in the mornings and sometimes for dinner 🙂
    I haven’t found a gluten free recipe that I have liked but this is delicious and filling. We did ours with bananas and chopped walnuts!

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