Paleo Chicken and Waffles

The Paleo Waffle

Who isn’t a huge fan of fried chicken and crispy starchy waffles? The crunchiness of the chicken, the softness of the waffle, the sweetness of the syrup, the spiciness of the hot sauce. But paleo? Is it possible? Obviously it is. Here is a recipe from one of my great great caveman relatives. Enjoy!

The Waffle :

The Ingredients –

– 1 1/2 cup almond flour

– 4 eggs

– 1/4 teaspoon baking soda

– 1/4 sea salt

– 2 ripe bananas

-1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

– 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

– 1 tablespoon coconut oil

Directions –

Mix flour, eggs, baking soda, and salt in a large bowl

In the same bowl mix cinnamon, vanilla extract, and bananas (Mash em)

Spread Coconut oil on the waffle iron. Add a blob of batter in the center and close for approx 2-3 minutes.

The Chicken

Ingredients –

– 2 chicken breasts cut lengthwise

– 5 slices of bacon

– 1 cup almond flour

– 1 teaspoon pepper

Directions –

1. Add bacon to a skillet and cook

2. In a bowl mix almond flour and pepper

3. Take out bacon, coat chicken in flour bowl. Add to the skillet with the bacon fat.

4. Cook for 5 min per side (or until we have no pink in the middle), take out and let sit for 5 min.

Serve with bacon! add honey on the pancakes


2 Responses to “Paleo Chicken and Waffles”

  1. 1 Dewsterling
    May 15, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    Why is honey a reasonable Paleo cheat, but not maple syrup? Pure maple syrup comes from a tree – no sugar.

    • May 17, 2012 at 3:55 am

      Honey is considered paleo..but definitely not for everyday consumption. Raw honey or honeycomb is the preferable choice. Maple syrup is also widely used for paleo treats but also not recommended daily. Honey and maple syrup are sugars…don’t be fooled by the “healthy” label. If you are eating strict paleo these two sweets are definitely treats!

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