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Paleo Blueberry Waffle

I live for warm blueberries and I also live for crispy waffles. Combining them both in one is heaven on earth. At least over here it is haha. I love coming up with new paleo recipes that don’t involve sweet potatoes (a struggle over here if you know how much I love me some sweet potatoes). This paleo blueberry waffle recipe doesn’t have any sweet potatoes in sight though! Just a few simple, real ingredients mixed together to create magic.

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Paleo blueberry waffle with blueberries and butter on top on a white plate

The tricky part about cooking with blueberries is finding the perfect balance of adding the right amount. You don’t want to add too many or the waffles fall apart. If you don’t add enough, then you’re let down that it’s not really a blueberry waffle. This recipe makes 2 waffles so I made one without blueberries just to be safe and one with blueberries. Both turned out perfectly so I’d say you can make them either way!

Why I love blueberries:

Not only are they super flavorful, they’re packed with antioxidants. They’re also packed with nutrients like Vitamin C, fiber, and magnesium. Getting enough fiber in your diet is important in helping regulate digestion. While I love love love chocolate chips in waffles, blueberries are overall a healthier choice. Either is a delicious option that I’d recommend though 😉

What You Need to Make the Waffles:

I love keeping my ingredient list simple. The less ingredients, typically the lower the cost. I hate the idea that eating healthy has to be super expensive. What you need for this recipe: eggs, bananas, coconut flour (buy in bulk on amazon to save money), vanilla, cinnamon, and baking powder. And a waffle maker. The only expensive ingredient here would be the coconut flour but still much cheaper than the similar paleo flour alternative, almond flour.

I like cooking with coconut flour for that reason. It’s way more affordable than almond flour. When a recipe calls for 2 cups of almond flour, all I can think of is the dollar signs haha. That doesn’t mean I don’t still make recipes with it because sometimes it does taste better but I’m just mindful of the costs.

Paleo blueberry waffle with blueberries and butter on top on a white plate

Toppings of Choice:

When it comes to toppings, I tend to go overboard. Oops. I mean, waffles/pancakes/oatmeal- it’s all just a means to get to the toppings 😉 Haha but for real- I love topping off waffles with some grass fed butter, blueberries, and maple syrup. Other alternatives would be some nut butter, banana, and ghee. Or just eat it plain because they’re so flavorful!

Other Paleo Breakfast Recipes:

Paleo Chunky Monkey Bars

paleo chunky monkey bars on a white plate

Paleo Zucchini Banana Bread Bites

Paleo Chocolate Donuts

Paleo Protein Bites

Hope you all enjoy this simple paleo blueberry waffle recipe!

Paleo Blueberry Waffle

Paleo Blueberry Waffles- made with simple ingredients, gluten free, and ready in less than 5 minutes. An easy, healthy breakfast. Perfect healthy meal prep option and a delicious healthy waffle recipe. #paleo #glutenfree #healthybreakfast

Paleo blueberry waffle with blueberries and butter on top on a white plate


3 eggs

2 bananas (mashed)

1/4 cup + 1 tbsp coconut flour 

1/2 tsp vanilla

1/2 tsp cinnamon

1/2 tsp baking powder

1/41/2 cup blueberries


  1. Heat a waffle maker on the medium heat setting
  2. In a bowl, whisk 3 eggs.
  3. Then add in 2 bananas that you’ve mashed, then the coconut flour, the spices, and the baking powder.
  4. Mix together then fold in the blueberries
  5. Spray your waffle iron with nonstick spray then add the batter in.
  6. Cook according to the waffle maker timer
  7. Makes 2 waffles
  8. Topped with grass fed butter, maple syrup, and more blueberries

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Paleo blueberry waffle with blueberries and butter on top on a white plate