Quick & Easy Cream Cheese Waffles

Cream Cheese Waffles

You know sometimes my hubby and I like to have breakfast for dinner. Last night we had cream cheese waffles after Sharon, a member of our Facebook group, shared a picture of the ones she made! They looked so delicious I just had to make them! You aren’t going to believe how easy they are! You’re going to want to whip up a batch or two for your own family!

Quick & Easy Cream Cheese Waffles
Serves: 3
  • 6 ounces softened cream cheese (12 TBSP)
  • 6 eggs
  • 2 packets Stevia
  1. Preheat waffle maker.
  2. Whip all ingredients together with a hand mixer.
  3. Pour into measuring cup for easy pouring.
  4. Pour ⅓ to ½ the mixture (depending on the size of your iron) into your waffle maker.
  5. Bake until sizzling stops or as indicated on your iron as ready.
  6. Serve immediately with lots of butter and sugar-free Mrs. Butterworth's syrup
  1. Add a small amount of bacon bits to the inside portion of the waffle batter before closing lid.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: ⅓ of Recipe Calories: 247 Fat: 16 Carbohydrates: 5 Fiber: 0 Protein: 15

These waffles, made as either regular or Belgian waffles, depending on the waffle iron you have, are so easy to make you won’t hesitate to make them often! You don’t have to worry about having CarbQuik or any other flour in the house!

Olaf Waffle Maker

If you really want that type of waffle you can find lots of waffle recipes in my previous roundup but I guarantee you even the pickiest kids love these especially when made up as Mickey Mouse, Minnie  or Olaf… straight out of Frozen!

That’s all the skinny on certified low-carb delicious cream cheese waffles! If you found this useful, helpful or entertaining please give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends! In the meantime, ciao for now!

Ciao for NOW! ~Marge Burkell

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8 thoughts on “Quick & Easy Cream Cheese Waffles

  1. My grandkids refer to these as “Grandma’s Special Waffles” (or pancakes). I add a tsp. or so of cinnamon to my mixture for extra flavor.

    • Hi Deb!
      That sounds YUMMY! No wonder they love them! Thanks for sharing!
      I also like to put a tiny (so as to not water down the batter to much) bit of any
      sugar-free syrup sometimes!

      Enjoy having you in our Facebook group! Just realized where you live… we are friends
      with a couple that’s family name is your hometown! That’s because they founded Findlay!

      Thanks again for sharing!

  2. Marge,
    Do you have the carb counts on these waffles?? They look terrific! I am going to make them for dinner with some bacon tonight. Thanks again.

    • Thank you for pointing that out to me! I didn’t realize that it wasn’t included
      in my recipe. It will, of course depend on how big a waffle you make, if you get
      three out of the batter it will be 5 carbs each. Michael and I enjoy these at least
      once a week! I hope you love them just as much! ~Marge

  3. I just made these, and they are delicious! I only added 4 eggs instead of 6. I also added a tiny dash of vanilla extract and a dash of cinnamon. As a test, I added sugar free chocolate chips inione of them, and it was heavenly! They tasted exactly like French toast. I topped the ones without chocolate chips with sugar free syrup, and I topped the chocolate chip waffle with some whipped cream. Yummy! They didn’t crisp up like a regular waffle, but they were very good nonetheless. I will definitely be making these again.

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