Savory Kelp Waffle Recipe with Lily Feeds You

Savory Kelp Waffle Recipe with Lily Feeds You

Did you say SAVORY WAFFLE? Surely did, and it's our new favorite thing. Savory breakfast fans and/or waffle fans and everyone in between should give this recipe a go. Heat up those waffle irons, this recipe from @lilyfeedsyou is tasty and nourishing!

Lily Feeds You x Atlantic Sea Farms Savory Kelp Waffles

(Servings: Makes 4 waffles) 

Gluten Free, Grain-Free


-2 eggs

-1/2 cup unsweetened milk of your choice

-1/4 tsp salt

-1/4 cup + 1 tbsp almond flour

-2 tsp baking powder

-1 packet of Atlantic Sea Farms Ready-Cut Kelp, drained & rinsed

-1 heaping tbsp chopped chives, plus more for topping

-1 tbsp toasted sesame seeds, plus more for topping

-Pinch of red pepper flakes

-Coconut oil

-Optional: Butter or vegan butter


-Plug in waffle iron & allow time to warm up.

-In a mixing bowl, crack & whisk eggs.

-Add the unsweetened milk, salt, almond flour, baking powder, kelp, chives, sesame seeds, & a pinch of red pepper flakes to the same bowl & mix evenly, no lumps!

-Coat your waffle iron with coconut oil to avoid sticking & pour batter in evenly.

-Cook waffles until your desired crispness, which will vary depending on waffle maker.

-Remove from waffle iron, coat with butter or vegan butter if desired, top with extra chopped chives & toasted sesame seeds, & enjoy!


**These waffles taste great on their own but also go well with a massaged kale salad with sesame oil, a fried egg, or fermented seaweed salad on top.

**These can be refrigerated & reheated, best within 3-4 days. They can also be frozen, but best within 1-2 weeks. Allowing the frozen waffles to thaw in the refrigerator, then reheating at a low temperature in the oven is recommended for crispness.