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I'm sorry, but I have to comment on the last comment..... this recipe calls for .11 lbs of each flour,. .11 lbs = 1.76oz 2 oz = 1/4 cup which means the previous person put double the amount of flour in their recipe

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Christina M. December 21, 2014

Either something is missing from this recipe or the amount of the flours specified is wrong. If you follow the recipe, it turns into a dry dough, not batter!! The recipe calls for 50 grams each of coconut and almond flours. Normally flour is specified in a volume measurement, not a weight measurement like grams. But using grams and following the specified weight to volume indication on the respective packages of the two flours, the recipe translates into approximately 1/2 cup each of the two flours for a total of 1 cup of flour. 1 pkg of cream cheese, 3 tbsp of butter and 2 eggs are not nearly enough moisture for 1 cup of flour to create a batter. It is not even enough moisture for a dough!!! Since the result of the recipe was too dry to pour, I attempted to spoon the dough into the waffle iron. The messy result was 1 1/2 extremely dry waffles!!!

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jmalcolm001 May 24, 2014
Amazing Low Carb Waffles