Savory Paleo Waffles with Poached Eggs and Hollandaise Sauce Mariel Lewis November 14, 2012 American, Baked Goods, Breakfast, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Low Sugar, Paleo, Poultry, Soy Free, Vegetarian 10 Comments Savory Waffles with Poached Eggs and Hollandaise Sauce. YUM! This is breakfast perfection. You will not regret making these...trust me. My husband and I devoured the 4 waffles the recipe yields. We are huge breakfast fans and this little creation blew our minds. It was paleo-licious. I will continue to post holiday recipes, as I promised on my last post, Paleo Chocolate n' Espresso Truffles, but I just thought a middle-of-the-week breakfast post wouldn't hurt anyone ;). So don't you worry, I'll have all sorts of Thanksgiving and Christmas dishes coming very soon. I love the holidays and there is nothing better than being well prepared (food-wise) for them, don't you think?! Be sure to visit Amazing Paleo often, you won't want to miss what's coming! Get the full recipe here! 10 Responses Sebastien Noel November 18, 2012 This is a delicious breakfast treat. It will keep you going for the rest of the day not to mention it is also healthy. Mariel Lewis November 2, 2013 Thanks Sebastian! Yeah, they ARE healthy….real, whole foods are always best! 😉 Priscilla January 4, 2013 Hola Mariel! Soy nueva a paleo diet y quisiera saber si refined or unrefined coconut oil Es mejor? Tambien si Es possible que escribieras lo que son tus comidas cada 2-3 horas para darnos una idea de tu diario porcionesy tipos de comidas. Example; 7am- 9am- Gracias ! Mariel Lewis November 2, 2013 Unrefined es mejor, porque asi el aceite es mas natural. En cuanto a mis comidas…trato de comer cada 3 horas y cada comida consiste de: vegetales/fruta, un poco de proteina y un poco de “healthy fats” (como aguacate, nueces, aceites, etc). Tu tienes que ver que funciona para tu cuerpo…cada persona es distinta y requiere diferentes cantidades de nutrientes de acuerdo a su estilo de vida. 😉 SUERTE! David Williams January 4, 2013 Hi, I had a quick question about the eggs – are you using whole eggs in the waffle recipes or just the whites? I notice the waffles in the pictures are a bit lighter than the ones I made. Thanks! Mariel Lewis January 4, 2013 Hi David! I used the entire egg, including the yolk. You have to include the yolk for the waffles to maintain thier consistency. 😉 MJ Krech January 14, 2013 Simply wonderful! Thank you for such a great recipe! Big hit at my house this weekend for Sunday morning breakfast! Mariel Lewis November 2, 2013 Awesome to hear! Thanks for the comment, MJ 😉 DivaHick February 7, 2013 Question: Do you think you could freeze these into toaster waffles? Mariel Lewis February 9, 2013 Hi! I have never tried doing that before, but I dont see why it wouldn’t work. Try it and let me know how it goes.