Maple Bacon Waffles

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Ross came home this weekend, which you have to understand is a rarity these days.  I had him for 36 whole hours, so we kicked back, saw a movie, had dinner with a friend, and just enjoyed each other’s company.  I never really imagined his civilian life would be this crazy–between the two of us we’ve been deployed five (yes, FIVE) times to either Iraq or Afghanistan, and never together.  I guess that made us a little cocky when he left the service…Oh, sure, business travel is NOTHING!


Yeah, well, it’s hard.  Really hard.  It’s only been six months and I think we have physically lived together here in Colorado for a grand total of 10 days.   I have  a profound new respect for road warriors and their families…please tell me how you do it!

Anyhow, if you know me at all, you know that I made for damned sure that even if my husband was only home for a short while that we’d eat well.  And eat well we did, my friends.  Starting with a hearty breakfast…


Yes, bacon waffles.  You’re oh, so welcome.


1/3 c Coconut Flour

1/2 t Salt

1/2 t Baking Soda

6 Eggs

3 T Grade B Maple Syrup

1 t Vanilla

3 Thick Slices Bacon, cut into lardons


Crisp the bacon in a frying pan, then set aside.

Beat together all other ingredients until you have a smooth batter.  Add the bacon and bacon grease.

Pour ladle-fulls onto a hot waffle iron.  Cook until golden brown.  Serve with butter and maple syrup.


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