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I have tried several brands of Pork Rinds in this recipe.  What has worked best for me is the Dominguez brand, because they are lighter, fluffier and more consistent once ground than some of the other brands I have tried

3 C. Powdered Pork Rinds

4 Eggs

1 C. Whole Cream

4 Scoops Pure Stevia (= to 4 Tsp. Sugar) or to taste

1/2 Tsp Cinnamon

1 Tsp. Pure Vanilla

2 c. Water +/-

Crumble Pork rinds in a blender or food processor to make 3 cups ground.

Beat eggs well, and then mix with cream, stevia, cinnamon, vanilla and 1 cup of water.  Mix in ground pork rinds.  Allow to sit for 5-10 minutes.  Mixture will thicken. Add more water until the mixture becomes the consistency of waffle mix.

Pour into pre-heated waffle iron per the waffle iron instructions.  I can make 14 each 4″ square waffles with this recipe, but yours may differ depending on your waffle iron.  I then freeze them so they are convenient to use during the week.  Mine come out to 1/2 carb each waffle, but you should calculate out your own as carb counts differ among brands of all ingredients.


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