Absolutely Scrumptious ‘Fried’ Chicken and Waffles ๐Ÿ—๐ŸŽฅ gluten free & keto


  1. Tanisha S. says:

    I’m a chicken and waffles fan. I’ve had it at various restaurants, but your recipe was ridiculously good! In my opinion, it’s better than REGULAR chicken and waffles… it must be the spices in mixed in with the pork rinds. I’m fairly new to keto and I feel like it was such a blessing to have found your website. My girls (10 and 13 years old) both said, “Mom, this is the best thing you’ve ever made!” Thank you Paola!!

  2. Melinda says:

    Hi Paola! First, I would like to thank you for your incredible recipes! I’m working my way through ALL of them and have LOVED. EVERY. ONE.!! Seriously!!
    I have a question on this Fried Chicken and Waffle recipe. When I am ready to roll the chicken into the almond flour, do I keep the sour cream marinade on the chicken, or do I scrape it off? I’m thinking, keep it on. I won’t be making this until tomorrow, so I hope you have time to answer. Again, THANK YOU for making keto even better!!

    • Paola says:

      Oh thats so awesome to hear Melinda!! Re your qs, I take off the excess (you want some for the almond flour to stick nicely, but not too much that it drips off). I think it will be more intuitive once you’re making it and you’ll know what I mean (I hope! explaining recipes can be hard ๐Ÿ˜‚!). xo!

  3. Just the images alone make this dish look so amazing, what a creative way to coat the chicken with pork rinds and then bake it for an easy mess free chicken and kitchen!!! superb recipe

  4. Kate says:

    I’m so freaking stoked about all these wonderful recipes…bless your heart and thank you so much! I don’t really like saying negative stuff, and if it weren’t for the huge difference (retired and on a ridiculously rigid budget)…I wouldn’t mention it. I don’t think I’m alone in this predicament, but if you don’t want it on here, I totally understand if its deleted. Netrition.com has the exact size and flavor of the Lakanto Maple Syrup for $7.49 (vs Amazon at $10.00). Thanks so much for all your hard work, and sharing these recipes… I’ve been low carb for 5+ years and had no idea how much I’ve been missing out on! ๐Ÿ˜€

    • Paola says:

      Hi Kate! I don’t see your comment as negative at all, if anything it’s super helpful! So thanks so much for letting me know as I was completely unaware of that site!

      I also link to amazon (full disclosure, as stated at the footer), because we receive an affiliate commission from purchases you guys make (a way to be able to keep the content free!).

      xo and so happy to hear you’re enjoying the recipes :)!

  5. Jess says:

    You always have the most outrageous keto recipes! LOVE YOU SO SO SO MUCH GNOM-GNOM!! Can’t wait to try this one!

    • Paola says:

      Hi Denise! The next best thing I’ve tried is actually roasted cauliflower rice (it’s not my top choice, but also works surprisingly well)! What you need to do is roast the cauliflower rice in a baking tray until golden and mostly dried out and simply sub it in for the pork rinds. You’ll just need to spray some oil before baking for a ‘fried’ finish. Hope this helps xo!

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