Simple Keto Chaffles Recipe
If you’re looking for a simple low carb snack or breakfast, you need to make this keto chaffles recipe. Chaffles have taken the low carb and keto communities by storm this summer. They’re made with simple ingredients and are addicting!
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What are Chaffles?
Chaffles are simply cheese waffles made on a mini waffle maker. They’re about the size of a frozen waffle, the kind you might give your children.
Being small, they hold together well and are crispy. This means they are excellent for making a keto sandwich for any meal of the day. There are literally endless uses for chaffles!
Tool for making This Keto Chaffles Recipe
The best tool for making chaffles is a Dash Mini Waffle Maker. They come in many colors and are super affordable and ridiculously cute. Some kitchen gadgets cost a lot, but this one is very budget-friendly. Some have asked about using a larger waffle maker and while that is possible, the ratio is different, as is the cooking time and outcome.
Ingredients for this Keto Chaffles Recipe
- Shredded Cheese – you can use your preferred variety.
- An Egg
- Pinch of Salt
As usual, feel free to add in spices like Italian seasoning, garlic powder, curry powder, or smoked paprika.
Different cheeses will be better for savory vs. sweet. Stay tuned for a YGD recipe for sweet Chaffles.
Toppings for Chaffles
Have you ever been somewhere like Chipotle or Pieology? There are literally endless topping options for Chaffles!
- Roasted Vegetables and cheese
- Sour Cream and Onions
- Pizza Toppings
- Burrito Toppings
Chaffles for Kids
Since chaffles are small, they’re perfect for children. You could give topping options or use them for sandwiches. There are endless options and kids will love them. It is also a super easy recipe that children could make with some supervision while using the waffle iron.
Tips for making Low Carb Chaffles
When making this keto chaffles recipe, heat the mini waffle maker.
Beat the egg then add the cheese and a pinch of salt.
Pour half of the mixture into the waffle iron.
Close the mini waffle maker and cook for 2-3 minutes.
Let the chaffles cool on a wire rack. This allows them to become firm and crisp.
Option for extra crispy chaffles: Place 1 Tbsp of cheese directly on the waffle iron then add half of the egg/cheese mixture then add 1 more Tbsp of shredded cheese on top.
Once you’ve made your chaffles, if you don’t plan to eat them right away you could refrigerate them in an air-tight container for up to 2 days. They won’t be as crispy though. Simply reheat when you’re ready to eat them.
Can Chaffles be frozen?
Yes, chaffles can be frozen. Allow them to fully cool before freezing them. Store them in an air-tight bag or container. To thaw, simply microwave until heated through, or toast in a toaster oven.
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Simple Keto Chaffles
- 1 Egg
- 1/2 cup Shredded cheese
- Pinch Salt
- Preaheat your mini waffle maker.
- In a bowl, whisk your egg then add a pinch of salt and 1/2 cup of cheese.
- Once your mini waffle maker is heated, pour 1/2 of the batter on the waffle maker.*
- Allow the chaffle to cook for 2-3 minutes.
- Cook the other half of the batter to make your second chaffle.
- Set your chaffle on a wire rack for 2-3 minutes to allow it to firm up.