Keto waffles or "chaffles" have taken the world by a storm! This gluten-free keto chaffel recipe is made with eggs and almond flour and is the perfect base for creative toppings. Craving savory chaffles? Add ham and chives. Sweet chaffles? Add vanilla and cinnamon. The possibilities are endless. Whip up some delicious chaffles for your next Sunday brunch.
- 1 oz. 28 g butter, melted
- 4 4 large egglarge eggs
- 2 cups (8 oz.) 475 ml (220 g) mozzarella cheese, shredded
- ¼ cup (1 oz.) 60 ml (28 g) almond flour
- 1 pinch 1 pinch salt (optional)
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Making low carb simple
- Pre-heat your waffle maker.
- Place all of your ingredients (save some of the butter to grease the waffle maker) into a mixing bowl and beat to combine.
- Lightly grease your waffle iron with butter and then evenly spoon the mixture over the bottom plate, spreading it out slightly to get an even result. Close the waffle iron and cook for approx 6 minutes, depending on your waffle maker.
- Gently lift the lid when you think they’re done. If they are cooked, they will release easily.
- Serve with your favourite toppings.
You can find the full nutrition information by clicking the Nutrition+ tab under the list of ingredients.
Chaffles are usually cooked on a little mini waffle maker (Dash is one brand). You can see a sample in the video. If you have a larger traditional waffle maker, you may prefer one of our waffle recipes instead.
Our nutrition information is always listed per serving.
That's great! If you don't come up with another use, these would freeze well for the next time you have burgers. You can also try our pizza chaffle recipe, or top these like a pizza and bake or broil.
Generally, 1 Serving will yield 2 dash sized chaffles.
You may have luck dropping them into thin circles in a frying pan and then flipping once the bottom side is thoroughly cooked. If you'd prefer to swap out the meal entirely, you can do so! There is a step by step guide to the meal planner in our help center.
It may work better to make the chaffles and then save them in the refrigerator until you're ready to eat them. Alternatively, you can use the drop down menu above the list of ingredients to make fewer servings in the first place.
"Dash" is a brand of mini waffle maker. They are 4" in diameter.
Yes! You can simply thaw and toast them later!
Thank you for your feedback. Most recipes follow standard recipe convention and food safety - they will be good in the refrigerator for 3 - 5 days or 2 - 3 months in a freezer. Mostly it's just sauces with a lot of dairy that don't freeze/thaw well.
This's mean how much carbohydrates in the meal, right?
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The 2g indicates the number of net carbs per serving.
Awesome, Diana! Yes, I love my mini waffle maker. Makes it so easy!
Hi, Sheryl! You may be able to use coconut flour instead, but the ratios will be different. However, you can also try simply omitting the flour altogether. When I make chaffles, I simply use eggs, cheese, and salt, and they turn out great!
Hi, Kim! This will vary based on the brands/ingredients that you use. You may want to try something like the USDA Food Database to look up your ingredients. https://fdc.nal.usda.gov/