The chaffle is the next big high-fat, high-protein bread alternative to hit the keto diet scene. Unlike the viral fathead dough, the chaffle recipe takes only minutes to prepare, making it the preferred choice for keto bread.
The original keto chaffle is a savory waffle, made from a simple recipe that combines two simple ingredients, egg, and shredded cheese. The chaffle is crisp and light with a subtle eggy, cheesy flavor.
The chaffle recipe works best with a Dash Mini Waffle Maker, for its ease of use and compact design. This recipe will make two four-inch chaffles.
Plug the Dash Mini Waffle Maker in. Allow the waffle iron to warm. When the light goes off, it is ready for use.
In a small bowl, whisk together the egg and shredded cheese.
Sprinkle a little bit of shredded cheese in the waffle iron (to create crisper edges) and then proceed to spoon half of the batter into the waffle maker, and close the top.
Cook the chaffle for 3 minutes. Do not open the waffle maker to check on the chaffle or you will risk tearing it.
Carefully remove the chaffle to a plate. The chaffle will feel soft but will become crisp as it cools.
Follow the same steps to make the second chaffle. Enjoy your chaffle as is or use to make a sandwich.
The traditional chaffle keto recipe consists of two simple ingredients, egg, and shredded cheese. However, there are many variations of the chaffle if you'd like to live life to your tastes.
Indulge in garlic bread chaffles! This savory keto snack couldn't be easier to prepare. Simply whip up chaffles using your waffle maker, and coat with rich, garlic butter followed by Parmesan cheese. Bake in the oven until cheese is melty.
Unlike the traditional savory chaffle, the Oreo keto waffle does not contain any cheese. The Oreo keto waffle consists of simple ingredients, such as egg, heavy cream, unsweetened cocoa, coconut flour, baking powder, vanilla, and your choice of sugar-free sweetener.
Sandwich your Oreo keto waffles with a keto-friendly frosting, or sugar-free whipped cream for a decadent dessert.
Cinnamon roll chaffles are incredibly easy to prepare! Sweeten your chaffles with your preferred choice of zero-calorie sweetener, and some spice with a dash of cinnamon. Enjoy your sweetened chaffles with a drizzle of monkfruit maple syrup.