Making a keto chaffle for breakfast is great! But, you can also have them with dinner as buns or lunch by making them into sandwich bread. The options are limitless and I show you how to make breakfast and dinner chaffles!
Preheat a mini waffle maker to medium/high heat. If you have a regular waffle maker you can double the cheese not the egg for a fuller waffle
combine all ingredients in a bowl for wither the breakfast chaffle or the chaffle bread
Spray waffle iron and add batter. Cook until steam slows down. Open iron and tap with a fork for crispiness. If the iron wa hot enough it will be crispy. If not crank the heat up a little to try to help it out.
Remove and serve immediately. Chaffle will get cold fast. Note, the sandwich chaffle bread wont be crispy at all regardless of heat level.
See notes below for helpful tips. If you love or hate this recipe I'd love your feedback by rating and leaving a comment. Thank you for your time!
Helpful Recipe Tips
Chaffle sandwich buns, in order to make bread the recipes are different. You can sub the coconut flour for almond in this recipe. Normally, that isn't the case but the flour is simply a bulk to give it a more bread-like feel.
Mine isn't crispy, this is simple just turn the heat up on your waffle iron.
They taste eggy, to help with the egg taste you'll need something just as strong in flavor or stronger. In the breakfast waffle you can use a stronger cheese like sharp cheddar instead of mozzarella. I used Mexican shredded in this recipe and loved it.
Amount Per Serving (1 breakfast chaffle)
Calories 277.5Calories from Fat 192
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat 11.6g73%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Keyword Keto Chaffle
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