These Blueberry Keto Chaffles are absolutely out of this world! Enjoy this deliciously sweet yet surprisingly low carb dish as a meal, or as a keto-friendly snack! You can even make it ahead of time and freeze them for a quick breakfast.
If you’ve never tried a sweet chaffle recipe before, prepare to have happy tastebuds! Each bite is bursting with sweet and tangy blueberries, with a wonderfully cinnamon-y undertone. They’re so tasty you’ll hardly believe that they aren’t just regular waffles!
Chaffles are the one of the easiest low carb recipes you’ve ever had the pleasure of cooking up. They’re every bit as simple as making regular waffles, just with keto friendly ingredients.
Simply mix the ingredients together and pour them into a waffle maker. Seriously, that’s all there is to it!
If you’re looking for a keto waffle recipe, you’ve just struck gold. These keto chaffles are so good you’ll feel like you’re cheating on your low carb lifestyle. But rest assured, this tasty treat is 100% keto-friendly!
What are Chaffles made of?
If you’re new to the chaffles craze, these are a delicious keto waffle concoction that primarily consists of cheese, almond flour and eggs. Then you simply add the ingredient of your choosing to the mix, whether it be sweet or savory, and you’ve got a super tasty and low carb chaffle batter. Throw that batter into your trusty waffle maker and in minutes you’re ready to dig in!
Are Chaffles good for you?
Chaffles are most certainly good for you, especially if you are living a low carb or keto lifestyle! Since they are mostly cheese, they make a fantastic keto fat bomb while still having a very low carb count. The cheese and eggs give you a healthy dose of protein, and if you’re worried about the fat content, you can simply use a reduced fat cheese.
Being that this recipe is keto, you probably think you’re going to have to buy a bunch of specialty ingredients. But fear not! This takes only 6 simple ingredients – cheese, almond flour, blueberries, cinnamon, swerve and eggs. If anything, you might have to pick up some almond flour and Swerve, but they can easily be found in most every grocery stores these days.
How to Make Blueberry Keto Chaffles
This recipe is so incredibly easy to make that it hardly feels like cooking. You’ll spend just as much effort making the chaffles as you will gathering the ingredients, and the whole process will take you just 10-15 minutes!
1. Preheat your waffle maker. In a mixing bowl, combine all ingredients and mix well.
2. Using a non-stick spray, coat the waffle maker. Pour the batter into the waffle maker and close it.
3. When the chaffles are done cooking, carefully remove them from the waffle maker and add blueberries or the toppings of your choice!
Can You Freeze Chaffles?
Simply place your frozen chaffles into a freezer bag with a piece of parchment paper between each one to ensure they don’t freeze together. You can reheat them in the microwave, air fryer or the toaster.
That means you can easily meal prep a bunch of these chaffles and have them ready for you any time of the day by simply reheating them in the microwave or the air fryer. Quick and delicious!
Pro Tips and Tricks
- Spray. Ensure that you are spraying your waffle maker before adding the batter. The last thing you want to have to do is spend a bunch of time scraping stuck-on chaffle out of your waffle maker. Just a quick spray of non-stick spray and they should come out cleanly and effortlessly.
- Serving. The batter will make a total of 4 mini chaffles. Feel free to double up the recipe for more deliciously keto goodness!
- Measure. You can use an ice cream scoop for measurement. Each chaffle takes about ¼ cup of batter. Just make sure not to overfill the waffle maker.
- Waffle Maker. This recipe works best with a mini waffle maker, but you can get away with a standard sized waffle maker. You’ll just have to use 1 cup batter per chaffle. I personally used a Dash Mini Waffle Maker to make these chaffles.
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Keto Blueberry Chaffles
- Mini Waffle Maker
- 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
- 2 tbsp almond flour
- 3 tbsp blueberries
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 2 tsps swerve
- 2 eggs
- Heat waffle maker.
- In a bowl, combine all ingredients and mix well.
- Using a non-stick spray, coat waffle maker before placing batter inside.
- When chaffles are done, add blueberries or toppings of choice.
- The batter will make 4 mini chaffles, you can use an ice cream scoop for measurement or about ¼ cup. Just make sure not to overfill the waffle maker. Scoop 1 cup batter for Belgian style.
- To Freeze: Place your frozen chaffles into a freezer bag with a piece of parchment paper between each one to ensure they don’t freeze together. You can reheat them in the microwave, air fryer or the toaster.
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Comments & Reviews
U don’t say how long to cook them?
Each waffle maker is different – usually around 2 minutes.
Peg Daigneault says
How many make a serving?
Great instructions and tips, thanks for sharing! Just looking at these photos makes me hungry!