These extra crispy chaffles are perfect for dipping in soup, making sandwiches, or enjoying with a salad.
If you’re looking for savory low carb chaffle recipes, these quick and easy cheddar chaffles are a go-to served as a side dish or as bread substitute with just about any meal. I like to dip them in soup or even eat them for breakfast with a little cream cheese spread over top. Yum!
The key to extra crispy keto chaffles is in the CHEESE— sprinkle it all over the griddle before you pour your mixture in. Easy! You’ll also want to sprinkle the top with more cheese before closing the lid so that all sides of your chaffles get super crispy.
Mix all of your ingredients together in a small bowl. The base for this easy 3 ingredient keto waffle recipe is made up of just shredded cheddar cheese, almond flour and an egg. You can also add anything else to the mix to flavor it to your liking (garlic powder, onion powder, Italian seasoning, diced jalapeños, cayenne, etc.).
A Mini Waffle Maker Works Best For Chaffles
…and if you don’t have one, they are only about $10 bucks at Walmart (you can also find them on Amazon in a variety of colors).
Once the griddle is hot, sprinkle a little cheese directly onto the griddle. Pour half of your batter in and then sprinkle with more cheese; close the lid and cook until the automatic timer goes off. Repeat for next chaffle.
These savory & crispy keto cheddar chaffles are perfect for making sandwiches, dipping in soup, eating with a salad or served as a side dish with just about any meal. They are also incredibly quick and easy to make in your mini waffle maker with just 3 simple ingredients: almond flour, cheddar cheese and an egg.
- 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese (plus more for putting on the griddle)
- 1 tbsp almond flour
- 1 egg
Preheat your waffle maker (a mini waffle maker works best but any waffle maker will work).
In a small bowl, whisk together the cheese, almond flour and egg until well combined.
Once your waffle maker is hot, evenly sprinkle a little cheddar cheese directly onto the griddle.
Pour half of the chaffle batter in and then sprinkle the top with more cheese; close the lid and cook for 2-3 minutes or until the automatic timer goes off. Repeat for next chaffle.
Don’t forget to pin and save for later! 🙂