If you are looking for the best, easy keto chaffle recipes, you are in the right place! Low Carb Inspirations is a great resource for low carb sweet chaffles, savory chaffles, breakfast chaffles and more. When I started my low carb eating journey, the thought of giving up bread overwhelmed me. However, I learned that recipes like 90 second bread and chaffles allowed me to get my bread fix without wrecking my diet. Whew!
Chaffles are SUPER versatile because you can easily add toppings that suit your tastes! Everything you need to know about the Keto Chaffle Craze can be found below. If you still have questions, send me a message or note. I love to help!
Our new Keto Chaffle Recipes Cookbook offers over 50+ low carb sweet chaffle recipes, savory chaffles, breakfast chaffle recipes, and more!
Find all of the best keto chaffle recipes, with new recipes being created daily. There are sweet and savory recipes for every flavor palate.
In addition, some of our favorite recipes included in the cookbook are:
Another great resource for all things chaffle is the Keto Chaffle Recipes private Facebook group. Check it out because we share all sorts of tips and tricks that you won’t want to miss!
At first glance, you may wonder, what is a chaffle made of? Chaffles are made of two basic ingredients – cheese and eggs. So, why is it called a chaffle? Chaffle = cheese and egg waffle. In other words, chaffles are keto waffles with endless topping possibilities!
There are both sweet chaffles and savory chaffles recipes, and some even incorporate almond flour for a more bread-like texture.
I love the Dash Mini Waffle Maker, I use it all of the time! The Dash Mini Waffle maker heats up quickly, is non-stick for easy clean up, and its compact size doesn’t take up a lot of room in my kitchen, perfect for making easy keto waffles! Best of all – it costs less than $15.
Can you use a regular waffle maker to make chaffles? Yes, but the recipe needs to be doubled (in most cases).
Yes, chaffles can be frozen! Simply place them in a freezer bag or an airtight container with a layer of parchment paper in between each chaffle to keep them from sticking. Chaffles can be frozen for up to a month – I haven’t tested any longer than that.
Yes, chaffles can be reheated in several different ways. If you aren’t concerned with crispiness, using the microwave to reheat chaffles is easy. Reheating chaffles in an air fryer, toaster or your waffle maker will keep the chaffles crisp and fresh tasting.
If you do not want to freeze them, chaffles can be stored in the refrigerator for 3-5 days. Look for specific tips for how to store chaffles on each of the chaffle recipe pages!