Low Carb Chocolate Chaffle Recipe
A chaffle is a keto friendly waffle that is primarily made up of cheese and egg. That’s why it’s called a chaffle. Chocolate chaffles make the ideal breakfast when you want something sweet or perfect dessert when you have a chocolate craving up don’t want to mess with the hassle of making a keto dessert with lots of steps and ingredients. Chocolate chaffles can be made less than 5 minutes.
These chocolate chaffles mare made with cream cheese instead of mozzarella cheese. That way they don’t taste like sweet chocolatey cheese. Almond flour is added to give substance to the waffle. Chocolate chaffles are delicious topped with butter, whipped cream, nut butters, or sugar free syrups.
What is a Chocolate Chaffle?
A chocolate chaffle is a cream cheese waffle that is low carb and chocolate flavored. Chocolate chaffles are an easy keto dessert to make and taste great topped with whipped cream and sugar free chocolate syrup.
Electric Chaffle Waffle Maker
Chaffles require a waffle maker. A popular waffle maker is the mini waffle iron by Dash. They make a mini version that makes the best size for making chaffles.
Larger models of waffle makers can be used to make chaffles as well. The chaffle batter needs to be poured in the center of the waffle iron. You don’t need to spread out the waffle batter. The batter will spread on it’s own.
Is it Necessary to Spray the Waffle Iron with Oil?
There is no need to grease the waffle iron before cooking chaffles. Fat from the cheese provides enough grease to keep the chaffle from sticking to the waffle iron.
Chaffles can be meal prepped ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator or freezer. They can be reheated and crisped up in the toaster or oven.
To freeze chocolate chaffles, let them cool first. Then flash freeze each chaffle on a plate or pan in the freezer for 30 minutes. Store the chocolate chaffles in a freezer safe bag.
To reheat, insert in a toast, oven or toaster oven to heat through.
Is Chocolate Keto?
Chocolate is okay to have on the keto diet. As long as you are consume unsweetened chocolate or a chocolate that is sweetened with a sugar free alternative like monk fruit, stevia, or erythritol.
I recommend using a 100% unsweetened cocoa powder. These have the least amount of carbohydrates per serving.