Keto Chocolate Chaffle Recipe
This Keto Chocolate Chaffle Recipe makes easy keto cheese waffles with a sweet, chocolatey, crispy texture to start the day on keto with only 2 grams of net carbs per serving.
Bonus, these chocolate keto chocolate waffles are also gluten-free and can be made nut-free.
What’s A Chaffle?
Chaffle means cheese-waffle. In fact, a chaffle is a low-carb waffle recipe made of egg and cheese, usually shredded mozzarella cheese.
Some recipes add a touch of keto flour for texture – it can be almond flour, coconut flour, or even sunflower seed flour.
You can also see different addons in chaffle recipes like butter, cream cheese, and sweetener to create a range of flavors and textures.
Most keto chaffle recipes are savory and sometimes sweet as they mimic wonderfully churros if flavored with cinnamon and dipped in keto sweeteners.
How To Make Chocolate Chaffles
A keto chocolate chaffle is a crispy chocolate waffle made of a few simple ingredients and minimal carbs.
It’s a wonderful breakfast or keto dessert to fix your sweet tooth with no guilt.
All you need to start making this keto chaffle chocolate recipe are:
- Large Egg – eggs are very much keto-friendly.
- Shredded cheese – the fun part with this chocolate chaffle is that you don’t actually need the cheese! Chaffles traditionally mean cheese waffle so you technically use cheese to add crispy texture to the waffle. But, if you want to make a softer chocolate waffle, skip it and make this dairy-free! Otherwise, for a crispy chaffle use a non-flavored cheese, hard mozzarella cheese, full-fat is the best option for a sweet chaffle recipe. It adds the crispy texture you need without the flavor of the cheese. Learn how to pick keto-friendly cheese.
- Unsweetened cocoa powder
- Erythritol – or any other low-carb crystal sweetener.
- Vanilla extract or vanilla monk fruit drops for an extra boost of sweetness.
- Melted butter
- Almond flour or coconut flour, or sunflower seed flour – you can use many different keto flours but not in the same amount! Please read the recipe card carefully to adjust the quantity depending on the low-carb flour you pick for the recipe.
Preparing the batter
In a mixing bowl, whisk all the liquid ingredients together: egg, vanilla, and melted butter. Then, whisk in dry ingredients and stir the cheese at the very end.
Baking in a mini waffle maker
You can bake chaffle in a regular waffle iron or mini waffle maker. A mini waffle maker is perfect to create small waffles and control your carbs per serving.
It means that with this recipe, you can form 3 mini keto waffles with 2 grams of net carbs each.
If you don’t feel like eating the entire recipe, you can freeze any leftover and eat only what match your keto macros.
A chaffle is always soft when out of the waffle maker!
You must let it cool down on a cooling rack to steam out the moisture and give the cheese time to harden and add the lovely crispiness to the waffle.
Serving Chocolate Chaffles
These chocolate chaffles are keto, low carb, and to keep your plate that way, you must add keto toppings on top. The most delicious are:
- Unsweetened whipped cream
- Keto fruits – 3-5 raspberries marry very well with chocolate.
- Keto chocolate chips – add them to the hot chaffle to let them melt and create a double chocolate flavor.
- Melted chocolate chips
- Chopped nuts or seeds – like almonds, peanuts, hemp seeds
- Unsweetened coconut – toasted coconut flakes are delicious with chocolate.
Once cooked, the chaffles are best eaten immediately.
But you can freeze them in an airtight container and thaw them in the fridge the day before.
Rewarm in a bread toaster or waffle maker to get some crispiness back.
If you are allergic to some of the ingredients, follow these instructions:
- Making it Nut-Free: replace the almond flour with coconut flour (1/3 of it).
- Making it Cheese-Free: skip the mozzarella altogether.
Unfortunately, you can’t make these chocolate chaffles egg-free.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Many Chaffles Can I Eat?
I recommend making mini chaffles rather than large chaffles. With this recipe, you will create 3 mini chaffles using a mini chaffle iron maker, and it will help you control your carbs per serving.
One mini chaffle contains 2 grams of net carbs, and the entire recipe with toppings makes a very fulfilling easy keto breakfast.
However, depending on your size and macros requirements, you may want to decrease to only 2 chaffles per meal.
How Do Chocolate Chaffles Taste?
This keto chocolate waffle tastes like any regular chocolate waffle.
There is no cheese flavor at all! The grated mozzarella adds a crispy texture to the waffle without adding carbs.
How Should I Bake Keto Chaffles?
A keto chaffle should be baked for 3 to 4 minutes max in a preheated waffle iron. If you overbake a keto chaffle, they get very dry, crunchy, and hard.
Can I Make Keto Vegan Chaffles?
No, you can’t! Vegan egg replacements wouldn’t hold the low-carb batter in this recipe.
Plus, vegan cheese is very high in carbs, flavorsome, and won’t deliver great results in chaffles.
More Sweet Keto Breakfast Recipes
If you love keto low carb waffle recipes, or simply a sweet keto breakfast, try some of the below as well!
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Keto Chocolate Chaffle Recipe
Preparation:Under 10 Minutes
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