Chaffles are an amazing keto-friendly food that can be used for sandwiches, snacks and yes, even traditional waffles. This recipe doesn’t have cheese in it like many of the other chaffle recipes so you end up with a light and soft chaffle that is perfect for making sandwiches. The flavors are not overpowering so you can taste the filling of your sandwich and it’s soft like traditional bread.
You can also add flavorings to make it sweet. Our favorite is to add Swerve brown sugar, erythritol and cinnamon for a tasty breakfast chaffle. You can add extract flavors and erythritol or stevia for a cake type dessert. You will need to experiment with the additions and add according to your tastes.
Be careful adding any fruits such as strawberries or blueberries as they are too heavy for the batter and make it difficult to get the chaffle out of the mini-waffle maker without falling apart.
When we make the plain chaffles, we never make just two chaffles at a time. We usually make about 20 at a time and then refrigerate them to eat anytime we want to make a sandwich.