As a lifelong cookbook fanatic, I have always been curious about how some cookbooks were able to include recipes that required minimal effort to make. This led me to the ingenious idea of “keto chaffles”–quick & easy, yet delicious, keto recipes that use little to no cooking time. This is a collection of recipes that I have been compiling & testing as I find them—I will be adding more as I try new recipes.

I’ve shared a few of my secret recipes on the blog, including one for Keto Chiffon Cake muffins, low carb peanut butter cookies, and Keto Chard Chips, and today’s recipe is another one I love to share.

If you want to help your body metabolize fat, ketosis is a good way to go. It’s a natural metabolic state that happens when you eat a diet that consists of low-carb, high-fat foods. Your body will turn fat into ketone bodies, which can be used as fuel instead of glucose. If you want to learn more about ketosis, here’s a simple explanation.

Keto is a stumbling block for many people.



Keto waffles, often known as “chaffles,” have swept the globe! This gluten-free keto chaffel dish uses eggs and almond flour as a foundation and is ideal for a variety of toppings. Do you have a hankering for some delicious chaffles? Toss in the ham and chives. Sweet chaffles, perhaps? Mix in the vanilla and cinnamon. The options are limitless. For your next Sunday breakfast, make some delectable chaffles.

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  1. Warm up your waffle iron.

  2. In a mixing dish, combine all of the ingredients (saving some of the butter to oil the waffle machine).

  3. Grease your waffle iron lightly with butter, then pour the batter evenly over the bottom plate, spreading it out slightly to get an equal outcome. Close the waffle iron and cook for 6 minutes, depending on the waffle machine you use.

  4. When you believe they’re done, gently raise the lid. They will readily release if they are cooked.

  5. Serve with a variety of toppings.