Do you miss the satisfying tang of a good sourdough bread? Never fear, Sourdough Keto Chaffles are here! This easy peasy keto chaffle recipe is the perfect balance of savory and tanginess, making them my new pick for favorite chaffle!
Easy to make and perfect for keto chaffle sandwiches, chaffle pizzas, or just snacking, you can have some Sourdough Chaffle-y goodness in just a few minutes! Ready to make these amazing chaffles with almond flour? Read on!
What is A Chaffle?
Chaffles, which stands for CHeese and wAFFLE (CHAFFLE), is a golden brown waffle-shaped disc of goodness. They’re are a bunch of different ways to make them, but I think this is the best chaffle recipe! They’re typically cooked in a Dash mini waffle maker, but you can use another waffle maker, but you may have to adjust the quantity of batter to get them to turn out full.
Of course I’m biased, but it’s not eggy tasting, has a bit more substance thanks to a wee bit of almond flour, and they have that lovely tang that gives them so much flavor.
What You Need To Make This Keto Chaffle Recipe
- Dash mini waffle maker or another waffle maker
- Mixing bowl – I love these stackable mixing bowls. They’re soo handy!
- Measuring spoons
- Measuring cup
- Fork or whisk
- Mixing spoon
Ingredients Needed to Make Easy Keto Chaffles
- Mozzarella cheese – or another mild and melty cheese
- Almond flour
- Sour cream
How To Make The Best Chaffle Recipe
- Start by preheating your chaffle maker (mini waffle maker) as per the manufacturer’s instructions.
- I find it helps to use a bit of cooking spray or oil to help those golden-brown chaffles release more easily.
- Add the egg whites to a bowl and whip with a fork until frothy. Add the remaining ingredients and mix well.
- Add half the chaffle batter to the chaffle maker and close the lid, cooking it for about 4-5 minutes or until the chaffle is golden brown and releases easily.
Chef Jenn’s Tips For Making This Keto Chaffle Recipe
- Because of the sour cream, these aren’t the crispiest chaffles out there. They do, however, make a tasty chaffle sandwich and hold up to whatever else you might put on them.
- Mix up the cheese – try havarti, gouda, Monterey Jack, or another mild cheese that melts well.
- Use a full-fat sour cream for the best results.
- Put the chaffle maker on top of a plate because it will likely ooze out some while cooking.
How to Serve Chaffles
Chaffle sandwiches are perfect for lunch, top them with bacon and egg for a tasty breakfast, use them as a taco shell, or just snack on them! I also love a toasty chaffle next to a hearty bowl of soup. Or, spread them with this tasty onion dip for a tasty snack. Also be sure to try these keto vegetable waffles.
Can You Freeze Chaffles?
Yes! You sure can! Wrap cooled chaffles in plastic wrap and then a layer of foil or pop them into a freezer-safe zipper-top bag and freeze for up to three months.
To reheat chaffles, pop them in the microwave for about 20 seconds to thaw them. Then, I find it best to re-toast them in the chaffle maker.
Yes! Eggs, cheese, sour cream and a touch of almond flour go into these chaffles, and those are all keto-friendly ingredients!
Yes! Just cook the batter in a non-stick skillet until golden brown.
Yes, you can! I prefer them with a bit of almond flour as they have a bit more texture and substance.
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How To Make Chaffles Step By Step Images
- 2 egg whites
- 1/2 cup mozzarella
- 2 tbsp almond flour
- 2 tbsp sour cream
- Use a fork or whisk and whip the egg whites until frothy.
- Add the remaining ingredients and mix well.
- Spray both sides of the chaffle maker with cooking spray or oil. This is optional but will help keep them from sticking.
- Pour half the batter into a pre-heated chaffle maker and close the lid (don’t lock it).
- Cook for about 4-5 minutes or until the chaffle is golden brown and releases easily.
- Repeat and enjoy!
A Note on Nutritional Information
Nutritional information for this recipe is provided as a courtesy and is calculated based on available online ingredient information. It is only an approximate value. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site cannot be guaranteed. Erythritol carbs (sugar substitutes) are not included in the carbohydrate counts as they have been shown not to impact blood sugar, and they have zero calories and zero carbs. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.
Chaffles are perfect for keto breakfast, and they pair perfectly with a hearty keto chowder. Other tasty keto picks include this meaty keto parmigiana, my famous keto cauliflower recipe, and this eggy pick for keto snacks.