These Blueberry Chaffles are the perfect low carb breakfast or snack recipe! Great for keto meal prep and under 2 net carbs each!
These Blueberry Chaffles are the perfect keto breakfast or keto dessert! These low carb waffles taste exactly like a blueberry waffle- your family won’t be able to tell the difference. By taking the recipe for a Basic Chaffle but reducing the amount of mozzarella for more cream cheese, you’ve got yourself a nice, soft chaffle. If you prefer a crispier texture, pop into the Air Fryer or toaster.
This recipe is perfect for keto meal prep- these are super easy to freeze and reheat, making your mornings a breeze. These chaffles are also a super kid friendly recipe- pop one into the toaster and add your toppings and you’ve got a happy breakfast table!
While you may traditionally think of these keto waffles as a breakfast food, I also love them for an indulgent keto dessert. For a fun topping, try this Keto Frosting, Sugar Free Strawberry Sauce or your favorite sugar free syrup. The best part? One of these chaffles is only 1.8 net carbs!
Blueberry Chaffle Ingredients
As always, here is a quick overview of the ingredients used in our Blueberry Chaffle. For the complete recipe, just scroll to the bottom of the page.
- Eggs, size large
- Almond flour, Baking powder
- Mozzarella- shredded and Cream cheese- softened
- Sweetener- I used brown sugar monkfruit, but you can use your preferred sugar free sweetener
- Vanilla extract and Cinnamon
How to make a Blueberry Cream Cheese Chaffle
Preheat your waffle maker. Beat your eggs and add the rest of the ingredients and mix well. Spray your waffle maker with nonstick spray and add your mixture. I recommend filling until about 2/3rd of the way full, or about 1/8 of a cup. Cook until the steam stops coming out of the waffle maker- for me, this was about 5-6 minutes. Repeat with the remaining mixture. This does make a softer chaffle, but you can toast them or put them in the Air Fryer if you prefer a crispier texture.
How to eat chaffles
If you’re new to a keto diet or you’re expanding your keto recipes, you may not be familiar with chaffles. Chaffles are “waffles” that are made with cheese- they are very low in carbs while still providing you with a good amount of fat. These Blueberry Chaffles would be delicious with so many things- I even loved them plain! They are delicious with the Keto Frosting I used for these Cinnamon Twists, but you could also top them with Sugar Free Syrup and butter.
Chaffles aren’t just for dessert! I love to make savory chaffles, like this Keto Turkey Club Sandwich. A few other favorites include Keto BBQ Stacks, Keto Chili Cheese Chaffles, or a Keto Bacon Cheeseburger. If you like spice, try this Keto Jalapeno Popper Burger. Basically just replace bread with a chaffle, and you’ve saved yourself a ton of carbs!
For more ideas, check out this post for Everything You Should Know about Chaffles!
How to freeze chaffles
Allow the chaffles to completely cool off, then place them in a freezer bag (with parchment paper between each so they don’t stick together). These are best eaten within a month of being frozen, but they technically are fine for 6 months.
Are blueberries keto?
Blueberries are a great option for fruit on a keto diet! They are high in fiber while remaining low in carbs. They are also full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals! This only applies to fresh blueberries- dried berries tend to be high in sugar.
Keto Friendly Fruits
This recipe is fantastic for customizing to your personal tastes! Fruits like blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and kiwi can all be enjoyed on a keto diet, although in small amounts. Dried coconut is also a great option!
More keto chaffle recipes
- 3 eggs
- 1/4 cup almond flour
- 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella
- 4 ounces cream cheese softened
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 tablespoon sweetener I used brown sugar monk fruit, but you can use your favorite sugar-free sweetener
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/3 cup blueberries
- Preheat the waffle maker. In a medium sized bowl, beat the eggs until well scrambled
- Add all remaining ingredients and stir until well incorporated.
- Spray the inside of the waffle maker with oil. Fill the waffle maker 2/3rd full (a bit more than 1/8th cup of mixture), then cook until there is no remaining steam coming from the machine (about 5-6 minutes).
- Repeat with remaining mixture. Chaffles will be soft, but you can crisp them up in a toaster or air fryer if you prefer.