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It’s been a long time, but I’m back with a chaffle recipe for you guys! This blueberry chaffle is a great change up from my original recipe!

If you want to learn more about chaffles, I encourage you to start here.

I wrote a very detailed guide on chaffles from what they are, to how to make them, to which waffle irons come out ahead!

If you’re a chaffle pro, let’s talk about this epic version.

How to make the best blueberry chaffle

Fruit and waffles go together hand-in-hand. For keto, and low-carb dieters, blueberries are a great snack.

They don’t cause a huge blood sugar spike, and they’ve got lots of fiber, vitamins and minerals.

I love blueberries, because when you cook them, the natural sugars come out, making a nice jam. That’s why this chaffle is so wonderful!

Once you mix all of the ingredients together, you’ll stir in some blueberries. When they cook on your waffle iron, it incorporates so nicely with the rest of the chaffle.

See for yourself.

Blueberry chaffle on a plate.

Get the recipe below, and be sure to pin it for later! Leave me a comment if you try the blueberry version.

And don’t forget to pin the recipe for later!

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Blueberry Chaffles


  • Author: Mila Clarke Buckley
  • Prep Time: 2 minutes
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 7 minutes

Description

A yummy blueberry breakfast chaffle. Friendly to those watching carbohydrates.


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Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon of almond flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 shake of cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 cup mozzarella cheese (full fat, skim or nonfat will work depending on your preferences).
  • 1/4 cup blueberries 

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, mix together, egg and vanilla extract.
  2. Mix in baking powderalmond flour, and cinnamon.
  3. Lastly, add in the mozzarella cheese and coat it evenly with the mixture. 
  4. Carefully fold in your blueberries 
  5. Spray your waffle maker with oil and let it heat up to its highest setting.
  6. Cook the waffle, checking on it every 5 minutes until it gets crunchy and golden. A tip: Make sure you put in half of your batter. The waffle maker can overflow, making it a messy process. I suggest putting down a silpat mat for an easy clean up.
  7. Take it out carefully, and top it with butter, and your favorite low-carb syrup.
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Baking
  • Cuisine: Keto

Keywords: Chaffle, keto chaffle, blueberry chaffle, sweet chaffle, almond flour chaffle

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11 Responses

    1. Yes! They are a bit higher than plain chaffles because of the added blueberries.

      Serving Size 1 chaffle
      Serves 2
      Calories 248

      Total Fat 15.6g
      Cholesterol 137.2mg
      Sodium 391.6mg
      Total Carbohydrate 8.4g
      Dietary Fiber 1.4g
      Sugars 2.9g
      Protein 16.3g
      Vitamin A 141µg
      Vitamin C 1.8mg

  1. Such an awesome spin on traditional chaffles that I’ve seen! Blueberries make everything better, so this is perfect for when I’m being extra cautious with my diet!

  2. Have you ever made a chaffle with chevre? Or does it need to be a shred-able cheese for texture’s sake? I bet this would be BOMB with a goat cheese!

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