Since I already knew how much I loved blueberry bread and pancakes, I knew I had to create Blueberry Chaffles. Mouthwatering delicious with hints of juicy blueberries and cinnamon, these blueberry chaffles make a fantastic breakfast or keto treat.
Mouthwatering Blueberry Chaffles (Serve 3 Different Ways)
Juicy sweet blueberries give food such as keto-friendly bread and keto desserts an incredible naturally sweet flavor. I love the flavor of delicious blueberries. When the chaffles craze went bananas, a blueberry chaffle recipe was one of the first on my list to create. While I started with the traditional keto chaffle recipe, I went off course a bit to create a delicious blueberry chaffle with coconut flour that would be both low carb and incredibly tasty.
What are Chaffles?
I wrote a big chaffle post with lots of info that covered just about everything you’d want to know about the original chaffle recipe. Basically, you start with egg and cheese in a small bowl to make cheese waffles. Since then the original recipe has expanded beyond shredded cheese and eggs to include ingredients such as coconut flour (or almond flour) baking powder, sweetener of choice, and host of other ingredients.
Do Chaffles Taste Like Eggs?
I think it is hard to make a blanket statement when there are so many differences in opinions and variations of the traditional chaffle recipe. If you are particularly sensitive to the taste of eggs, I would suggest trying out chaffle specialty recipes like this one for blueberry chaffles that include more ingredients besides eggs and cheddar or mozzarella cheese
Can You Eat Blueberries on Keto?
Many fruits are too high in carbs for a keto diet; however; berries are low in carbs and high in fiber. One-fourth cup of blueberries is 21 calories and approx 4.3 net carbs, which means you can eat blueberries on a low carb diet in moderation.
Can I Use Frozen Blueberries in this Recipe?
While I tested this recipe with fresh blueberries, frozen should work just fine if you have those on hand instead.
What Sweetener Did You Use in this Blueberry Chaffle Recipe?
The longer I have eaten keto, the less sweetener it takes to satisfy me. For this recipe, I used two squirts of Pyure Liquid Sweetener. When you add either sugar-free maple syrup, whipped cream, or keto-friendly ice cream to eat with blueberry chaffles, you don’t need as much sweetener. If you don’t have a liquid sweetener, you can substitute 3/4 tsp of any other sweetener of your choice such as Lakanto Monkfruit or Swerve.
What kitchen appliance do I need to make Blueberry Chaffles?
Dash mini waffle might be the most popular small kitchen appliance on the planet right now. This mini waffle iron makes perfect 4-inch waffles, are quite affordable, and convenient. While you can use a regular waffle maker, almost all of the keto chaffle recipes you see online are for the Dash Mini Waffle maker, which makes one 4 inch chaffle at a time. If you don’t want to wait for the Dash Waffle Maker, check out best mini waffle makers for chaffles.
Most recipes you find for Chaffles, whether sweet or savory, make two four-inch chaffles.
If you have a big family like me, this waffle maker may be a better choice. For convenience sake, you can make four 3-inch chaffles at once.
Where Can I buy the Dash Mini Waffle Maker?
Amazon has several different Dash mini waffle makers available in various colors. Of course, you could look for one in stores such as TJMaxx, Kohl’s, Target, or Walmart but I’ve read that many are sold out.
Can I Use a Regular Waffle Maker?
Sure! You will likely need to adjust the amount of batter you use and the cooking time. Chaffles made on the Dash Mini Maker are usually golden brown in four minutes, but I have read that regular waffle makers can take longer.
I know it sounds crazy to use a batter with mozzarella cheese in sweet chaffles recipes, but you won’t be able to taste it.
Instead of adding blueberries to blueberry chaffle batter, I sprinkled them on top once I added the batter to the Dash Mini Waffle Maker.
Yum! All it takes is four minutes in the Mini Dash Maker for the chaffles or keto blueberry waffles to get nice and golden brown.
My favorite keto-friendly maple syrup is made by Lakanto. I’ve tried many different brands over the years, and have found this particular one to have the best flavor.
How to Serve Keto Blueberry Chaffles?
There are several different ways to serve Keto Blueberry Chaffles. My personal favorite is with a scoop of sugar-free, low carb vanilla ice cream. I also tested this recipe as a traditional blueberry keto waffle with sugar-free syrup and with sugar-free whipped topping. All three were delicious.
A dollop of sugar-free whipped cream on top of these blueberry chaffles adds a subtle and delicious sweetness.
More Chaffle Recipes:
- Chocolate Chip Chaffle Keto Recipe
- Highly Popular Traditional Keto Chaffle Recipe
- The Very Best Pizza Chaffle Recipe
- Maple Pumpkin Chaffle Keto Recipe
- Taco Chaffle Recipe
- Easy Peanut Butter Chaffle Recipe
- Blueberry Keto Chaffle with almond flour
How to Make Blueberry Chaffles:
Mouthwatering Blueberry Chaffles
- Turn on waffle or chaffle maker. I use the Dash Mini Waffle Maker. Grease lightly or use a cooking spray.
- In a small bowl, combine all ingredients except the blueberries
- Cover the dash mini waffle maker with 1/2 of the batter then sprinkle a couple of blueberries on top. Close the mini waffle maker and cook for 4 minutes. Remove the chaffle from the waffle maker carefully,
- Repeat the steps above.
- Serve with sugar-free maple syrup, whipped cream, or keto ice cream.