If you are looking for a low-carb treat, these Oreo chaffles are for you! Not only are they sweet and reminiscent of the classic cookie, but they are keto-friendly as well. Perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth or an Oreo addiction!
This keto Oreo chaffle is much like any other chaffle recipe, except with a few tweaks. A basic chaffle recipe is usually savory, but this variation transforms them into a sweet dessert!
With the addition of a sugar-free substitute, cocoa powder, and sweet toppings, these chaffles are made into a creamy dish that will satisfy even the strongest craving.
Perfect for anyone on a low-carb diet, these chocolate Oreo chaffles are so decadent that no one would ever guess that they weren’t full of sugar!
They are deliciously chocolatey inside, and the creamy topping is very much like the cream filling in an Oreo cookie – without all the unneeded carbs.
Ingredients Needed For Oreo Chaffles
To make these Oreo chaffles, you will only need a few simple ingredients. Plus, you most likely already have them in your kitchen, too! Get together this handful of items to create an amazing Oreo dessert.
This recipe calls for mozzarella cheese since it is mild in flavor. This helps the savory not compete too much with the flavor of the chocolate. The cheese in chaffles is crucial, as it is what holds them together to make that waffle shape.
Eggs give these Oreo chaffles sustenance as well as fluffiness. Since eggs are a natural leavener, they help bulk up these chaffles into a substantial meal (or dessert).
The dry ingredients in this recipe are simply a sugar-free substitute and cocoa powder. Both of these elements are what help to transform these chaffles from a savory dish to a sweet treat.
Adding these ingredients to a traditional chaffle recipe gives all the satisfaction you’d expect while adding the extra surprise of curbing those sugar cravings.
The toppings in this recipe are what really bring these chaffles to the next level! For this recipe, we are going to be using cream cheese, whipped topping, and a sugar-free substitute. They really help these chaffles to become creamy, delicious, and very reminiscent of everyone’s favorite chocolate sandwich cookie.
Please note: Check out the recipe card at the bottom for a full list of ingredients used to make this low-carb recipe.
- Use a smoothie blender to get the smoothest chaffle batter.
- Make the topping ahead of time before starting the chaffles to make the process easier.
- If you want to make the chaffles faster, have two waffle makers going at once.
- Keep your chaffles in a warmed oven before assembling to keep them warm and ready to serve.
- To save on time, you can make these chaffles in large quantities and freeze them for later.
- For extra crispy chaffles, cook them for longer or toss them into the toaster for a minute or two after cooking.
How To Make Oreo Chaffles
This is an easy recipe to make if you are craving a sweet treat! They are perfect for any Oreo lovers and can be made quickly and even ahead of time. Before we get to the recipe card, here are some tips to help you along the way.
Mix The Ingredients
Start by preheating a mini waffle maker.
Next, add all of the chaffle ingredients into a blender. (Don’t add any of the topping ingredients, those are for later!) Then, blend everything until smooth and incorporated.
Cook The Chaffles
Once your batter is smooth, and the waffle maker has heated up fully, add a ¼ cup of the batter in intervals into the waffle maker.
Cook each chaffle for 3-4 minutes until cooked through.
Create Your Creamy Topping
You’ll have to rinse out your blender for this next step.
Add all the topping ingredients to the blender and mix until everything is fluffy and thoroughly incorporated together.
Assemble Oreo Chaffles
To assemble your Oreo-inspired chaffles, place one chaffle on a plate, and cover with the topping mixture. Then, add another chaffles on top. This creates a mini sandwich much like an Oreo cookie.
Serve immediately, or save the chaffles and creamy topping in the fridge for later. Make sure to keep everything separate and assemble when ready to eat.
What To Serve With Keto Oreo Chaffles
These sweet chaffles are perfect when served on their own as a dessert after dinner or a midday snack.
But, there are a few other ways that you can eat them to make them taste even better!
- Drizzle peanut butter over the top for a peanut butter oreo flavor.
- Serve them with some fresh fruit that is low in carbs and sugar.
- Eat them with a keto hot chocolate or coffee.
Frequently Asked Questions About Chocolate Oreo Chaffles
Before we get to the recipe card at the bottom of this post, here are some questions people often ask about it.
What does chaffle mean?
Chaffles are a type of waffle that has been made without flour. They are low-carb and use cheese in the place of the flour to hold everything together into a solid shape.
This is a perfect keto-friendly treat since they are low in carbs and high in fat!
How can I store Oreo chaffles?
You can store chaffles in the fridge for up to five days. They can even be frozen for up to 3 months.
Chaffles keep very well and can be reheated in a toaster oven or a toaster. This will also restore their crunchiness!
How can I make my chaffles less eggy?
If you feel like your chaffles just have too much of an eggy flavor, you can use only the egg white and leave out the yolk. This will help significantly to cut back on the unwanted flavor.
Other additives such as vanilla extract and a sweetener also help.
More Breakfast Recipes
If you enjoyed these keto Oreo chaffles, you should try these other tasty recipes. These are some of my go-to recipes that I make regularly!
- Best Keto Waffles are low-carb, cheesy chaffles that you can easily make in a hurry!
- Easy Rye Bread Chaffles go deliciously with savory meals or stand well all on their own.
- Keto Cinnamon Waffles With Pancake Mix are delicious and sweet waffles that are not only easy to make, but low in carbs.
- Almond Flour Waffles have a nutty flavor from the almond flour which also makes them keto-friendly.
- Keto French Toast Slices Or Sticks Recipe makes yummy slices of toast or French toasts sticks that are perfect for eating on the go.
Keto Oreo Chaffles
Recipe Video (Click on Image to Play)
For the chaffles:
- 1 cup Mozzarella cheese shredded
- 2 large eggs
- 2 tablespoons Swerve confectioners sugar substitute
- 2 tablespoons Unsweetened cocoa powder preferably black cocoa powder
For the topping:
- 3 ounces Cream cheese softened
- 3 tablespoons Heavy whipping cream
- 3 tablespoons Swerve confectioners sugar substitute
- Preheat a mini waffle maker.
- Add the ingredients for the chaffle to a small blender and puree smooth. A mixing bowl and whisk can also be used to combine the ingredients well.
- Place ¼ of the batter at a time into the mini waffle maker, and cook for 3-4 minutes each until done.
- Blend the ingredients for the topping together until smooth.
- Place the topping on each chaffle and serve individually or stacked on top of each other and cut into fourths.
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