Cook up the flavor of your childhood - a Wonder Bread chaffle tastes just like fluffy white bread! Make and enjoy bread on a keto diet.
If you miss bread on the low-carb diet, then you are really going to love this recipe!
Have you ever made a chaffle before? The name chaffle comes from combining the two main ingredients - cheese and eggs - and making them on a waffle maker.
There are a bunch of different ways to make chaffles, including using cream cheese or cheddar cheese.
This time, I decided to totally make up my own chaffle recipe - without any cheese! The result is a light and fluffy waffle that tastes a lot like white bread.
In fact, I think it reminds me of Wonder Bread that I ate when I was a child. It has an absolutely delicious taste and a delightfully light and fluffy texture.
Why you'll love it
There are so many different ways you can eat this basic chaffle bread. My favorite way is to have a few pieces of keto-friendly sandwich bread. Now I can enjoy all my favorite sandwiches on the keto diet.
Making sandwiches is finally not off-limits on a low-carb diet! You just have to use these chaffles as the bread slices.
Are you ready to find out how to make a keto Wonder Bread chaffle? Grab your waffle maker and cook some of the best chaffles you have ever tasted!
There are just a few simple ingredients in this wonder bread chaffle recipe.
To keep the recipe gluten-free, I used almond flour. This also keeps the carbs low enough to fit in with a ketogenic diet.
Remember to use almond flour, not almond meal. Almond meal is basically ground up almonds, skins, and all. It will make the Wonder Bread chaffle have a grainy texture.
The eggs are very important. They are the emulsifier and keep all the ingredients together!
Baking powder will give the Wonder Bread chaffle a light and fluffy texture.
I added a splash of water because it broke up the ingredients a bit and kept one ingredient from sticking out too much.
Some people use sour cream in their recipes, but I like the mild taste of mayonnaise.
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 mini waffle maker. To get the best consistency, I suggest cooking the wonder bread chaffle on a mini waffle iron.
- Double the recipe. If you need to make more than four pieces of keto wonder bread, I suggest doubling the recipe.
- Make your own mayonnaise. This is the best way to know exactly what is in it. Plus, homemade mayo is simple to make.
Keto wonder bread chaffle is incredibly easy to make. If you have ever made boxed pancakes or waffles before, then you can make these.
After just a few minutes, you will have some delicious Wonder Bread keto chaffles to enjoy. In fact, they are so easy that you can just make them fresh whenever you are craving a sandwich.
Prepare the waffle maker
Preheat the mini waffle maker. If you need to, add some non-stick spray. I prefer to use an avocado oil spray.
Make the wonder bread batter
Add the ingredients to a mixing bowl, and whisk well to combine.
Cook the keto wonder bread chaffle
Place ¼ of the batter into the mini waffle iron, and cook to your liking.
Keep making chaffles until you use up all the batter.
️ Serving suggestions
You can enjoy a wonder bread chaffle for lunch or breakfast. They are incredibly versatile!
If you want to eat them for breakfast, top them with sugar-free syrup. Then eat them with your favorite keto breakfast casserole. You can even enjoy some fresh fruit on the side.
Or, use these chaffles in place of white bread. Make some cucumber sandwiches with them!
You can even use them as a pizza crust and make a delicious pizza chaffle.
Don't forget to save them and reheat them in a toaster oven. That will save you time later too.
There are so many different ways to make keto bread. Top them with Everything Bagel seasoning for some extra flavor.
You can even flavor these bread chaffles with a little bit of vanilla extract for a tad more flavor.
Try to toast your white bread keto chaffle and top with cheese and lunch meat. This is a delicious and hot sandwich.
Or, make dessert chaffles - add a little sweetener to the batter and then top the cooked chaffles with some sugar-free chocolate syrup.
Before I get to this easy keto waffle recipe, here are some questions people often ask about how to make them. If you don't see your question in this list, please leave it in the comments.
I would not suggest using coconut flour in this recipe. It will change the texture and make it drier.
No, a regular-sized waffle iron won't work as well. Instead, I suggest using a dash mini waffle maker because it cooks it quickly and evenly.
They are if you use keto sandwich bread. Just look at the net carbs and make sure it fits in with your macros.
Nope, these chaffles taste just like Wonder Bread. They are light and have a mild flavor.
Place the chaffles on a baking sheet in a single layer and place the baking sheet in the freezer. Once the chaffles are completely frozen, place them in a freezer-safe food storage bag, and separate each chaffle with a piece of parchment paper.
If you enjoyed this keto Wonder Bread chaffle recipe, then here are some more easy keto breads you should try next. They are some of my favorite keto chaffle recipes of all time!
- Keto Cinnamon Waffles with Pancake Mix are an easy and delicious breakfast idea that everyone enjoys.
- Keto Rye Bread Chaffles Recipe has an incredible earthy flavor and tastes amazing with some sauerkraut and roast beef.
- Easy Chaffles Recipe is one of the most basic recipes of all time - it only has four ingredients and tastes amazing too!
- Easy Oreo Chaffles look like giant cookies, but they only have 2 grams of net carbs in each one.
- Pizza Chaffle is a simple way to make a single serving of pizza when you are rushed and still want to stay within your macros.
Keto Wonder Bread Chaffle
- Preheat the mini waffle maker.
- Add the ingredients to a mixing bowl, and whisk well to combine.
- Place ¼ of the batter into the mini waffle maker, and cook to your liking.
- Repeat step 3 until four chaffles have been made.
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