Warm cinnamon, sweet and tart apple, and creamy whipped topping make these Keto Apple Pie Chaffles a delightful dessert that you’re sure to make again and again!
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Keto Apple Pie Chaffles
There is nothing more American than Apple Pie, right? But sometimes, no matter how patriotic you may be, it just doesn’t make sense to go through the whole process of making an apple pie. Thats where this Keto Apple Pie Chaffle comes in! A few ingredients and a few minutes and TA-DA, you’ve got an apple pie! This keto apple pie chaffle is Goldie-Locks-sweet, not too sweet, but not unsweet. Of course, you can always modify the recipe if desired, but if you’re looking for something to satisfy your sweet tooth without being overbearing, this keto apple pie chaffle is your best bet!
Apple Pie is a flavor that so many have loved for so long because of its perfect pairing of sweetness and warmth. This keto apple pie chaffle has all of that, but with the convenience and ease of a chaffle!
What Is A Chaffle?
Chaffles are incredibly popular in the keto community these days, and for good reason. They are amazingly simple to make, taste awesome, and can be used for just about anything.
Both kinds of chaffles are made in the same basic ways, but the ingredients and uses will be a bit different.
The traditional chaffle is made with cheese and egg. This is how the name “chaffle” came about. It is essentially a cheese waffle. Traditional chaffles are mostly used as sandwich bread, but they have other uses as well. For instance, we used one as a pizza crust and it worked out perfectly or keto taco chaffles!
This white bread chaffle is very similar to a traditional chaffle, but it is a bit more like regular bread than a chaffle. It also is not as cheesy or crunchy as a traditional chaffle.
Dessert chaffles are amazing! They are super adaptable and can be used in a million different ways. We have done some pretty cool stuff with dessert chaffles like make a Keto Peanut Butter Cup Chaffle, Oreo Chaffle, and even a Strawberry Shortcake Chaffle! All of these dessert chaffles turned out tasting delicious! We have even more dessert chaffles on the site so be sure to look for those.
Dessert Chaffles often don’t require cheese, and they are often softer than traditional chaffles.
Are Apples Keto Friendly?
Great question! Personally, I always try to remember that “keto” is a metabolic state and not an ingredient. While apples do contain natural sugars and carbs, in small quantities, they can absolutely be enjoyed while maintaining a state of ketosis if they fit into your macros for the day.
Now, having said that, this recipe actually does NOT require apples. They can be added, but this apple pie chaffle gets its flavor from an Apple Pie Spice! In addition to the apple pie price, nutmeg, group clove, and cinnamon give this chaffle the perfect apple pie flavor!
In addition to the apple pie price, nutmeg, group clove, and cinnamon give this chaffle the perfect apple pie flavor! Get your Apple Pie Spice HERE on Amazon.
How To Make Keto Apple Pie Chaffles?
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Add the mozzarella cheese and cream cheese to a microwave safe bowl. Heat the cheeses for 30 seconds at a time until completely melted and combined into a cheese dough.
Add in the almond flour, lakanto sweetener, baking powder.
Add in apple pie spice, nutmeg, and ground cloves. Knead the mixture with your hands until the ingredients are incorporated well.
Add an egg and the vanilla to the mixing bowl, and blend on high until combined completely.
Place one third of the batter into the heated waffle maker, and cook for 3-5 minutes, or until your desired texture has been reached.
Best Mini Waffle Maker To Use:
In order to make any type of chaffle, you will need some sort of waffle maker. Chaffles are typically about 4 inches across, making them perfect bun replacements or single serve desserts.
Since chaffles are normally small, we highly recommend using a mini waffle maker. Specifically, we recommend the Dash mini waffle maker. It is super easy to use, a breeze to clean, and makes the perfect sized chaffle every time.
This mini waffle maker can be purchased at pretty much any retailer than sells small appliances, but we recommend ordering from Amazon. Since chaffles have become so popular, a lot of retailers have sold out of mini waffle makers. Amazon seems to always be in stock though.
If you really love chaffles, or if you have a large family that loves chaffles, you may want to consider a waffle maker that makes multiple mini waffles at once. We recommend the Burgess Brothers ChurWaffle Maker for families or chaffle enthusiasts.
This waffle maker will make four chaffles at a time, making it so much easier to cook for a family. The last thing you want to do is try to cook for a hungry family making one chaffle at a time. Everyone wants their chaffle to be cooked first and the family can’t eat together if you can only make one chaffle at once.
Whatever mini waffle maker you choose, making chaffles will be a breeze!
ChocZero’s Keto Syrups Take It To The Next Level!
This keto apple pie chaffle is amazing on its own, but if you want to make it even tastier, there are a number of toppings that can be added to maximize it’s flavor! Our favorites are ChocZero’s keto friendly syrups. Imagine biting into a warm apple pie chaffle topped with a sweet caramel drizzle. YUM!
- ChocZero Caramel Syrup
- ChocZero Maple Syrup
- ChocZero Maple Pecan Syrup
- ChocZero Party Bundle (Maple, Caramel, Chocolate)
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Best Sweetener To Use: Lakanto Monkfruit
For these keto apple pie chaffles, we used our favorite sweetener: Lakanto’s Powdered Monkfruit!
Lakanto makes the absolute best sweetener for keto recipes. Of all the keto friendly sweeteners we have ever tried, Monkfruit is the best and it’s not even close! Monkfruit has no nasty aftertaste, has no cooling sensation, is very glycemic, is completely natural, and works perfectly in all keto sweet recipes!
If you’ve never tried monkfruit before or if you just want to restock your supply, head to Lakanto’s website and use our code “BUTTERTOGETHER” at checkout to save 20% off of your entire purchase! That includes all of their varieties of monkfruit AND all of their other amazing keto friendly products! You’ll definitely want to see what Lakanto has to offer! Their products make our lives so much simpler and tastier!
Don’t forget to check out our other dessert chaffle recipes!
Other Sweet Chaffle Recipes To Try:
- Best Oreo Keto Chaffles
- Keto Lemon Cake Chaffles
- Best Ever Keto Cinnamon Roll Chaffles
- Keto Peanut Butter Cup Chaffle
- Keto Strawberry Shortcake Chaffle
- Keto Pumpkin Cheesecake Chaffle
- Keto Snickerdoodle Chaffles
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- Preheat the mini waffle maker.
- Add the mozzarella cheese and cream cheese to a microwave safe bowl. Heat the cheeses for 30 seconds at a time until completely melted and combined into a cheese dough.
- Place the cheese dough into a mixing bowl, and add in the almond flour, sugar substitute, baking powder, apple pie spice, nutmeg and ground cloves. Knead the mixture with your hands until the ingredients are incorporated well.
- Add an egg and the vanilla to the mixing bowl, and blend on high until combined completely.
- Place one third of the batter into the heated waffle maker, and cook for 3-5 minutes, or until your desired texture has been reached.
- Repeat step 5 two more times to make a total of 3 chaffles.
- Top the chaffles with sugar free whipped cream, and a dusting of ground cinnamon for garnish.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 3 Chaffles Serving Size: 1 Chaffle
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 151.66Total Fat: 11.76gCarbohydrates: 2.5gNet Carbohydrates: 1.74gFiber: 0.86gProtein: 8.8g
Nutritional Disclaimer: We are not certified nutritionists. Nutritional data is provided as a courtesy. The information provided is calculated through a free-web based nutrition calculator and is not guaranteed to be accurate. To ensure we provide you with good information, we look at a variety of calculators.