Keto Banana Nut Chaffles

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“Banana Nut” anything is simply delicious! When I think about this yummy chaffle, it reminds me of the banana bread that my mom would make when I was a kid. Sweet flavorful banana mixed with the delicious flavor and crunch of walnuts served warm with a healthy knob of melty butter… there’s just nothing better. 

This keto banana nut chaffle is all of that and more! We highly recommend that you enjoy this chaffle while it is still warm with a fair amount of butter. You will be glad that you did!

Along with the deliciousness of banana and the crunch of walnut, there is another ingredient that makes this banana nut chaffle so delicious and that is the amazing keto friendly syrup that is served on top of it! Of course this yummy treat can be enjoyed without a keto friendly syrup, but we cannot recommend enough that you drizzle some of ChocZero’s maple syrup  on top of these already delicious banana nut chaffles. 

Or, if you’re really in the mood for banana, drizzle some ChocZero banana topping syrup on top of these chaffles! There is really no going wrong with any of ChocZero’s syrups, but either of these two syrups (or even a combination of both!) work amazingly well on these keto banana nut chaffles.

three cut pieces of keto banana chaffles on a fork with the rest in the background


What Is A Chaffle?

You might be thinking, “Okay… this looks so good, but what in the world is a chaffle!?” Well, I’m glad you asked.

A chaffle is a very popular, super versatile keto creation! It all started with the traditional chaffle, which consisted simply of egg and cheese cooked in a miniature waffle iron. The first chaffles were typically used as a bread substitute for sandwiches and burgers and things like that. But over time, it was changed and modified into something even better like the white bread chaffle, which we really love! It seriously tastes just like a slice of white bread!

In addition to these chaffles, there are also dessert chaffles (like this one)! Dessert chaffles typically don’t include cheese in the recipe, but since they are also made in a mini waffle maker, they have kept the name. There are thousands of amazing dessert chaffles out there, some of which include our Keto Lemon Cake ChafflesBest Ever Keto Cinnamon Roll ChafflesBest Oreo Keto Chaffles, and Keto Peanut Butter Cup Chaffle! If you haven’t tried these chaffles yet, you should definitely give them a shot!

Are Banana Nut Chaffles Keto Friendly?

Yes! What makes these banana nut chaffles keto friendly is that they don’t actually contain bananas! These banana nut chaffles get their flavor from banana flavoring. That means you get all of the delicious flavor of banana without any of the sugar or carbs. It’s a win-win for sure! 

Of course, all of the other ingredients are completely keto friendly as well. The chaffles are made out of keto friendly flour, walnuts in moderation are a great addition to a ketogenic diet, and ChocZero’s maple syrup is 100% keto friendly. 

You can enjoy these keto banana nut chaffles with peace of mind!

How To Make Keto Banana Nut Chaffles:

baking powder in a teaspoon over a mixing bowl

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While mini waffle maker is preheating, start mixing ingredients together in mixing bowl. 

Add Lakanto Powdered Sweetener. You can get it here and use “BUTTERTOGETHER” for 20% off entire purchase. 

tablespoon of coconut flour over a mixing bowl

Add coconut flour.

egg in a mixing bowl

Add one large egg.

heavy cream in a tablespoon over a mixing bowl

Add in heavy cream, vanilla extract, and banana extract. 

adding walnuts into a mixing bowl

Add in chopped walnuts.

cooked chaffle in mini waffle maker

Cook chaffle for 2-4 minutes until desired level of doneness. 

Best Mini Waffle Maker To Use: 

mini dash waffle maker

The Dash mini waffle maker is our absolute favorite mini waffle maker to use for chaffles. It is super simply to use, just plug it in and you’re in business. In addition to that, because of it’s non-stick surface, it is extremely easy too clean after use. 

The Dash mini waffle maker is perfect for making chaffles for one or two individuals. 

four mini waffle maker

However, if you have a larger family, or honestly, if you’re just passionate about chaffles (and who isn’t?) then the Burgess Brothers mini waffle maker is perfect for you! You can make up to four chaffles at a time, which is great for large families or if you like to meal prep. You can whip up a few batches in just minutes with this mini waffle maker.

maple syrup being poured onto chaffles


ChocZero’s Keto Friendly Maple Syrup 

ChocZero’s 100% keto friendly syrups are an absolute must have. They make adding flavor to your keto desserts super easy and convenient. ChocZero is a brand that we absolutely love because all of their products taste amazing, are completely keto friendly, and are reasonably priced. 

ChocZero’s amazing Maple Syrups sweetened with monkfruit, which we absolutely love. It is also only 1 net carb per serving, is super thick, and contains no sugar alcohols! 

If you would like to try their keto friendly maple syrup, banana topping syrup, or any of their amazing syrups or chocolates, be sure to check out their website where all of their products can be found.

If you do shop their website, be sure to use our code “buttertogetherkitchen” at checkout to save 10% off of your entire purchase!

close up of chaffles on a fork

Don’t forget to check out our other dessert chaffle recipes!

Other Sweet Chaffle Recipes To Try:

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  • Elizabeth Bea

    Honestly I can’t wait to try this even though I was a tiny bit disappointed this doesn’t have actual bananas in the recipe.

    • Kasey

      We are so glad you are excited! You are welcome to modify it, but we kept the bananas out because they are so high in sugar.

  • Holly J McLean

    can’t wait to try! Could you do tbis “pancake style?”

  • Tracy

    Delicious and keto. Easy to make. Definite keeper.

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