Oreo Keto Chaffles: The Easiest Version

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Okay hear me out, i think that Cookies and cream. is one of mankind’s greatest inventions, second to maybe the internet.  On a serious note, cookies and cream – specifically, Oreos – are a beloved combination that is enjoyed in many forms. Some favorites are ice cream, cake, and in this case, a Keto Chaffle!

By now, you have probably heard of the chaffle. It is the latest and greatest keto invention, and for good reason!

Chaffles are usually a combination of cheese and egg, sometimes mixed with other baking agents like baking powder, but this is the bare bones, basic version of the chaffle. To see this version of a chaffle, see our Easy Traditional Keto Chaffle Recipe.

There is so much more you can do with a chaffle than just making it with cheese and egg! There are breakfast chaffles, sandwich chaffles, and even dessert chaffles, like these sweet chaffles.

Of course, there are slight variations depending on what kind of keto chaffle you are making. For example, this chaffle contains no cheese!! These are chaffles without cheese! So don’t worry, you aren’t about to get into a chocolatey cheesy mess. Dessert chaffles use heavy cream and other ingredients in place of eggs. While there are countless ways to enjoy a chaffle, this sugar free oreo chaffle happens to be one of my all time favorites!

Chocolatey, cakey chaffle combined with sweet, creamy filling makes for an amazing keto dessert chaffle!

two plain oreo chaffles sticked on top of each other on a plate

What Is A Chaffle?

As I mentioned earlier, chaffles are the latest keto craze; they have been popping up in every keto Facebook group, and folks are going crazy with a million different variations. 

We have certainly been enjoying experimenting with sweet chaffles and think we have come up wit some pretty amazing options!

While this Oreo Keto Chaffle may be my all time favorite, some others that top my list include Easy Keto Red Velvet ChafflesKeto Cinnamon Roll Chaffles, and Keto Peanut Butter Cup Chaffles. The peanut butter cup chaffle tastes just like a Reeces!

The basic chaffle is made with just two ingredients: egg and cheese, and it is often used as a bread substitute. It’s pretty good, but there are so many other great ways to enjoy a chaffle.

It’s probably called a chaffle because, well, it is basically a cheese waffle. But the chaffle has become so much more than that!

A keto chaffle is also typically rather small, measuring about 4 inches across, and that is because of how it’s made! But, more on that in a minute.

With a few basic tweaks, you can have any kind of chaffle your heart desires, like this Keto Oreo Chaffle!

What Mini Waffle Maker To Use:

dash mini waffle maker

In order to make a perfectly sized keto chaffle, you will need a mini waffle maker. The Dash mini waffle maker seems to be the waffle maker of choice for most, and that is because it works the best and is the easiest to use.

A few great things about this mini waffle maker is that it is small, so it takes up almost no counter space. OR, if you prefer to store it as apposed to leaving it on your counter, you can fit this thing anywhere! Since it’s so small, it is super easy to clean!

All of these things are great, but the best thing of all about the mini waffle maker is that it makes the perfect sized chaffle! Since the chaffle is often used as a bread replacement, it wouldn’t really make sense to have an 8 inch wide bun! 

The mini waffle maker makes the perfect sized chaffle every time. And you just can’t beat $10 with free shipping on the DASH Mini

If you have a big family (or just really like chaffles), consider a larger mini waffle maker! The Burgess Brothers ChurWaffle Maker is popular in the keto community, it can make four mini waffles at a time!

ingredients shown for oreo chaffle

Ingredients Needed For Keto Oreo Chaffle

Like all of our other keto chaffle recipes – and really, all of our recipes, period – this one is super simple and only requires a few common ingredients that you almost certainly already have in your kitchen!

An egg, some unsweetened cocoa powder, coconut flour, vanilla extract, sweetener, baking powder, and heavy cream are all you will need to whip up this yummy keto oreo chaffle! That means you can get started right away!

Of course, if you will be making any modifications or substitutions, you will want to make sure that you have any additional ingredients on hand before you begin crafting this mouthwatering sweet oreo chaffle.

oreo chaffle batter with a whisk in the bowl and waffle maker in the background

To make this recipe, all you really need to do is whisk together all of the listed ingredients in a bowl. It really is that simple!

Reminder: Make sure you remember to only use half of the batter per chaffle, since this recipe makes two chaffles!! If you pour all of your batter in at once, you will end up with one big chaffle and one big mess!

Even though it will be hard, have some patience and only cook half the batter at once. Unless, of course, you have a double waffle maker or multiple mini waffle makers.

poured batter beginning to cook on waffle skillet

You want to fill your mini waffle maker with just enough of the batter that all of the space is taken up on the inside without any overflow. This might take some practice, but you’ll definitely get the hang of it!

My first few chaffles definitely didn’t come out looking pretty. Even though it might only be a little bit, because of the baking powder in this recipe, the batter will expand ever so slightly as you cook it so even if if looks okay before you close the top, over filling your waffle maker will result in a mess.

For easy waffle maker clean up, I’ve found these Silicone Basting brushes to work best! They really make it easy to clean evert nook and cranny of the waffle maker. Find them HERE on Amazon!

side top view of oreo chaffle on a plate

Oreo Filling Ideas

For the filling for this keto oreo chaffle, we simply whipped some heavy cream and smeared it between the two chaffles. However, there are a ton of other ways you could fill your keto oreo chaffles.

You could consider making:

  • A buttercream frosting – 2 tbsp butter, 1 tbsp powdered sweetener, 1/4 tsp vanilla


  • A cream cheese frosting – 2 tbsp cream cheese, 1 tbsp powdered sweetener, 1/4 tsp vanilla

Variations To This Recipe

Just like the frosting, there are endless ways in which you can customize this recipe.

If you want to change the chaffle itself, consider:

  • Swapping out coconut flour for almond flour. Coconut flour does not have a 1:1 ratio to almond flour though, so be careful! Generally, 1 part coconut flour is equal to about 3 parts almond flour.
  • Using Lakanto Powdered Sweetener instead of classic granular sweetener. This will make your chaffle just a bit sweeter. Use our discount code “BUTTERTOGETHERK” on Lakanto’s website for 20% of your entire purchase HERE. We love using Lakanto sweeteners because they are seriously the best tasting and no aftertaste or cooling effect!
  • Add a teaspoon of cream cheese to the batter to make it thicker and richer!

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More Chaffle Recipes To Enjoy:

Best Oreo Keto Chaffles

Best Oreo Keto Chaffles


6 minutes

2 Chaffles


Chocolate Chaffle
1 Egg
1 1/2 tbsp Unsweetened Cocoa
2 tbsp Lakanto Monkfruit, or choice of sweetener
1 tbsp Heavy Cream
1 tsp Coconut Flour
1/2 tsp Baking Powder
1/2 tsp Vanilla
Whipped Cream (alternate frosting recipe in notes below)
Nutritional Information
67 Calories
4.5g Total Fat
1.5g Net Carbs
7g Protein


Preheat mini waffle maker.
In a smal bowl, combine all chaffle ingredients.
Pour half of the chaffle mixture into the center of the waffle iron. Allow to cook for 3-5 minutres.
Carefully remove and repeat for second chaffle. Allow chaffles to sit for a few minutes so that they crisp up.
For filling, we like it simple and just went for whipped cream. See notes below for alterate filling.
  • We preffered a simple feeling for this and simply used whipped cream. However if you'd like a cream cheese filling, use: 1 tbsp Lakanto Powdered Sweetener, 2 tbsp cream cheese (softened), and 1/4 tsp vanilla. Combine all ingredients and spread frosting once chaffle is cooled to room temperature.
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. 


  • Suzy

    I saw this recipe this morning and made it this afternoon. It tastes incredible!!! Very easy to make. I used sugar free whipped cream that I made as the filling. I do not have a mini waffle iron but do have a mini pancake maker that looks the same but without the waffle grid. My end result looked like a 4″ round whoopee pie. It tastes delicious and I could only manage to eat half of it. I can’t wait to try other fillings, perhaps something with peanut butter. Thanks for the recipe!!!

  • FRAN

    I made this delicious dish today and it gave me extra life!!! It tasted just the same as an oreo dessert.. I will not purchase another piece of equipment for keto. I used my regular waffle maker and just cut it in half…it was extremely delicious and perfect. Keto is ever evolving and i am quite sure the industry will be coming out with more and more equipment. I love this recipe because it makes a full size waffle!!! No mini waffle maker for me!! Plus the waffle comes out with a real waffle texture and consistentcy. No more birch products ever!!!

    • Kasey

      Hi, Fran! That is fantastic for others to know that works for one waffle in a regular waffle maker! Thank you for trying it out, I’m so glad you enjoyed it. 🙂

  • MomOfFive

    I’ve been debating on whether or not to invest in a waffle iron for a while now, since chaffles popped up. I had a horrible chocolate craving this morning… That craving lead me here. I mixed up the recipe and put it all on the stove in a regular frying pan.. AMAZING! I’ll be investing in that waffle iron for sure now! Thank you!

  • Clara

    For the nutrition facts by saying “yield: 2 chaffles” and “serving size:1 chaffle” am I eating two servings? Sorry if this is a stupid question. 🙃

  • Kathryn Antonangeli

    Looks yummy, can’t wait to try!!!

  • Meredith

    Just made these this evening, served with Rebel Caramel Ice Cream. Fantastic!!
    I served them open face but can see where I could easily have made ice cream sandwiches.
    I did not think they were at the level of dark chocolate as an Oreo, more like a milk chocolate to me but that is exactly what I was looking for. Others I’ve made were just too dark. Mine were not crispy in the least, more of a cake texture. So soft I had to use a fork and spatula to remove them from the waffle maker. No one thought that was an issue, they were too busy scarfing them down.

    • Meredith

      Mine came out of the waffle iron very soft however after they cooled, they developed the crispy surface and soft insides I was expecting. Will definitely be making them often. . So far we’ve enjoyed them with ice cream and sweetened mascarpone cheese.

  • Joanne Johnson

    Hands down THE best oreo chaffle! Will be using this over and over!

  • Molly

    Amazing! Thank you so much! Added some sugar free chocolate chips to the batter, yum!

  • Russ

    Just made these with my wife and they are fantastic! First time using coconut flour instead of almond flour and what a difference. Thank you

    • Kasey

      So glad you enjoyed these! They are one of our favorites, too!

    • Cassie

      I made these after my chocolate craving was calling my name! I used stevia – not as sweet as I expected but will try with some Switch granular substitute soon. This was great!

  • Kimberly Landmesser

    Please check your measurements on the 2 tbsp Lakanto Monkfruit. 1 tsp is 4g carbs… 2 TBSP is 24g carbs, and 12g carbs per serving. I reduced the sweetener to 2 tsp for that reason. Thanks for the great recipe though.

    • Kasey

      Hello, we are so glad you enjoyed the recipe! Lakanto Monkfruit has 0 net carbs. You subtract the sugar alcohol from the carb count. Hope that helps with how we calculated things!

  • Amy

    OMG these are the bomb! Just made a batch. Filled with Heavy cream sweetened and flavored with Smores skinny syrup.

    • Kasey

      Thank you for the feedback and for the tip on the S’more syrup! So glad you enjoyed it!

  • Melissa

    I just made theses tonight…OMG! So chocolatey!! Delicious!! This recipe is perfect! I would love a cinnamon version of this…would I just swap out cocoa powder for cinnamon?

    • Kasey

      It would take some playing around, but essentially yes. Just add some cinnamon to the batter instead of cocoa. The thing is, cinnamon is really strong, so it would probably take less. Let us know how it goes!

  • Rose

    I made this in my regular waffle maker that I bought from a thrift shop for only 5.99. The waffle maker makes 3×3 inches square 4pcs waffles and with this recipe, I was able to make 2 normal sizes and one small size. Did some tweaks in the recipe tho. I combined this recipe with another recipe and it tasted oreo!

  • Tammy

    I cannot use dairy. Would almond or coconut milk be a good substitute for the heavy cream?

    • Kasey

      Those might work. I think a tablespoon of full fat coconut cream would be better. Let us know what you decide and how it goes!

      • Carla

        I do think full fat coconut milk would work as long as the can is shaken well. Enjoy experimenting!

  • Gosia

    Can I use an owen to bake them instead of Waffle machine?

    • Kasey

      Some people use chaffle batter to make pancakes, cooking them on the stovetop; so baking them in an oven might work. Let us know how it turns out!

      • Gosia

        I tried baking in an owen and I used silicone donuts form and – YES works well! Was delicious 🙂

  • Mandi

    Is there any substitute for the coconut flour? I have almond flour, but can’t find coconut flour.

    • Kasey

      Yes, you can use almond flour. I would try 4 teaspoons of almond flour. Enjoy!

  • Michele

    This was AMAZING!!! Really was so delicious!

  • Alicia Lynn Makjavich

    Very delicious! Mine was a little soft though so I will probably add a scoop of protein powder to it next time to see if that will make it crispier. 🙂

    • Kasey

      That sounds like a great variation on the recipe. Thanks for trying it out!

  • Barb

    I still don’t know what happened with my last batch but my second attempt turned out wonderful! Thanks for this recipe. It is now save to favourites!

    • Kasey

      Thanks for giving it a second try. We are glad it worked out this time! Enjoy!

  • Shel

    I’ve made these twice this week and they are soo good! Even my picky 7 year old loved them 🙂

  • Kristina

    I just made these 10 mins ago. So yummy! Quick and easy. Perfect for a dessert. I would love a pumpkin Chaffle recipe if you have one. If not, I will have to experiment 😬😂

    • Kasey

      We are so glad you liked them! And great news, we DO have a pumpkin chaffle recipe! Just search in the sweets section of our recipes!

  • Marci

    No Sugar Peanut Butter or Natural Almond Butter are excellent fillings for the Chocolate Chaffles, too!

  • Di

    Thanks for this recipe for this easy, delicious treat!! We had them soft & warm, right out of the waffle maker, open-faced, with whipped cream & raspberries on top! I had to make a second batch because my husband said having only one was just enough to make him mad!! Thanks again!!!

  • Holly

    It definitely has that Oreo dark chocolate cookie taste (without the cream center). The waffle itself didn’t taste sweet at all, but I’m not mad at it. I’m not into super sweet things. I made the cream cheese filling, with only a teaspoon of the monk fruit sweetener, and drizzled on about a Tablespoon of ChocZero caramel sauce. It was pretty good. I will try the whipped cream topping next time.

  • Benedetta Patterson

    This was amazing. I used some leftover keto icing I made for a keto vanilla cake and it was perfect. Will definitely be doing this again!

  • Larry

    Sugar free instant pudding with heavy whipping cream makes a great filling. Treating the family, and myself to this wonderful dessert again tomorrow.

  • Renee

    Fill it with keto friendly ice cream!

  • Sandy

    Can you use almond flour instead of coconut flour?

    • Kasey

      Absolutely! Just remember to substitute in the right ration which is 4 parts almond flour to 1 part coconut flour. It might change flavor and texture a bit!

  • NIna

    Looks delightful! Do you think icelandic yogurt would be an ok substitute for heavy cream?

    • Kasey

      From what I read it is not ideal to do so. If you decide to try it, you can mix equal parts milk and yogurt to make it the right consistency. Let us know how it turns out if you decide to try it.

  • Charlene

    Can you make a few ahead of time and freeze for later? How do you store it if so?

  • Dayna

    Made these this morning and loved them. Put a Tbsp of natural PB and it felt like cheating.

  • Laura

    Out of this world delicious!! I followed the recipe and made the cream cheese frosting recipe too. Holy heavenly happy tummy😃

  • Debbie Johnson

    Delicious! I doubled the recipe, used almond flour and Lankato golden sugar and used a hand mixer to whip it up. I got 7 waffles out of my batch.

  • Leilani

    The best keto dessert I have tried! ❤️❤️❤️

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