White Bread Keto Chaffle | Wonder Bread Chaffle

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The hardest thing about living a low-carb life is living without bread, at least that the case for me. The prevalence of bread cannot be overstated. Everywhere I look, I see bread used for everything and paired with everything. There is even bread paired with ice cream, for goodness sake! So It is no wonder that avoiding bread in this day can pose a pretty serious challenge. Now, I bring some good news– a keto white bread chaffle that tastes feels and can be used in place of white bread! But what exactly is a chaffle? 

Chaffles are a low-carb, keto-friendly ‘waffle’ made with cheese and egg. They are incredibly popular in the keto community as they are effortless to make, grain-free, taste fantastic, and can be used for just about anything. With this wonder bread chaffle recipe, you should be able to enjoy all your favorite bready foods like sandwiches, burgers, hotdogs, and whatever your heart desires. So let’s get started! 

What You Would Need 

The traditional chaffle typically consists of two primary ingredients cheese and egg. For this reason, the name “chaffle” came about- cheese waffle. While this white bread chaffle has a similar appearance, it is a bit more like regular bread than a typical chaffle. As it does not have any cheese, it does not have a cheesy taste or crunchiness compared to the traditional chaffle.

This white bread chaffle is so easy to make. All you need are a few key ingredients, and you’ll be on your way to the best chaffle you’ve ever had. 

  1. Egg: is the main binding ingredient that holds the chaffle together and provides structure. It also adds protein to the chaffle.
  2. Almond flour: Almond flour is a low-carb, gluten-free alternative to traditional wheat flour. It is used in this recipe as a flour replacement to make the chaffle low in carbs.
  3. Mayonnaise: it is used to add moisture and flavor to the chaffle. It also helps to bind the ingredients together and creates a nice texture.
  4. Baking powder: Baking powder is a leavening agent to help the chaffle rise nicely and become fluffy.
White Bread Keto Chaffle | Wonder Bread Chaffle

White Bread Keto Chaffle | Wonder Bread Chaffle


10 minutes

2 Chaffles


1 Egg
3 tbsp Almond Flour
1 tbsp Mayonnaise
1/4 tsp Baking Powder
1 tsp Water
Nutritional Information
125 Calories
11.5g Total Fat
1g Net Carbs
5g Protein


Preheat mini waffle maker.
Start by putting all of your ingredients in a small bowl and whisk.
When the waffle maker is heated, carefully pour 1/2 of the batter in the waffle maker and close the top. Allow to cook for 3-5 minutes.
Carefully remove from the waffle maker and set aside for 2-3 minutes to crisp up.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I make these chaffles in a regular-sized waffle maker? 

Yes, you can make these chaffles in a regular-sized waffle maker. You may need to adjust the cooking time, and amount of batter used depending on the size of your waffle maker. Keep an eye on the chaffles while cooking to ensure they don’t burn.

Can I use coconut flour instead of almond flour? 

You can use coconut flour instead of almond flour, but remember that it is more absorbent than almond flour, so you may need to adjust the amount used and add additional liquid. Coconut flour also has a distinct taste, which some people might not like. If you decide to use it, start with half the amount of almond flour called for in the recipe and add more as needed.

Can I make these chaffles ahead of time and reheat them later? 

Yes, you can make these chaffles ahead of time and reheat them later. To reheat, place them in the toaster or the oven at a low temperature until they are warm and crispy again. Reheating them in the microwave can make them soggy, so avoiding that method is better.

Can I make pancakes with the recipe?

While it is possible to do so, using the recipe just as is would result in a pretty dense pancake. You would need to adjust the recipe by adding more water or milk to make it less thick. We, however, might have some better pancake recipes for you:

Tips and Tricks For Making The Best Keto Chaffles

Crispy Chaffles: If you prefer a crispier chaffle, allow your chaffle to rest for a minute or two after cooking. When this chaffle comes off the waffle maker, it will be very soft and flimsy, but if you give it some time, it will become crispier.

Less Eggy: If you think that chaffles are too eggy (I know there are many of you), try using two egg whites instead of one whole egg. The yolks are always the eggiest part, so the whites alone should be fine.

Using Different Flours: We prefer almond flour for this white bread chaffle, but if you don’t like almond flour, you can try another low-carb flour of your choice. As with any substitution, note that the texture and taste may differ. Be mindful that substituting your other flour for a 1-to-1 ratio may not work, so adjust accordingly.

Freezing & Reheating: Chaffles can be frozen and reheated really easily. If you plan to freeze many white bread chaffles at once, you should consider freezing them separately on a baking sheet before tossing them into a freezer bag. If you skip this step, they would freeze together and be difficult to reheat. Speaking of reheating, to reheat these chaffles, all you have to do is pop them in the toaster for a couple of minutes.

Be Creative: Most of our recipes (especially our chaffle recipes) are incredibly adaptable, and this one is no exception. Use these white bread chaffles to make whatever you would like. Add your favorite spices to the batter. Use them for French toast. Why not try them with this Keto Pimento Cheese? Be creative and adapt them to your taste.


As with any white bread, alternative people are always interested in the texture and taste. In our opinion, the texture of this white bread keto chaffle is similar to regular bread— It is soft and chewy, but not in the wrong way. It is super light and fluffy. If you want to up the moisture in the chaffle, feel free to omit the water and add two more tbsp of mayo. 

Nutritionally, the chaffle has a lot going for it. The cheese and egg in the chaffle provide a source of protein and fat, making it a more satisfying and filling alternative to traditional white bread. 

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  • Debbie

    If I am using a reg waffle maker how much if ingredients do I use?

    • Kasey

      Hi, Debbie! You would just get one regular sized chaffle out of the ingredients combined. If you double the recipe then you can get two. Enjoy!

      • Terry

        I’m glad Debbie asked about the regular waffle maker. I didn’t pay close attention before rushing out and buying a regular size waffle maker. I’m timid about trying new things but these look too good to pass up!

        • Stevie Ciske

          I have a regular sized waffle maker. One recipe would fill half the regular sized. I doubled the recipe and made a full one. Then just cut it in half. Using Coconut Flour that puts the doubled recipe at 3carbs (well, maybe 4 because of your eggs).


        Two words…. GAME CHANGER!!!

    • Leslie

      Hi Debbie, I have a regular round waffle maker and I can get 2 waffles out of the recipe. What I do is not put all of the batter in the maker I cut it in half and get the two Chaffles. It takes a few times to get the hang of it but you don’t need to go out and buy a mini maker until your old one wears out. I also oil the heck out of both plates because my “non stick” plates stick. That also takes you getting the hang of it. I use a chip brush dedicated to this instead of buying an expensive tool to oil the waffle maker. Good Luck 🙂

    • Kmabrey

      Wonder bread it is not. A little dry but it’s almond flour so what would you expect? This isn’t a negative review though I love these! But if you’re expecting it to have the same consistency as bread you will be disappointed. But hello welcome to keto lol. I mean I plan to make more tomorrow to use as buns for a family bbq. So a good bread substitute but with the obvious flaws of using almond flour

    • Mona

      @Debbie, probably the same you would just have to cut in half after cooking.

  • Kara L Baas

    Mayo?? Would this work with cream cheese or sour cream as well?

    • Kasey

      Not sure about that but please report back if you do!

    • Juli

      I (imo) like the flavor of the mayo when making a sandwich. Yes others I know have used the cream cheese or sour cream too and it worked out great!

      • Cheri

        Made my 1st Chaffle today using this recipe! Very tasty and your correct taste like white bread!

    • Kristie

      @Kara L Baas, I used sour cream instead of mayo and it worked fine.

    • #1Fan

      @Kara L Baas, Yea it would work. The recipe just needs a fat. I have been making them for several months now. You could use 1/2 cup of mozzarella cheese for your fat. Be creative and enjoy.

  • Amanda F.

    This was great! I exchanged mayo for sour cream. I tried it with pastrami and cheese and loved it. This is definitely a keeper recipe. I had a thought to try it as a sweet by putting melted butter, powdered Swerve, and strawberries. Absolutely delicious. This Chaffle is versatile and that is something I need in my life.

  • Jenny

    I am so happy I found this site. I have made so many different keto breads, rolls, pancakes and now I have found my one and only recipe that tastes like real bread. I used egg whites and sour cream instead of mayo and egg. Thank you Kasey for posting. Keto heaven today!!!

    • Kasey

      This makes me so happy!! Great ideas too! Thank you for your kind words! 🙂

  • Tommi

    LOVE this recipe! Made them in my Dash and used them as a bacon burger bun! I swapped 1 Tbsp of coconut flour for the 3 Tbsp of almond flour (because I don’t have any almond flour) and they came out great. Only issue was they were a bit dry for a bun, but I’m thinking I should’ve buttered them once they were done. Going to make them again for breakfast with 1/2 tsp vanilla and some cinnamon. Thank you for sharing this recipe! Tastes just like bread!

    • Erin

      I just made these with some left over egg whites I had to use up. I’m not a huge fan of waffles as bread, so I tried it in a Red Copper 5 Minute Chef. Same idea, just flat surface, no nooks and crannies. And I had to flip it half way through. It came out great, just like a roll. I doubled the recipe and used one as is for a hot dog roll and cut the other in half for a burger bun.

    • Gulfira Ballack

      When you are substituting almond flour to coconut – you should use less, not more:
      Substitute 1 cup of almond flour with 1/4 cup (1 ounce) of coconut flour, and add one egg for every 1/4 cup of coconut flour used in addition to the eggs called for in the original recipe.
      Once you’ve done those two things, you may notice that you need more liquid to get the batter to right consistency. To make your batter better, add the same amount of liquid that the recipe calls for first, and then add more as needed.

    • Gerasimos

      @Gulfira Ballack, He did use less. He used one, instead of three, tablespoons.

  • Katie

    Amazing! I have been on a restrictive diet due to gluten intolerance, sugar sensitivity and allergies for some time. I caused terrible skin issues, with red itchy places over much of my body and swelling on my face. The symptoms make cheating a no! no! but these easy to make delicious chaffles are a wonderful substitute. I double the recipe and it makes 6.
    Thank you so much for this recipe’

  • Dee

    This was amazing! First chaffle I ever made! I just had a regular waffle maker so I made one large chaffle. I ate it with a hamburger and it was just great eating a real bread like bun. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    • Kasey

      I’m so glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

      • Dawn R

        My favorite by far!!!!! This is a great bread substitute made without cheese – YAY!!!!! Thanks for sharing this recipe. I will be making a few of these to freezebtoday.

      • Mona Lisa Smith

        @Dawn R, after you froze them did you stick them into the toaster to thaw out? I would like to make a batch to freeze for the week.

  • Tia

    Awesome!!! Thank you very much!!

  • Marilyn Warren

    First time making your recipe, was delicious. Sft and fluffy. Will certainly make again. I don’t have the mini dash maker. I used my old as the hills waffle maker. Lol

  • Seedee

    I didn’t have mayo so I used coconut oil.. Came out great!

  • Linda Davies

    Thought the first time they were a bit dry so second time we skipped the water and used 3 tbs of mayo.
    Much less dry. Good ! We missed burgers.

  • Masowe

    I am planning on making this but I dont have any type of waffle maker, Can I make it in a pan like a pancake or should I bake it on a tray in an oven?

    • Kasey

      Try it in a microwave safe mug and microwave for 90 seconds. I haven’t tried it personally yet, but I heard this worked well for someone else and they cut in half and toasted it afterwards. 🙂 Lets us know if it works for you too!

  • Jojo

    I’m these are the bomb!! so 👍 gpod!! Bought my Dash off Amazon for 10 bucks it’s awesome fyi their egg cooker is too!
    I’m almost 2yrs into low carb keto and this opens up a whole new bread deprived world for me!! Thanks for awesome recipes!

  • Rayna

    Okay you have changed my life!!!! I hate almond flour, i just cant stand it! Now i can have my white bread back without really tasting almond flour! Thank you so much!!!!

  • Brianda

    Is the nutrition information for one chaffle or both?

  • Daylin

    I substituted the mayo for Greek yogurt and turned out great. The only complaint is the almond taste. I’m not a fan of almond or coconut taste so trying to push through for healthier eating! Maybe I used too much almond flour? I used a regular size waffle maker that I already had and just folded in half to make bacon, egg, & cheese chaffle sandwiches. Prepped for the week by making multiple and putting in the freezer so I can grab & go!

    • mandy

      If you don’t like almond flour,substitute with sunflower flour. Take sunflower seeds and grind them to
      Flour in a coffee grinder then sieve.
      Ratio is 1:1

  • Herbalchef

    Tried these this morning with a little sugar free apricot jam. They were delicious!
    Not eggy at all. I will continue to use this recipe.

    • Shelle

      Just made them with coconut flour because I don’t have almond flour – they were good. Definitely going to buy almond flour because I bet using the right ingredients makes them amazing!!

  • Tracy G

    I have modified this in so many ways and it’s great. I add a pinch of salt and dash of cinnamon and vanilla for waffles! I add salt and italian season for a panini.

  • Jill

    Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. They turned out amazing👍🏻 I made bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches, such a treat to have something other than lettuce wrap

  • Lorie

    My first Chaffle today, just got my mini Dash in the mail. I’m more low carb verses keto, I made 3 extra batches for later. How should I store them for later?

    • Kasey

      Refrigerate them and then pop it in the toaster when you’re ready to have one later.

      • Nan

        love these…making 10ct tomorrow…was going to lay on sheet then freeze..thoughts?!?? Thanks

        • Kasey

          You can definitely do that! Just be sure to let it thaw out a little before you add it to the toaster when you’re ready to eat one.

  • Christy

    This chaffle recipe’s texture is like bread. Before now I couldn’t eat a sandwich with low carb bread without first toasting the bread first….this I just make with my dash mini waffle maker and like magic I have bread! No more expensive low carb bread.
    I follow keto diet and it is soooo great to have sandwiches again!

  • Frances

    I just made the “WB” chaffle and I loved it. The texture is really good. I decided to make a few more and used it with sausage gravy and it was the bomb.

  • Sharon cumming

    I bought the 4 churwaffle maker as you suggested. The size this makes is a little under three inches where the mini is five. I doubled the recipe, so I ended up with 7 mini waffles. Taste is great for the sausage egg and cheese breakfast sandwich but I’ll have to tweak the recipe to be able to make 8. Love that there is no cheese in this.

  • Crystal

    My daughter and I love this recipe. It is a major game changer for sure. However, my son doesn’t care for almond flour or coconut flour at all. So my thoughts are… What if we used ground pork rinds instead, would that turn out well? I will try it soon and let you all know.

    • Kasey

      That is an interesting idea. I would make sure to process it in the food processor until it is a fine crumb. Please report back and let me know how it turns out!

    • Susan Gracia

      Do these have to be refrigerated if you’re gonna eat then in a few days? Don’t always want warm bread.

      • Kasey

        We would recommend that you refrigerate them. You can always pull them out of the fridge a few hours before consuming them to let them come to room temperature!

    • Pam

      @Crystal, I used carb quick and they turned out great.

  • Gary Olson

    Can you put them in the toaster for a BLT?

  • Ranae L Bowen

    Does Carbquick flour work in this recipe?

    • Kasey

      We have not used it, but we have heard good things about it. It should work in this recipe. Please report back and let us know how it goes!

  • Carla

    I loved it. I made some changes the second time I made it: substituted the water for ACV.
    2 tbsp of almond flour instead of 3
    2 tbsp of mayo instead of 1
    Made a great sandwhich with egg, tomato, bacon, romain.
    Thank you.

    • Kasey

      So glad you made it your own and enjoyed it! A BLT is always a great choice!

    • Hope

      @Carla, I followed your suggestion for the second time I made them and they turned out great. (I also brush a bit of oil on the waffle iron) I got 3 thin ones out of this (which are perfect for hamburger buns) so will try to get 4 out of it the next time by increasing the flour or mayo perhaps.

  • Carol V

    Forgive me if my old eyes missed it, but do you have a print button so I can print this out? I want to try these. Thank you for sharing your talents.

    • Kasey

      Yes, we do! It is on the recipe card at the bottom of the post. It is a light grey box inside of that area that says “Print”. Enjoy!

  • Carol V

    Oh my goodness! I am so blind. It is very light. I made these, and my husband asked for more. 🙂 Very tasty.

  • Lori Cote

    Just tried it, yummy!! Did you leave out spraying the chaffle maker with oil on purpose?
    I sprayed and they got brown a bit too quickly……

    • Kasey

      So glad you enjoyed it. Yes, we intentionally do not spray any cooking oil before we cook this. That could be affecting the browning, or it may have just been too hot. It might depend on what kind of chaffle maker you are using!

  • Tracy

    Can you use 1 TBSP of butter in these instead of mayonnaise?

    • Kasey

      You should be able to do so. It might affect the texture a little bit, and make it a little dryer. Let us know how it goes!

  • Kathy L Stuckey

    Where is the carb count.

    • Kasey

      It is in a dark grey box below the recipe and instructions, with the other nutritional information!

  • Tania

    I needed to have a snack and I thought I could use the egg whites that were leftover from another recipe. I cooked them up and ate them with butter. I couldn’t believe how light and fluffy they were. This is a recipe I know I will use often for sandwiches!

    • Kasey

      Thank you! We are so glad that you enjoyed it. Chaffles have been a game changer, for sure!

  • Tom

    Not doing “strict” keto but am staying low carb. Have been resistant to buying almond flour due to the cost. But seeing these, I am considering buying some at least once.

    • Kasey

      If you decide to try it, please let us know what you think! We definitely think it is worth a try!

  • Nancy W

    These were FABULOUS! I had a hamburger on one just now, and I loved it. I was glad to find that I had all the ingredients in my kitchen, given that we’re on lockdown.

    Question: How do these freeze? I am hoping to have the occasional brown bag sandwich lunch when I’m finally back in the office.

    Thank you!!

    • Kasey

      So glad you enjoyed them! Yes, they are freezer friendly. Just wrap in freezer bag with parchment paper between them. You can defrost in the microwave, the toaster, or an air fryer. Enjoy!

  • Greg

    Made it with 2 egg whites for my wife. Use egg rings to make them on a griddle. They are awesome. Going to add a touch of swerve and some maple extract to see if they will taste like McGriddles. We made sausage, egg and cheese sandwiches.

  • Terry Proveau

    Made these tonight and used to make breakfast sandwiches for dinner! They are great and so low in carbs!
    Added a fried egg, bacon and shredded cheddar cheese, yummy! Thanks for the recipe! I doubles the recipe and mixed in a measuring cup so it was easy to make four chaffles for the two sandwiches!

  • Michelle Ruys

    Hi, how many egg whites would i use instead of whole eggs? Also what size should the egg be? Small, large etc.

    • Kasey

      Hello! You use 2 egg whites per 1 egg called for when substituting. We use large eggs. For this recipe you would use 2 egg whites. Enjoy!

  • Jennifer

    This recipe is a total game changer for me! My daughter and I were literally dancing around the kitchen after we tasted these! We love bread and we’re really struggling with other substitutions. Thank you!

    Just have one silly question…why do you call it a chaffle if it doesn’t have cheese in it? LOL

    • Kasey

      So glad you all enjoyed it! We call it a chaffle because it is a variation of the original chaffle, minus the cheese. Yet, it is not quite a waffle, either. Hope you continue to enjoy!

  • Patrice Jennings

    Grateful Oregonian. We have Franz Keto Bread, hamburger and hotdog buns. They might be available online. It tastes like the real thing. Even so, I’m excited to try out this recipe on the waffle maker I got for Christmas and never use. It’s not a mini but all your comments are informative enough. Thanks!

    • Kasey

      Sounds wonderful! We hope you do try our recipe and let us know how it goes!

  • Renee

    So excited to give this a try. I absolutely hate eggs and I was told that this recipe using egg whites would allow me to enjoy the taste of bread without an eggy taste. Going to try it out now.

  • Carol L

    Your Wonder Bread recipe is great! I will definitely look up your other recipes.

  • Emma Barker

    Hi. I was wondering whether I could make these the night before to use as a sandwich? If so how would I store it? Would it need refrigerating?

  • Linda

    I cannot believe how good these chaffles are. I replaced my hamburger bun with these chaffles this weekend, and was amazed how much they tasted like white bread. I have tried a couple other recipes, and this one is definitely the winner. I am going to make a dozen tonight and freeze them. Thank you so much.

  • Joani

    They are the most amazing chaffles I’ve ever tasted! The only problem was I kept eating them as I was making them so I’m gonna have to discipline myself not to do so but these will be great for my diabetic son I could not fault them at all they were simply amazing! Yum Yum Yum thank you so so much I’m going to be using this recipe for a long time to come in fact every day probably! Thank you again they are delicious!

    • Kasey

      We are so glad you liked them so much! Thanks for giving them a try!

  • Polly

    I just made these with ground pork rinds instead of almond flour. No other changes. They were amazing!

    • Kasey

      So glad you enjoyed them, and glad to hear that your substitution worked so well! What amount of pork rinds did you use?

      • Polly

        3 T, so an even swap with what you call for.

        I ground my own (stale) pork rinds in my Vitamix. The Vitamix “accidentally” had a few drops of water in it, which made a dense consistency, similar to the almond flour, or perhaps more like brown sugar. So, 3 T of dense pork rind dust.

        The taste reminded me of cornbread, in a way no keto cornbread sub has. I think it would be interesting to make it sweeter and add blueberries.

  • Rooty

    Made this as my 1st Chaffle. Used my old waffle maker with 4 squares so I doubled it. Oh My! Delicious and easy to make (even for me ) the Pizza Chaffle is next on my list. (Tomorrow lol!) thank you!

  • Jenni

    I haven’t made these yet, but will. One thing I do with my cheese chaffles, when they are warm I roll them with a rolling pin to get the ‘waffle’ texture flatter for easier sandwiches. I will try it with these and see how it works. I have made good pizza crusts by using my Belgium waffle maker and the regulars cheese Chaffle, rolling it flat then putting on the pizza toppings.

    • Kasey

      Thanks for the tip! We hope you enjoy these!

    • Terry Proveau

      I have made breakfast bacon and egg sandwiches with these chaffles and they were delicious but a bit thick for getting your mouth around. I may try your rolling pin method, it sounds like a good idea! Thanks! Pizza sounds like a winner too!

    • ime

      @Terry Proveau, u can also slice it in half so it won’t be thick!

  • Candi

    This is my favorite chaffle recipe. I add sour cream instead of mayo and then add either garlic powder, onion powder or cinnamon. Depending on what I’m making. Delicious.

    • Kasey

      Thank you for the suggestions! We are glad to hear you are enjoying it!

  • Kimm

    I was afraid this would taste eggy but it certainly is NOT! Soft like white bread. It’s a keeper for me 10 stars!!!!

  • darlene

    it tasted like bread, but was too soft. I used butter vs oil on the WM hoping that would make it crispier. I find the cheese/egg chaffles too greasy/salty so though I would try this. I also put in the toaster but that didn’t do anything. Suggestions welcome! TIA!

  • Beatrice J Williams

    I made these wonder bread chaffles and oh my!!! So good and only 1 carb each!! I feel like i have bread again!!!

  • Shannon Gosser

    I used these to make french toast. This recipe is definitely a winner. The husband and kid even liked it! We have so many ideas for this recipe. I would love to make a stuffing out of it and my non cooking husband is even brainstorming ideas. This is the only ‘chaffle’ recipe I have ever tried that I actually like. Thank you so much!

  • Sonya

    I just made these for lunch and used them as a hamburger bun….SOLD!!!! It was wonderful!!! Will be using this recipe from now on! Thank you!!!

  • Janet

    These are crazy! I have been off of low-carb for a couple of years 🙁 but I am back on and this is the best bread substitute I have ever tried. Couldn’t find my mini waffle maker so I doubled recipe and made a big round one and it still worked great.

  • Coreen Williamson

    Love it. I added some maple flavor and made a McGriddle.

  • Becky Turner

    Well that works pretty good!!!
    I doubled the recipe and used my 50 year old steel electric waffle iron with the 4 waffle spaces.
    They are about the best “bread” option I have found yet!
    Thank you

  • Rosa

    I just tried this recipe and instead of using almond flour I made it with grind pork rinds and used miracle whip instead of Mayo! It turned out really good just a little eggy taste so next time I will just use the egg whites (2)! Love the recipe with a little changes! 😊

  • Nira

    Hello! What size egg should I use? Medium or large? Thanks!

  • Carol L

    Wow. This was the best chaffle recipe ever. Every other one I have tried so far contained mozzarella and were heavy and too cheesy. This was great for a sandwich and is actually better than bread. I added a little garlic parm seasoning and some everything bagel seasoning. It was perfect. Thank you so much.

  • Linda

    I’ve been waiting for something like this for a long time! I love bread but just can’t eat it and I’m doing my best to follow a Keto way of eating. The Chaffle will help make that possible. I can’t wait to try some of the other recipes here. The White Bread Chaffle was great for my bacon, egg and cheese breakfast sandwich.

  • Ari

    Is it truly a chaffle if there is no cheese 🤔🤔 I must ask the hard questions haha

  • Debra

    Happy dance! I LOVE this recipe! Perfect bread substitution, I love having sandwiches at lunch and this fits the bill perfectly. Thank you!!!

  • Sabrina

    This is frickin AWESOME!!! As a low carber, I started off making pork rind tortillas. Then I started making cauliflower tortillas a few months ago. But THIS is soooo much easier! I already have a larger waffle maker, but I just ordered the three pack mini grill, waffle, and griddle makers last night on Amazon. It’s just me, myself, and I, and this recipe is a game changer! I also used this recipe to make tortillas/crepes, and they came out great (after a couple of tries) – Less is more for my tortilla/crepe attempts.

    I added some garlic granules and rosemary for a better taste. No need to add salt, since the baking powder has enough sodium . . .I my opinion.

    Can’t wait to try the desserts (no sugar option, of course). Thanks for this great alternative for low carbers/keto folks, like me!

    • Kasey

      Thank you so much! We are so glad you enjoyed them. Definitely try some of the dessert chaffles!

  • Lee

    I have the Dash mini maker griddle (4”) can I use that instead of the mini waffle maker?

  • Linda

    Best “bread” I have tried. Used egg whites. Awesome!

  • Audrey Just

    OMG. First thing I made in my new Dash mini waffle maker. I used 2 Tablespoons Greek yogurt instead of the Mayo. Awesome.

  • Dawna

    Has anyone tried substituting powdered pork rinds for the almond flour?

  • Candi

    I love these. I used sour cream instead of Mayo and add different seasonings depending on what I’m eating at the time. Dill weed for tuna salad, crushed red peppers for bacon and egg sandwich. Delicious. This is the best bread I have tried so far.❤️

  • Everett Gardner

    I tried this recipe for the first time this morning and it was great! I made a mistake on the recipe and put in a 1/2 cup of mozzarella shedded cheese it was so good. The Chaffle was crispy on the outside and soft in the middle. I going to try the original recipe also. Just thought I’d share this.

    • Kasey

      Can more cheese ever be a bad thing!?!?! Thanks for giving it a try! We are glad you liked it.

  • Linda

    Great recipe. I brushed the both sides non-stick regular waffle maker with light coat of canola oil and it made 2 chaffles in 4-5 min, then cooled several min on a cooling rack to crisp up even more. Excellent taste. We had a salami cheese sandwich with mustard. Delicious and so many possibilities.

  • Nancy Stanton

    Just WOW!!! Just made these for the first time. Amazing! I added one capful of vanilla and made French toast. I have a regular size waffle maker and it made one perfect square.

    • Kasey

      That variation sounds so tasty! Thanks for letting us know. We are glad you liked it!

  • Judi

    This made a delicious BLT and there are endless possibilities!

  • Sylvia

    This is great, now I can have my sandwiches! I use 4 egg whites (no eggy taste), 4 Tbs almond meal and sour cream. This gives me enough mixture to cook in the pancake maker and therefore nice sized sandwiches.

    • Kasey

      Thank you! We are glad you were happy with it. Thanks for sharing your modifications!

  • Tami

    Omgosh I just made the plain chaffle. Treated them just like a regular waffle
    Butter and sugar free maple syrup. They were the bomb. I see chaffle overload in my future!

  • Paris

    First Chaffle I’ve seen without cheese. Hhhmmmm…. I will give it a try and see.

  • Charlotte chaplin

    I have made these and had for my lunch today as an egg and bacon cold sandwich. Was lovely. Definitely will be making again.

  • Arlene Barry

    Added a little salt which helped a lot!!

  • Kristie

    Can the mayo be substituted with greek yogurt? If so, how much? Also, can I use a combo of almond and coconut flour? How much of each would I use?

    • Kasey

      Yes, the mayo & greek yogurt have an equal substitution ratio. You can do a mixture of the flours, but it just depends on how much of each you are wanting to use. It is a 4:1 substitution ratio from almond to coconut flour.

  • William

    Sound good

  • Judi bARNETT

    This sounds great! I am definitely going to try it using my contact grill and silicone egg rounds. I think I have seen square shaped ones as well. I never liked the idea of waffle shaped bread, so I never bought a waffle maker.

  • Anne

    Do you think these would work as a breadcrumb substitute if dried out/toasted and then processed down?

    • Kasey

      That is an interesting thought. I am not sure. Try it and let us know!

    • Kasey

      If it doesn’t work, a lot of people use crumbled pork rinds for a breadcrumb substitute!

  • Karen

    Oh wow! It does come out like a bread consistency. Very tasty. I had mine with avocado and a little salt and pepper on top. I do think next time…okay, most likely tomorrow, if I can hold out that long, I will throw it in the toaster before putting the avocado on top.

  • Kara Jones

    Tried this for lunch today with ham and Gouda warmed up, really really good! Thanks for sharing!

  • Stephanie

    I made this tonight and OMG it was fantastic as far as texture! The taste was good and satisfied my bread craving.

  • Debbie Trempe

    I am allergic to tree nuts, I need to use regular flour. How much would I need?

  • Jean

    Going to try these today! Question though: they’re called Chaffles (cheese+eggs) but there’s no cheese in the recipe… Is it missing from the recipe?

    • Kasey

      Hi! The cheese isn’t missing. Chaffle has just become kind of a catch all term for low carb waffle alternatives. Enjoy!

  • Nelli Zuccarelli

    Love it!! Made a sweeter version with monk fruit brown sugar, pinch of cinnamon, and 1tsp vanilla extract. It was perfect!! Thank you!

  • Faith

    We just made these using egg rings in a fry pan! They turned out great & love how they taste! Wish I could add. Pic. Thank you!

  • Sharron

    I don’t know what happened. I did not spray the WF but it crisped them up and they did not bind together. I followed the one persons idea of 3 tbs of Mayo (but I used Greek yogurt) instead of the 1:1 ration of Mayo/water. I also used two egg whites. Could baking powder be old? I also doubles the recipe because I do not have a mini waffle maker, just normal size. Thanks

    • Lyn

      @Sharron, hi there I made waffles on my 45-50yr old waffle maker I used to triple recipe then but I wasn’t on keto then either!
      I used to find that if I Beat the egg whites nice & stiff with electric beater then fold it in to rest of ingredients they turned out really well.
      If you like them crispy maybe they would crisp up nicely in the air fryer for a minute or two?
      I must have a go now myself as used to love waffles! I am trying to be gluten & Carb free

  • Patty Pashia

    Love, love, love having the taste of bread back. Can this recipe be done as a loaf?

    • Kasey

      We do not have a way to convert it to a loaf. We areglad you enjoyed it, though!

  • Sandy

    These are definitely the best bread substitute, very soft & not eggy at all.
    Thanks so much for the recipe.

    • Kasey

      Thank you! We love to hear that. We hope ypu continue to enjoy them!

  • Erin

    I made these for hubby & I for lunch today. We both thought they were delicious! Who needs bread?
    We’re excited to try them in so many ways; sandwiches, grilled cheese, tostadas or sopas, even as shortbread with strawberries and whipped cream…

    • Kasey

      Those all spund like yummy ideas! Thanks for sharing. We are glad you enjoyed them.

  • Pat

    Great recipe. However it’s a little eggy. I researched on the web and if you want to make that less of a problem, just use the yolk and a little more water. According to Dan on America’s Test Kitchen, the sulphuric compounds are in the white, not the yolk.

  • Denise

    I tried keto before and the hardest problem I had was not having any bread recipes that tasted good. I’m so excited to find this Wonder Bread Chaffle. I am looking forward to trying different variations. I lost 30 pounds before on keto and I am looking even more forward to a better success now that I can have sandwiches, tacos. waffles, And other things to call for bread. Thank you so much for this sharing this recipe. I did find another site that had chaffle recipes on it but there were no macros for it so thank you very much for including them in your recipe.

  • Sarah

    HEAR ME OUT- This “bread” was so good that I fearlessly put natural peanut butter on it with a pinch of salt and stevia. (It was delicious.) Great recipe, thank you!

  • Nikki

    This is my absolute favorite chaffle recipe for sandwiches! The texture is awesome and really tastes so good with anything you put on it! So far I’ve done egg and bacon, tuna salad, chicken salad, nut butter and sugar free jelly… you could go on and on! Thanks for sharing!

  • avondarcye

    I like them crispy if they aren’t that crispy can I pop them in the toaster oven?

    • Kasey

      Yes! These can go in the toaster oven once fully cooked. Enjoy!

  • Linda

    I don’t have a waffle iron. Could these be made in a skillet like pancakes?

  • Andrea Fosdick

    The texture of these is great. Soft like sandwich bread. I used very fine almond flour so they don’t feel gritty. Very good. I will be making these again. Thank you!

  • Dominique M

    Made these this morning!!! I added a tablespoon of ground flax and some chopped up sausage and they were absolutely delicious! I’ve been on the hunt for a recipe for chaffles without cheese in them and I’m so glad I found yours! Thanks so much.

  • Erica

    These are fantastic!
    Thank you! So much better than the egg version.
    This is my new go to!!

  • Squeaky

    I use my dash grill, not waffle iron, for these and they are a great English muffin keto sub! Try them with everything bagel seasoning sprinkled on top right before you close the lid. Yum! So good for breakfast sandwiches! I do like it in my Belgian waffle maker also.

  • Keto Wife

    I honestly think this is the best bread substitute recipe I’ve tried. We have a dash mini and that works great but sometimes I want it to look more like bread. Picked up an old school sandwich maker and voila. I made a batch with Italian seasoning mixed in to use for garlic bread.

    Thanks for a great recipe.

  • Lisanne

    Just tried this today. Subbed in sour cream for the Mayo as that’s what I had on hand. Did smell a bit eggy while cooking but could not taste the egg at all!

    Light fluffy and delicious. Am considering getting a second dash so I can meal prep these for back to school next week.

  • Pam

    I’ve made this several times now and absolutely love it, have used as hamburger buns and hot dog buns or just used with some butter, have introduced to girlfriends who like it a lot too.

  • Debbi Harland

    I made these today and can honestly say they were da bomb! I cooked them in my pancake maker which makes 2 large pancakes so got a descent size for my sandwich…can’t wait to try a sweeter version…thanks for the recipe…keeper 😍

  • Lori

    This was the best one yet. Tasted just like bread! I wish I could add a pic! I did add a little salt and garlic.

  • Phyllis

    These are amazing! I added some everything seasoning and used these as buns for our Beyond Bugers. Thank you!!!

  • Jamie

    These were delicious and I’ll definitely be using this recipe a lot! Was just wondering if anyone else had their chaffels come out with a blueish tint.

  • Franchesca

    Have you tried frying this to make a funnel cake?

    • Butter Together Kitchen

      Nope not yet but that sound like a great idea! If you try it do let me know how that turned out 🙂

  • Naomi

    Made it with soften cream cheese in place of Mayo and doubled the recipe for my large Dash waffle maker that makes 4 chaffles. Amazing! Thank you!!

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