The chaffle plane is ready for takeoff with this Maple Bacon Chaffle recipe so hop on while it's still fresh! Then you will be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy the savory flight.
Maple and bacon has always been a delicious combo used in all kinds of flavorings, meals, and desserts. Maple Bacon Chaffles will change the game.
Not only are chafes delicious and easy to make, but they are also keto! I bet these chaffles are sounding better than ever right about now.
What Are Bacon Chaffles Made Of
Chaffles are waffles that are made out of cheese and egg. The mix between cheese and waffles is where the term "chaffles" comes from.
For those on a keto diet, traditional chaffles are the perfect substitute for sandwich buns. Even though they are often used as buns, there are various other kinds of chaffles that can be eaten as meals as well.
Dessert chaffles, like the Maple Bacon chaffles, are one of my favorites. They have sweetener, coconut flour, and baking powder to add something to curb a sweet tooth.
These chaffles would be considered dessert chaffles because they have all of those sweet ingredients with some vanilla extract and maple syrup. Just because they are classified as a dessert doesn't mean you can't enjoy them at any time of the day.
These Maple Bacon chaffles are easy to make and can be used for any meal. Kids will love them for breakfast and crave them just as much for dinner. Feeding the family will become a simple task.
To make chaffles, you will combine your ingredients to make your batter. Once your batter is ready, you will add it to either a mini waffle maker or a Belgium waffle maker for the designated amount of time.
In just a few minutes, you'll be left with a sweet and savory Maple Bacon Chaffle! Once the smell starts seeping out of your waffle maker, it may end up being the longest few minutes of your life.
Mini chaffles are perfect when it comes to feeding the little ones. You will not have to worry about any going to waste.
Can You Reheat Chaffles
Yes! After freezing chaffles, they can be easily defrosted and reheated with either a microwave or an air fryer.
In order to reheat them in an air fryer, you will want to put your chaffles in the air fryer on 300 degrees Fahrenheit for 2-3 minutes. Once they are nice and warm, you can enjoy your Maple Bacon Chaffles all over again!
Chaffles will never get old because there are so many ways to switch them up. What other food is so versatile that it can be a sandwich bun or a dessert?!
This keto recipe definitely belongs in your home and your family and friends will love you once they get a bite of your chaffle. Try all of the other fun and delicious chaffle recipes as well to keep you on your toes!
A chaffle a day help the keto stay!