This Blueberries and Cream Chaffle Recipe is what you need in your life if you're looking for a sweet and small recipe. This keto chaffle recipe will satisfy every taste bud and leave you wanting more!
These bite-sized snacks make for the perfect breakfast or afternoon snack. You can also finish off your night with this sweet chaffles recipe! A sweet tooth must always be satisfied.
If you have a soft spot for blueberries and cream, these chaffles are perfect for you. Blueberry and Cream Chaffles are easy and quick to make and will leave you with all your cravings curbed.
To make chaffles, you can either use a Belgian waffle maker or your choice of a mini waffle maker. If you want to enjoy it as a little snack or a full desert, the choice is yours.
This chaffle recipe is a bit different from a traditional chaffle. These chaffles would be categorized as dessert chaffles and, in my opinion, they are a lot more fun.
Blueberries and Cream Chaffle Recipe
In case you are new to the chaffle world, here is a quick explanation. There are so many ways to go when it comes to making chaffles.
You can use different kinds of cheese for keto and low carb chaffle recipes, you don't have to only use mozzarella cheese. And you can opt to use almond flour as opposed to coconut flour too.
The ingredients in dessert chaffles stray a little different from traditional chaffles. Traditional chaffles are usually made with cream cheese, eggs and cheese, hence "ch-affels" aka cheese waffles. They usually act as a substitute for breakfast sandwich buns.
Throw it all in a dash mini waffle maker, or make a giant 1 using a waffle iron and you have a treat for your keto diet.
Although you can add seasonings to the basic recipe, dessert chaffles tend to have a few more add-ins and flavor. No need to just stick with just cheese and eggs. A little taste bud party never killed anybody.
With the Blueberries and Cream Chaffle Recipe, the add-ins would be the blueberries, cream and vanilla extract. Desert chaffles are also made with sweetener, coconut flour, and baking powder. The sweeter the better.
Whether you choose to make a traditional chaffle or a fun dessert, when it comes to actually making them, the steps are extremely easy. All you have to do is combine your ingredients to make the batter and put it into a waffle maker.
The type of waffle maker you choose to use is completely up to you. You can have a snack-sized waffle with a waffle maker or a full one with a normal Belgium waffle maker.
Making chaffles is so simple and easy and it makes for a great family dessert. Whether you have a full house or an empty nest, you can make however many are right for you and your family. And your family will love this chaffle recipe.
Can You Reheat Chaffles
Yes, you can reheat chaffles! You an freeze them after making them and after that you have a few options. You can either defrost them in a microwave or you can set your air fryer to 300 for about 2-3 minutes to defrost them.
There is so much fun to be had when it comes to chaffles. In case you are unfamiliar, let me fill you in. From blueberries to strawberries to just cheese and egg, the possibilities really are endless.
Topping these Blueberries and Cream Chaffles off with some freshly washed and dried blueberries is a great choice! You can enjoy these chaffles with a cold glass of milk and a smile.
You can't go wrong with this Blueberries and Cream Chaffle Recipe. And if you're not a fan of blueberries, try chocolate chaffles with strawberries! There is a chaffle for everyone!
If you love chaffle recipes, then you really need to check out these amazing Chocolate Chaffles with Strawberry. This keto bread is also to die for!
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