So, I've jumped on the chaffle band wagon. I've been saving Pinterest chaffle recipes for a while now and I finally bought a tiny waffle maker and have started experimenting with it. Other than the fact that the waffles are tiny (but the perfect size for a bread replacement) and each take about 4 minutes to cook, it has been a fun thing to try.
I made these chaffles for cheesy bread to have with some beef tips I cooked in the Instant Pot. In full disclosure, Dave thought they were a little eggy. I didn't think so, but I haven't had real bread for a couple years now.
This recipe made 8 chaffles, I covered 4 in cheese and broiled them for dinner and we'll have the other 4 as little pizzas later this week. I'm hoping the tomato sauce, pepperoni and cheese make them taste less eggy for Dave.
They do take a bit for cooking, I did see a 4 burner chaffle maker you can buy, but I just do other things around the kitchen while they cook so it wasn't a big deal for me. I've enjoyed the savory chaffles, now I'm looking for some sweet options. Do you have a favorite?
|Add a layer of cheese, I used a cheddar and jack mix,|
|top with batter,|
|cook until nicely browned.|
|The cheese side is crispy.|
|For garlic bread, I added cheese and garlic powder on top|
and broiled until melty and browned
Garlic Bread Chaffles
4 oz. cream cheese, softened
4 Tbsp. almond flour
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
Heat your mini waffle maker according to manufacture's directions.
Mix cream cheese, eggs, almond flour and garlic powder.
Sprinkle bottom of waffle iron with shredded cheese. Pour about 3 Tbsp. of mix onto waffle iron and close top. Cook until waffle is cooked through.
Makes 8 mini waffles
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