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Do you really want to spice up your recipes with exclusive keto chaffle ideas for tasty meals? Then keep reading...
Why Keto Chaffles are Popular? Why chaffles and not waffles? Chaffles are waffles that are made of eggs and cheese, with the latter ingredient being their base. You can, however, also add a few other ingredients to suit your preference and to get the most nutrition out of your chaffle. In fact, there are so many variations to this low-carb waffles that you can literally have a different chaffle recipe for every mood and occasion.
The main difference between a waffle and a chaffle is that instead of using cheese like chaffles, waffles use flour as their base ingredient. This means that chaffles do not contain as many carbs as waffles, with most containing below 5g. As such, if you are on a keto diet or you simply want to minimize on your carbs intake while still enjoying your delicious snacks, then chaffles is the way to go. In addition chaffles contain sufficient fat to ensure you attain the required level of macronutrients in your diet.
As we have already seen, the base ingredient for chaffles is cheese and these come in a wide variety. This makes it easy for you to produce varied chaffle recipes that bring out varying texture and flavors.
This book covers the following topics:
- What is a chaffle?
- What do you need to prepare a chaffle?
- How to prepare it
- Rules on how to make the perfect chaffle
- How to eat the chaffles
- 101 recipes
...And much more
The type of cheese you decide to use could be influenced by personal preference, availability of the cheese or other different factors. Some of the common cheeses you can use to give chaffles their texture and shape include mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, Colby jack cheese, cream cheese, parmesan cheese and others. It is important to note that cheese that is finely shredded will give you a finer taste compared to those that are thickly shredded, but you can test with different sizes of shreds and see what works best for you.
As you will also see in the recipes provided in this book, there is a vast range of ingredients you can use as chaffle toppings, which include kewpie mayonnaise, green onion and bonito flakes. Spices such as garlic powder and black pepper can also be used to spice up your chaffle toppings.
You can also use different sauces such as soy sauce, pasta sauce, Ketchup and Worcestershire sauce to accompany your chaffles and enhance their individual tastes. Different vegetables such as lettuce, tomato and cauliflower are also used to go along with your chaffles to ensure the chaffle meals you consume are not only filling but also nutritious.
You now probably want to try and make some chaffles but you do not know where to start. Well, luckily chaffles do not take up much time to prepare or even cook. Most recipes actually take just 4 to 6 steps as you will soon see. Most include mixing the ingredients together, pouring the batter onto the waffle plate and cooking for a few minutes with only a few variations to suit the different recipes. In about 5 to 20 minutes you should be done depending on the number of chaffles you opt to make.