Best Bread Chaffle Recipes Compared – Six Viewer Submissions, including “Wonder Bread”

Best Bread Chaffle Recipes Compared – Six Viewer Submissions, including “Wonder Bread”

hey there it’s Steve from SeriousKeto
and in this video we’re gonna try out
six different chaffle bread recipes but
before we do that if you enjoy low carb
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release a new video over the last six
weeks to month in that range my comments
section in my various chaffle videos
have just been filled with suggestions
and requests I also get a lot of people
sending me recipes saying hey you gotta
try this this tastes just like bread so
for this video we’re gonna take six of
those submissions from my viewers that
they claim are the most bread like
chaffle that they’ve had and we’ll see
what we think for each one of these
recipes I will be giving credit to the
person who submitted them to me in the
comments section or people if there was
more than one the first recipe that we
are going to do is going to be the
Wonder Bread recipe and this was
submitted to me by Blah Garcia he also
credited Sylvia Andion and I’m hope I’m
getting all the pronunciations correct
on this let’s whip it up we start with 1
egg beaten to this we’ll add a
tablespoon of almond flour an eighth of
a teaspoon of baking powder a tablespoon
of mayonnaise and a teaspoon of water
excellent stick with my plunger whisk
for this and for each through these
recipes I’ll be doing two chaffles just
to see how much batter we have it’s been
about three minutes and they have
stopped steaming so let’s take them out
put them on a wire rack to cool we’ve
let these cool for a couple of minutes
they’re still slightly warm pliable nice
color it’s a very light texture to it so
I can see how some people might give it
the name Wonder Bread it does definitely
have an eggy taste to it so if you’re
opposed to the egginess of a chaffle this
probably isn’t gonna be for you but for
those folks asking if you can do a
cheeseless chaffle which I guess would
just be an awful this is not awful this
is this is tasty and I think if you’re
looking for a cheeseless chaffle this
could be the ticket so – Blah Garcia and
Silvia Andion thank you for the
suggestion this was good the next
chaffle bread submission came from
Aaron Bailey
we start with one egg beaten – this will
add a little less than a half a cup of
mozzarella a quarter cup of almond flour
1/8 of a teaspoon of arrowroot flour and
1/8 of a teaspoon of xanthan gum mix
this together and I probably should have
mix the dry ingredients together first
and then the wet but we’ll just make
sure we give this a really thorough
mixing this batter is quite a bit
we’re at the 4-minute mark and both of
these have stopped steaming so let’s pop
them out to the cooling rack nice color
let’s give it a taste this is another
good one I like the denser texture I
think this would stand up better to a
heartier sandwich than the Wonder Bread
truffle I kind of feel like this one
with a little bit of yeast like if you
let some yeast proof for a while and get
bubbly and fragrant and then added it to
this this could be a really excellent
bread substitute so thank you Aaron for
your submission the next bread chaffle
submission came to me from viewer Sissy
can do it and I think that the recipe
she sent me was for a double batch so
I’m gonna cut that in half and just make
a single batch we start with one egg to
this we’ll add a tablespoon of
mayonnaise and a tablespoon of heavy
whipping cream we’ll beat this together
then we’ll add a tablespoon of oat fiber
a half tablespoon of everything but the
bagel seasoning and a quarter cup of
it’s been 5 minutes and our truffles of
wit steaming so it occurred to me as I
was watching the batter overflow out of
one of my – mini waffle makers that
Sissy probably gave me this recipe as I
was reviewing the – no mess for waffle
in which case I think her original
recipe double what I just made would
have been absolutely perfect let’s see
how it tastes this has a very
interesting texture the outside is firm
the inside is soft for me and this is
purely a matter of taste I think that
the amount of everything but the bagel
seasoning is a little bit strong or
maybe the brand that I have is stronger
so I might dial that back a bit so I
think this is a recipe that would really
really lend itself well to like the – no
mess or any waffle maker that’s got the
deeper cavities because I think then the
interior will firm up a little bit more
which is kind of the way that I like it
I’m definitely gonna have to try this
out on the no mess I think I may have
shortchanged this recipe a little bit by
doing it in the mini griddles our next
bread recipe comes to us from Amy
Henderson we start with 1 egg beaten –
this will add 1 ounce or 2 tablespoons
of softened cream cheese next we’ll add
1 tablespoon of almond flour 1/4
teaspoon of baking powder and a pinch of
garlic powder mixed together and into
our trifle makers
it’s been four minutes and they have
quit steaming so let’s pop them out to a
cooling rack similar to that first one
that Wonder Bread one it’s a little bit
more pliable this is very cakey in
texture in fact I think if you didn’t
put that pinch of garlic in something
like this you throw it in the toaster
and throw a little no added sugar
strawberry jam or something like that on
it or some cream cheese or both this
would be really good in terms of
sandwiches I like a little bit heartier
chaffle but I could definitely see this
served on the side of some bacon and
eggs or something like that with
breakfast this next recipe was submitted
to me by Diana Butler and she said it
came from sui generis who I couldn’t
find a YouTube channel for so let’s make
it up this recipe starts with two egg
whites two teaspoons of water two
tablespoons of softened cream cheese and
I’m gonna whip that together before
adding the dry ingredients then we add
four tablespoons of almond flour 1/4
teaspoon of baking powder and a pinch of
garlic salt again I think without the
mozzarella I can use my plunger whisk do
a better job into our chaffle makers
it’s been four minutes and they have
quit steaming so let’s pop them out nice
color and now for the taste
alright I’m not even gonna finish
chewing this this is really quite
excellent I mean it’s got a very white
bread sort of taste to it
the texture is pretty much spot-on if
you are looking for something that has
the taste and texture of white bread and
doesn’t have any of the eggy taste this
is the one right here for you so Diana
thank you thank you for recommending
this wow this is good the last recipe
that I have here comes from one of my
facebook followers Dave Watson maybe
he’s a YouTube follower as well and dave
said that this is his go-to recipe for
hamburger buns so I figured I’d kind of
throw it in it’s just a bonus to the
bread video Dave did not specify the
quantities though on the amount of onion
powder or sesame seeds that he used so
Dave if I screw up your recipe I
apologize I’m just gonna kind of wing it
with what I feel at the right amounts we
start with 1 egg beaten to this we add
1/2 cup of mozzarella a tablespoon of
almond flour quarter teaspoon of baking
powder a teaspoon of sesame seeds and a
healthy to finger pinch of onion powder
mix it up and into our truffle makers
it has been five minutes and they have
quit steaming
all right Dave let’s try out your burger
bunch awful I like this I really enjoy
the flavor I think if perhaps an
additional add in whether that’s xanthan
gum or perhaps psyllium husk or
something to maybe give it a little bit
more chew I mean I eat some pretty fat
burgers so I’d want something that could
stand up to that but this is solid so
while all of these were cooking I kind
of kept eating the ones that I had
already made and none of them are bad
but if I were to give sort of my summary
opinion and this is just an exhibition
not a competition
no wagering please I would say that
first off the one that was submitted to
me by BlahGarcia and I know it wasn’t
his recipe originally that one was
probably my least favorite it had sort
of that most eggy taste to it so if you
don’t like the eggy taste of a chaffle
that one’s probably not gonna be for you
I really like the texture of the recipe
that Aaron Bailey submitted to me I like
that chewier heartier sort of chaffle
when I’m making a sandwich and the
flavor kind of grew on me over time
that’s the one I kind of kept going back
to and munching on as I was making
videos the recipe submitted by Amy
Henderson had a very nice cake type
texture to it
and I would if I were keeping the recipe
as is I would serve it alongside you
know like bacon and eggs with just a
little butter on it or remove the garlic
from it and put a low sugar jam of some
sort on it as I think about it I’m
pretty sure that that recipe that Sissy
can do it submitted to me she submitted
for use on the four waffle – no mess or
any other four waffle waffle-maker
I think the interior would cook a little
bit more to the texture that I like I
would also think about maybe dialing
back on the everything bagel seasoning
that kind of was a bit overpowering to
me that said I did put some cream cheese
on it and that balanced out the
everything bagel seasoning and
it was pretty good so if you’re gonna
make this recipe throw some cream cheese
on it it’s yummy
Dave Watson’s burger bun suggestion I
really like the addition of the sesame
seeds and that little pinch of onion
powder not too overpowering it really
tasted pretty darn good now in the weeks
ahead I’m gonna do some more
experimentation with some of the various
add-ins that I haven’t used so far and
perhaps combinations of them to see if I
can get that chewier texture out of
bread chaffles and pizza crust chaffles so
that might be a good addition to Dave’s
recipe once I figure out what the right
ingredient is and lastly that recipes
submitted by Diana Butler that she said
came from sui generis I’m hoping I’m
pronouncing that right but I definitely
need to investigate this and make sure
the right person gets credit for this
because it is a great white bread chaffle
if white bread is something you feel
that you’ve been missing on the keto
diet this is the recipe for you so if I
used any of your recipes and I screwed
something up or you do it in a different
way say you do it in a nutribullet or
food processor or you have some
different methodology that makes it
better and I didn’t do it that way let
me know down in the comments and let me
know if you’re comfortable with me
giving you credit for this recipe out on
my website thanks for watching

100 thoughts on “Best Bread Chaffle Recipes Compared – Six Viewer Submissions, including “Wonder Bread”

  • This is a great video, and I loved seeing all the different options! Are you taking more recipe suggestions in the future? I have a "typical waffle" recipe and came up with some "pizza fry" chaffles the other night on which I'd love to see your opinion!

  • I seen that recipe for the first one with the mayonnaise with people saying it tastes just like Wonder Bread. No it doesn't not to me.

  • Thank you for including my recipe in your video! I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Try it as a BLT. It feels like you’re cheating haha.

  • May I suggest that you try leaving one of two chaffles in the dash for a longer amount of time to compare the textures.

  • "Some strawberry jam or cream cheese….or both" LOL Love it!! Thanks for the great comparison. I now have more recipes to try. Thanks again!

  • I made the original chaffle and added a 1/2 tsp swerve confectioner and a tiny amount of cake batter extract. Love that you try all these out and we can pick which will work best for our homes./Kathy

  • Your videos are THE best! I'm using an old round waffle maker but think I need to "invest" 25 bucks in a couple real chaffel makers. Chaffels are game changers for us keto/low carb folks!!! TFS ?

  • Loving your chaffle videos! Can you please do some more using the Dash No Mess? I'm really struggling with this thing. I prefer the mini Dash but when I'm cooking for me and my husband it's just not practical so I got the big Dash. I find it difficult to get the chaffles "level" in the big Dash meaning, I'm using the recipe you showed submitted by Diana Butler that uses egg whites & cream cheese so it's a little more liquid and it flows more to the front of the waffle maker which I guess isn't perfectly level. I put down a bit of shredded cheese first, then the white bread recipe, then a little more cheese but I end up with holes in my chaffles toward the back even though I make sure that the batter is filling and covering the waffle prongs (?) on the bottom. This is a problem when I'm trying to use these as bread or buns because I don't want mayo or sauces leaking out. PS: Put down a little cheese first on the bread waffle recipe and you'll get that bit of crunch and heartiness missing with just the bread batter alone. My husband isn't keto but he's happy with chaffles as a bread replacement in the house which is a total win!

  • BIG help!!! I wrote them out side by side to compare. It gives me a better look at what different additions add to the taste and texture. I will certainly try #2 I liked the crunch and wil try it with yeast too.And #4 without the garlic And #6 with whole eggs and maybe a touch of Xanthan gum. This is fun!!

  • Wow! Just Wow! I had to print off all of these recipes. I'll be trying all of them!
    Your web site is awesome! So user-friendly!
    I am getting that cool wisk. Never even saw it before, but I like how easy it is to mix right in the measuring cup!
    Glad to find you on fb, too. Here's a fan of yours! Blessings!

  • Hey Steve,,,You absolutely have the best channel out there! No complaints here! Can't wait to try a couple of these recipes. I looked up your web site and did not see the plunger wisk… Amazon? Yes,,do a tool video…we ALL love new gadgets..LOL. still work'n on my elusive PUMPKIN Muff….but I can only EAT just so much! LOL tried using canned coconut milk, 1 Tbl. And 1/2 tsp. Pumpkin spice…..not bad……not great! LOL. Maybe 2 egg white, almond flour, baking powder, spice and the milk????? Next time…LOL. Have a great day! ? ?M

  • I'm thinking to perhaps eliminate the eggy taste just use egg whites for all the ones that call for eggs ??‍♀️.

  • I took Diana Butler's recipe submission and added about 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract and a nice sized pinch of cinnamon…! This was so perfect for the classic butter and syrup chaffle experience. Thank you thank you for sharing this! I can finally have waffles without that eggy taste! So so so good.

  • Been waiting on this video! So glad you enjoyed all of our bread recipes, feel free to share wherever. And you're right, when I use it for cream cheese or Jam, I leave out the garlic powder haha. Sometimes I use a little peanut butter also on top

  • Sorry if this has already been covered, but I'm having a little trouble following which recipe is which. In the video you identify them by people's names, but there under the video, by names of a bread type. Obviously not that hard to figure out, just a little tricky for the 64 year old brain . ? maybe something to consider for the future? LOVING your videos!

  • Hi Steve! Thanks for trying my recipe! You are right about the seasoning! I got a new bottle and it is much stronger! Keep the chaffles coming! Oh I have that same wisk! Found it at the Dollar Tree!

  • I make mine with 3 TBSP egg whites, 2 TBSP almond flour, 1 TBSP avocado mayo, 1/8 tsp baking powder, 2 tsp water and one or two drops plain stevia. I’ve become obsessed. I might add some oat fiber to it.

  • The subtitles are hilarious. Watching it try to find similar words to chaffle is a whole other level of entertainment. Had to watch this video twice.

  • I did recently try a recipe from Keto Rewind, will leave the recipe below. Its very good but.. the batter turns really thick and it puffs up in the Dash. Im going to try to flatten the batter first next time but makes a great bread sandwhich chaffle.

    50 grams egg whites
    1 tsp yeast
    3 drops liquid stevia
    1/4 cup mozzarella cheese
    1 TBS psyllium husk powder
    pinch of salt
    1/4 cup mozzarella cheese for waffle iron

  • I have seen a number of chaffle videos but have yet to make one. I do want to try and find a churro chaffle recipe. I used to love churros!

  • Thanks for this! I’ve been asleep all day and haven’t been able to work on anything in the kitchen. I’m definitely gonna try these recipes! Thanks to all the wonderful people out there who gave you these suggestions! ??

  • I'll share this with all of my KETO friends/family.

    Thanks for all you have done to make things so much easier for me!
    Wishing you and yours well, Bonnie

  • Looking forward to your tweeks on the last 2 recipes you did in this video, especially if you experiment with yeast, psyllium husk or xanthan gum

  • Would you try a Chaffle recipe with yeast, like you mentioned? Roadhouse rolls Chaffle (uses inulin to feed yeast) or your own variation?

  • Oh yeah. Excellent stuff. I'm going to be trying at least 3 of those myself. As always, it's great that you bring these recipes to our attention Steve. Keep up the awesomeness.

  • I am so excited to try the one with the egg whites. I would love to have a sandwich again. Now if we could find braunschweiger that is keto friendly, I would be on cloud 9.

  • I'm sorry but you need to make sandwiches to test taste these. I love the Wonder Bread Chaffle. This morning I took two of them to work and for lunch I picked up Sonic's sausage, egg & cheese toaster. Took it back to my office and transferred the sausage, egg and cheese (which I had them put in-between the sausage and egg), trimmed away the corners of the egg…I still had plenty, and ate the whole thing. It was yummy. Friday night at the high school football game I bought a cheeseburger and put it in-between the two chaffles…it was very good considering I didn't have mustard or mayo…but I did have bread & butter pickles which I sub for chips. I'm just saying please don't put this Wonder Bread Chaffle down until you cool them and use them in sandwiches.

  • Hi Steve! you are my favorite Keto channel by far! Perhaps in the future we can see you do a battle of the burgers…which chaffle holds up the best! I am game! Thanks again for the vids!

  • Steve I have a question for you, you mentioned about proofing the yeast (if you were to use it), are you able to proof it without using real sugar? I tried with a sugar substitute & it didn't work out very well, but then again it could just be me. lol

  • I miss my bread more than anything! And this review helps to know which recipes out there are the best ones to try! Thank you!!!!!

  • Excited about trying "The best white bread" chaffle! We've definitely been missing white bread! Thanks for putting them all to the test! ?

  • Great video!! Thanks for the work you do in these show and tells. They have all been a great help and resource to my wife and I in our keto journey. We are still searching for that perfect sandwich "chaffle" and perhaps one of these will fill that niche.

  • Thanks for introducing the white bread chaffle. It turned out great, even with non-dairy cream cheese. Looking forward to trying it in the griddle also.

  • the yeast won't rise without gluten but will give it a bread flavour. a lot of gluten free recipes add it for that reason. I will try also

  • I substituted the sesame seeds (because I didn't have those on hand) with 1/4 tsp of sesame seed oil (Imperial Dragon brand) WOW! So Good! Thank You everyone for sharing.

  • You responded to one of my posts I guess…You said "Yes You do", well I don't know what post that was, but now I am interested to know…..Thank You

  • Dang, when you were saying how you liked each one at the end of the video, I wish you would have also said the name of the chaffle as well as the person it was from. I was already playing and stopping to type up these recipes and I understand you want to give credit where credit is due, but I had to go back to beginning to see who contributed which chaffle. Ugh!

  • Could she have meant: “Sui generis (/ˌsuːi ˈdʒɛnərɪs/;[1] Latin: [ˈsʊ.iː ˈɡɛnɛrɪs]) is a Latin phrase that means "of its (his, her, their) own kind; in a class by itself; unique."[2]
    I can’t wait to try this one! I miss toast the most! I love your channel and wish you great success! ??

  • FINALLY!!! Something that almost tastes like white bread. The one from Diana Butler tastes 90% like white bread!
    Put PBJ on it and you will never be able to tell the difference!!!


  • FINALLY!!! Something that almost tastes like white bread. The one from Diana Butler tastes 90% like white bread!
    Put PBJ on it and you will never be able to tell the difference!!!


  • Chaffles are great because you can make them into whatever bread or dessert you want, pretty much! I’ve been experimenting with ingredients and made some amazing recipes!

  • Thank you for doing this. I love the recipe for white bread. I changed it a little and made a waffle this morning. Later I made the regular recipe to have a ham sandwich. ?

  • Love your chaffle videos! Would be helpful to either refer to the name of the recipe in your summary, or add the submitter’s name in the list under details.

  • Hello,
    This was my first time seeing one of Your videos. I really liked it. I liked the comparisons that You shared and look forward to watching more of Your videos. Thank You for sharing these recipes with Us and Your honest opinions on them. I did give You a like and subscribed to Your channel also.
    My Best to You and Your's.

  • Thanks for your videos trying all of these! It helps me decide what to buy/try, without buying too many special ingredients. All the best non-eggy ones seem to have almond flour, which I can’t use in my kitchen. I’ll have to try the oat fiber, but need to buy some.

    When I’ve used the everything but the bagel seasoning, with cream cheese, I’ve just sprinkled it on the cream cheese, rather than put it in the (basic) chaffle batter. Some smoked salmon is nice with that combo too.

  • You might want to try experimenting with hemp seeds. I made a pizza crust recipe with them and was very surprised at how chewy and sturdy it was.

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