Blueberry Chaffles

Blueberry Chaffles are a keto-friendly and gluten-free alternative to traditional blueberry waffles or pancakes. Made with low-carb ingredients, these delightful treats are easy to make and require minimal preparation time and ingredients.

Enjoy the deliciousness of blueberries in a convenient and healthier form with these satisfying Blueberry Chaffles.

Keto and low carb friendly blueberry waffle chaffles topped with fresh blueberries with sugar-free maple syrup being drizzled on top.

How to make Blueberry Chaffles?


  1. Simply mix coconut flour, sweetener, baking powder, cream cheese, egg, and vanilla extract with a hand mixer to create the batter.
  2. Pour the batter into a mini waffle iron or your favorite chaffle maker, add fresh blueberries, and cook for 3-4 minutes.

Pro Tip

Make sure you top the blueberry chaffles with whipped cream, a drizzle of low carb syrup, sprinkle or cinnamon, or your favorite fresh fruit!

What ingredients do I need to make blueberry chaffles?


  • Coconut Flour – fine ground Coconut Flour.
  • Sweetener  use your preferred sweetener.
  • Baking Powder – standard Baking Powder to help the batter rise.
  • Egg – at room temperature and beaten.
  • Cream Cheese – blocks and at room temperature.
  • Vanilla Extract – concentrated flavors of Vanilla found in baking section of grocery stores.
  • Blueberries – fresh washed blueberries.

What is a chaffle maker?

A chaffle maker, specifically a mini chaffle maker, is a compact waffle iron that is commonly used to make chaffles, which are low-carb waffles made primarily with eggs and cheese. The Dash Mini Waffle Maker is a popular choice for making chaffles due to its ideal size and quick cooking time. However, you can also use any regular waffle iron to create delicious chaffles with this recipe.

Keto and low carb friendly blueberry waffle chaffles topped with fresh blueberries and sugar-free maple syrup.

How many carbs in a blueberry chaffle?

A single Blueberry Chaffle contains approximately 3 net carbs, making it a low-carb option that fits well into a keto or low-carb diet. With only 3 net carbs per chaffle, you can enjoy this delicious breakfast treat while keeping your carbohydrate intake in check.

Can you freeze chaffles?

Absolutely! Freezing chaffles is a convenient way to have them readily available for a quick and satisfying breakfast. To freeze chaffles, place them in a ziplock bag, removing as much air as possible to prevent freezer burn. When you’re ready to enjoy them, simply warm them up in the microwave for a delicious and convenient meal.

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Keto and low carb friendly blueberry waffle chaffles topped with fresh blueberries and sugar-free maple syrup.

Blueberry Chaffles

Discover a delightful twist on classic waffles with our Blueberry Chaffles recipe. These keto-friendly, gluten-free, and low-carb blueberry waffles are packed with juicy flavors and are perfect for a healthy breakfast or snack.
4.08 from 14 votes
Course: Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine: Worldwide
Keyword: blueberry chaffle, breakfast chaffle, can you freeze chaffles, keto blueberry waffles
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 6 minutes
Total Time: 9 minutes
Servings: 2
Print Recipe
Calories: 109kcal



  • Gather all the ingredients. Note – For quick room temperature eggs, submerge egg in warm water for 3-5 min. For quick room temperature cream cheese, take amount needed and microwave for 10-15 sec.
  • Plug-in Dash Mini Waffle Maker to pre-heat.
  • In a small mixing bowl, add Coconut Flour, sweetener, baking powder and mix.
  • Next, add egg, cream cheese, vanilla extract and mix with a whisk until well combined.
  • Pour batter into waffle iron, top with 4-5 fresh blueberries and cook for 3-4 min until browned to liking. Enjoy with your favorite sugar-free syrup.


Calories: 109kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 8g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 97mg | Sodium: 145mg | Potassium: 50mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 3g | Vitamin A: 309IU | Vitamin C: 2mg | Calcium: 60mg | Iron: 1mg
*Values Based Per Serving
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  1. Please add the 1 tbsp of coconut flour to the recipe and include it on the macro count.
    Otherwise, I love all your recipes and your website.

    • LowCarbingAsian

      Hey Ann! Thanks for catching that and we’ve updated it! Thank you for your kind words and glad you like the website!

  2. Gloria Manna

    Hi I really love this recipe. I’m alittle confused with your carb count, you show 6carb substract 2 fiber I get 4 carb per chaffle, what am I doing wrong do not come up with your 2.5 carb count. If you can clarify this for me I will greatly appreciate it. Thanks

    • LowCarbingAsian

      Hello Gloria! Glad you like the recipe and sorry about the confusion on the carb count.

      The program we use to manage the recipe cards pulls the nutritional facts from an API database and often use incorrect values. That’s what’s causing the discrepancy.

      The correct net carbs are the ones we state in every post, as those are manually calculated from the ingredient packages we use in our recipes. Hope that clears that up!

  3. Delicious chaffes! I had been making keto pancakes, but now these chaffles are all my hubby wants, because the syrup gets into all the little squares and then… sinks in and makes them tender! The first time I used fresh blueberries; the second time I used dried blueberries–both were delish! Since I’m not big on waffles, for myself I make these without berries, toast them and slather cream cheese on them. I had been missing bagels from my carbo-loading days, but no more! Thank you for a recipe that doesn’t taste like cheese! I also like being able to use coconut flour.

  4. Is 2.5 net carbs for 1 chaffel or 2?? Serving size say 2.
    Please straighten me out, I really love these. But I want to make sure I’m counting right.

  5. These are the best, tastes like real waffles ?!

  6. Hello! I just tried making these and I’m so upset because they didn’t stay together whatsoever 🙁 I followed the recipe for exactly the only difference I can think of is I live in France and our cream cheese is really, really smooth and creamy (we don’t have the blocks). I want to try again (I also have a regular waffle maker and not the Dash, could this have been a problem? Thanks in advance!

    • LowCarbingAsian

      Hi Denna! I’ve never worked with French cream cheese, but from the way you described it, it could very well be the reason. I would suggest either adding a little more flour to help absorb the cream cheese or add another egg to help bind everything together. You could also try to use less cream cheese and see if that helps. Hope one of those adjustments works for you!

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