Lobster Roll Chaffles

Lobster Roll Chaffles are a delicious variation of the classic Maine lobster roll, made with a low-carb, gluten-free, and keto-friendly bread. These chaffles make for a satisfying and filling lunch option. With their simple preparation and minimal prep time, they are incredibly easy to make.

Plus, they offer customization options, allowing you to use a low-carb keto-friendly chaffle, toast, or bun according to your diet preferences.

Homemade lobster roll served in-between a keto and low carb friendly chaffle bread roll.

How to make Lobster Roll Chaffles?


  1. Combine chopped chunks of langostino tails in a mixing bowl along with mayo and lemon juice.
  2. If making a chaffle as your bread, whisk egg, garlic powder, bay seasoning and shredded mozzarella cheese in a bowl. Pour chaffle batter into a pre-heated waffle iron and cook for 3-4 minutes until browned.
  3. To assemble, scoop a mix of langostino mix onto chaffles or bread and fold in half into a rolled up sandwich. Top with fresh chopped parsley.

Extra Flavors

Feel free to add some black pepper or even hot sauce to the lobster mix for extra bold flavors!

What ingredients do I need to make lobster roll?


  • Langostino Tails – precooked found in the frozen section. Can also use fresh or frozen lobster tails or claw meat if preferred.
  • Mayonnaise  – standard mayo of choice.
  • Lemon Juice – fresh squeeze lemon juice.
  • Parsley – freshly chopped and used for flavor and garnish.
  • Egg – beaten.
  • Garlic Powder – ground up garlic in a powder form.
  • Bay Seasoning – mix of various seasoning in powder form. Found at grocery stores.
  • Shredded Mozzarella Cheese – pre-shredded mozzarella cheese in a bay.

Why use langostino tails over lobster?

Opting for langostino tails in this recipe offers both convenience and affordability. These precooked tails provide a cost-effective alternative to using cooked lobster meat, making the dish more budget-friendly. Additionally, the langostino tails come frozen and precooked, allowing for easy handling and preparation, saving you time and effort in the kitchen.

Homemade lobster roll served in-between a keto and low carb friendly chaffle bread roll being picked up with hands.

How to store lobster or langostino mix?

To ensure freshness and longevity, store your lobster or langostino mix in an airtight container in the refrigerator. With proper storage, the mix can be safely kept for 4-6 days, allowing you to enjoy the flavors of your lobster roll creation over multiple meals.

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Homemade lobster roll served in-between a keto and low carb friendly chaffle bread roll.

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Homemade lobster roll served in-between a keto and low carb friendly chaffle bread roll.

Lobster Roll Chaffles

Indulge in the mouthwatering flavors of our Lobster Roll Chaffles. This keto-friendly and gluten-free recipe combines creamy langostino tails with flavorful chaffles, creating a satisfying and low-carb twist on the classic lobster roll. Perfect for seafood lovers, this dish is sure to impress with its delightful taste and easy preparation.
5 from 4 votes
Course: Lunch, Main Course, Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: keto lobster rolls, langostino rolls, lobster roll
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 8 minutes
Total Time: 11 minutes
Servings: 2 Waffles
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Calories: 210kcal


Lobster Mix



  • Gather all the ingredients.
  • Defrost langostino tails per package and add into a small mixing bowl, along with mayo and lemon juice. Mix well and set aside.
  • Plug-in Dash Mini Waffle Maker to pre-heat. Note - if using pre-made bread of choice, spread melted butter, garlic powder and bay seasoning on the toast and skip to step 6).
  • In a separate small mixing bowl, add egg, garlic powder, old bay seasoning, shredded Mozzarella cheese and beat well.
  • Place about ~1/2 of the egg mixture on to the Dash Mini Waffle Maker. Close lid and cook for 3 - 4 minutes. Repeat for as many waffles you are making.
  • Scoop lobster mixture onto the middle of the cooked chaffle, sprinkle optional parsley and enjoy!


Calories: 210kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 18g | Fat: 13g | Saturated Fat: 5g | Cholesterol: 188mg | Sodium: 470mg | Potassium: 52mg | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 308IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 154mg | Iron: 1mg
*Values Based Per Serving
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  1. Yaaaaaaassssss!!!!! I crave lobster rolls, this is awesome!!! I love the idea of Old Bay Seasoning in the Chaffle batter! I think I might experiment with use of tarragon and a little finely diced celery with the lobster mixture. Thank you!!

    • LowCarbingAsian

      Hey Natalie! Haha, we figured you’d like this one! Yup, the bay seasoning def makes this dish for sure! Let us know how your experiments turns out! Might have to try it out ourselves!

  2. Does it matter if the cheese is pre-shredded? I usually buy the rolls of Mozzarella cheese. Would be too moist? Maybe I could wrap it in a tea towel to draw out extra moisture…

    • LowCarbingAsian

      Hey Rosie – We’ve never used wet Mozzarella before, so can’t say for certainty, but I think it would work. The cooking time would probably be longer and the texture might be a little different, but would probably work.

  3. I ADORE your site. What a revelation for summertime! Got a side of salmon marinating in my fridge right now with your miso/sake/soy/serve mix…counting the minutes till tomorrow….AND got a dash mini waffle iron, bonito flakes, kewpie mayo, and wasabi powder on route!

    • LowCarbingAsian

      Hello Maria! Thank you for your kind words and so happy to know that you found some recipes on LCA that you can try! Hope you continue to come back for some more recipes!

  4. Linda Dickens

    Hi, is the carb count correct on this recipe? The recipe looks delicious and I can’t wait to try but I’m very strict when it comes to counting carbs. I thought the chaffles alone were already 3 net carbs?

    • LowCarbingAsian

      Hey Linda! I just looked it over and looks right from a whole number perspective (the program rounds numbers). But where did you get a chaffle is 3 net carbs? A single chaffle should be around 0.5 net carbs.

      • Linda Dickens

        That’s great to know! But as for the chaffle I found a recipe that listed it as 3 net carbs ??‍♀️. After looking at more recipes, that used the same ingredients, the net carbs always varied from site to site.

        • LowCarbingAsian

          Yeah, net carbs can vary a quite a bit depending on what database they are using, the brand of the product, how they round numbers, etc. When in doubt, calculate it yourself!

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