Caramel Cinnamon Chaffles

Caramel Cinnamon Chaffles

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Chaffles are my favorite thing to make for breakfast because it is so easy to switch up the flavors from sweet to savory. These Caramel Cinnamon Chaffles are a new addition to the rotation because of how easy they are to make. They’ve only got a few ingredients and whip up in less than a minute in your mini-food processor or in my case my Nutri Ninja personal blender.

Caramel Cinnamon Chaffles

Caramel Cinnamon Chaffles

We make our pizza chaffle recipe quite often for lunch and have been making my lupin flour pancake mix as waffles so I’ve been wanting a different flavor.

These Caramel Cinnamon Chaffles are soft, delicious, and really have an amazing flavor that you will love year-round but they’re so perfect for fall.

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To make these, I used:

I used the unblanched almond flour because I like that it has the skins of the almond on their still. I use it in recipes that aren’t cakes that can take a little extra roughage. I got two big Belgian size waffles from these ingredients so if you’re using a mini Dash waffle maker then you’ll get around six chaffles.

Pulse all the ingredients in a mini food processor or personal blender until the cream cheese is thoroughly incorporated and then pour a small amount of batter onto a heated waffle maker to make your waffles. Cook for about 3 minutes each. Just watch until there’s no more steam coming from the closed iron.

Other keto chaffle recipes to try:

These little flavored liquid stevia bottles make it really easy to switch up the flavors of this pretty basic recipe. I’ve ordered the Sweet Drops Pumpkin Spice and the English Toffee for my next creations. I also have big plans for the banana-flavored ones!

Caramel Cinnamon Chaffles

Caramel Cinnamon Chaffles

Yield: 2
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 8 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Easy keto breakfast waffles perfect for fall!


  • 2 eggs
  • 4oz cream cheese
  • 3 squirts caramel-flavored liquid stevia
  • half cup almond flour
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon powder


  1. Blend all ingredients well in a mini food processor or personal blender
  2. Pour a small amount into pre-heated waffle iron and cook for 3 minutes each
  3. Allow to cool on a cooling rack before serving


These are pretty sweet enough on their own, I didn't use any syrup, I simply slathered with butter.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 2
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 302

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