I Just Learned About Chaffles…

…at Diabetes Daily. I assume the word rhymes with waffles. From DD:

If you haven’t heard of the term “chaffle” yet, are you really living? The latest craze has taken the diabetes online community (DOC) by storm. One moment I was inquiring about what exactly a chaffle was, and the next, I found myself a golden ticket to an underground world with over 100,000 keto-crazed chaffle fanatics! What is a chaffle you ask? A chaffle is basically a cheese and egg alternative to bread, cooked in a mini (or regular, just adjust recipes accordingly) waffle maker that can be used for anything from breakfast foods straight through your after-dinner treat. It basically acts as a base to any creative concoction you can conjure up. Why are people with diabetes so excited about chaffles? Well for one, those of us who love to experiment with new low-carb options now have this new blank canvas to create from. But more importantly, this latest invention can also help keep your blood sugars in check straight from morning till night!

Click the link for recipes.

Source: 5 Chaffle Ideas to Get You from Breakfast to Dessert – Diabetes Daily

Steve Parker, M.D.

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4 responses to “I Just Learned About Chaffles…

  1. lowcarbdiabeticJan

    Many thanks for this Steve, they do look great and so quick and easy!

    All the best Jan

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  3. Helen L Dehner

    Simply had to make a batch this morning. I had plenty of eggs but whipped cream cheese with chives! OMG, deliciousness! Thank you!

  4. Nicky

    100,000 keto crazed (chaffle) fanatics. Now that is good (health) news!

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