Remember when the dash mini waffle maker craze began? I swear, I saw it everywhere – first, classic takes on regular waffles and then more and more tasty, delicious recipes. Bacon and cheddar cheese waffles? Yep. Red velvet waffles? It’s somewhere on the internet too.
We obviously got influenced as well and got the dash mini waffle maker ASAP. And to be honest with you, this was not a one time trendy hit – it’s still with us here, especially when we want something quick to eat.
How to use a mini waffle maker?
Using a mini waffle maker is one of the easiest things in the world. All you need to do is follow these simple steps:
- Plug in the waffle maker. Make sure there is no water around and the surface area is clean and free of any mess.
- Wait for the light to turn off. This simply means the waffle iron is hot enough and ready to use.
- Pour the batter in.
- Close the mini waffle maker. The light will turn on.
- Wait for the light to turn back off.
- You’re all set!
How to clean a Dash mini waffle maker?
I used to hate cleaning out any waffle maker or even panini maker I’ve ever had. Scrubbing left and right, always dealing with burnt pieces… what a nightmare!
There’s an easy way to clean a dash mini waffle maker in just minutes
First, warm it up until its fully heated to loosen up any grease or cheese. Unplug it.
Then, take a few pieces of paper towel, fold them, and dampen with warm water. Make sure they’re not soaked, just lightly wet.
Place them inside of the waffle maker and close it up for a few minutes. You’ll hear all kinds of sounds and sizzles, but don’t worry – you’re mini waffle maker is about to be squeaky clean.
Take it out and wipe it down. Just in case you have any bits left (which I’ve never had, but just in case) use a clean toothbrush.
21+ Best Dash Waffle Maker Recipes
Ready for a list of the best keto waffles ever? Read on to find out our favorite picks!
1. Keto Protein Waffle Recipe – KetoConnect
These keto protein waffles are an absolute staple in our household. You can eat them sweet with whipped cream and
All you need is a fork, a bowl and a waffle maker. Each waffle contains 1 gram of net carbs and over 15 grams of protein, so if you’re on the High Protein Ketogenic Diet to build muscle, this is a perfect meal for you.
2. Keto Classic Waffle Recipe – KetoConnect
Get bothered easily by an eggy waffle taste? No worries! These almond flour and coconut flour based keto waffles taste just like the real thing. Although they’re classic waffles, I prefer to eat them sweet with fresh berries, ice cream or whipped cream.
Grab your waffle maker and make them in just 15 minutes. At less than 5 grams of carbs per serving, you won’t get kicked out of ketosis. Plus, each one contains almost 40 grams of fat, so you’ll hit your daily fat goal in no time.
3. Keto Cauliflower Waffles with Bacon & Cheddar – KetoConnect
If you love anything cauliflower, you’ll definitely fall in love with this recipe too. If you find it difficult to incorporate more vegetables into your low carb lifestyle, these keto waffles made with cauliflower, bacon and cheddar cheese will hit the spot.
I’m not always a fan of a sweet breakfast and these are delicious, savory and just perfect. In just 30 minutes you can make six of these and share with your family or meal prep them for the next day or two. Plus, they’re less than 3 grams of carbs per waffle!
4. Keto Wonder Bread Chaffles Recipe – KetoConnect
Ever heard of wonder bread? It’s the easiest way to prepare keto friendly bread without all the carbs. Now, you can also make it in a mini waffle maker! It’s fluffy, delicious, and calls for 4 ingredients – mayo, egg, almond flour and baking powder.
With only 179 calories per waffle, you can eat a few and not worry about your daily calorie count if you’re on the ketogenic diet for weight loss. Plus, they’re only 2g of net carbs!
5. Keto 5-Minute Chaffles Recipe – KetoConnect
This is one of the best recipes I’ve got in store for you when it comes to the ketogenic diet. These delicious breakfast waffles are made with 2 ingredients only – eggs and shredded cheddar cheese. That’s it, nothing else.
Simply heat up your dash mini waffle maker, beat eggs together in a small bowl until combined, add cheese and place in the waffle maker. How’s that for the easiest keto lifestyle recipe on the face of Earth?
6. Keto Cinnamon Roll Chaffles Recipe – Butter Together Kitchen
Wait, you can have cinnamon roll waffles on keto without all the carbs? That’s right! Butter Together Kitchen has absolutely killed it with this easy, 15-minute recipe made for a dash mini waffle maker. Don’t worry about the mozzarella cheese inside – it’s such a versatile ingredient you won’t even taste it.
For the icing, Butter Together Kitchen recommends whipped cream with a bit of cinnamon so you can get the perfect cinnamon roll waffles. A bit of powdered sugar substitute on top and you’re all set for a delicious breakfast.
You may also like our keto cinnamon rolls recipe!
7. Keto Peanut Butter Chaffles Recipe – KetoFocus
These peanut butter waffles are full of healthy fats and protein to fill you up for the day. All you need is a mini waffle iron, an egg, some mozzarella cheese, peanut butter, monk fruit and vanilla extract to bring out all the flavors.
KetoFocus writes that if you want to put a bit more taste and richness into these waffles you can add more peanut butter, whipped cream on top and sugar free chocolate syrup on top.
8. Keto Dairy Free Chaffles Recipe – Sugar-Free Mom
Can’t do mozzarella cheese or cream cheese in your waffles because you’re lactose intolerant? Brenda from Sugar-Free Mom came up with these awesome dairy free batter for your dash mini waffle maker. They’re only 109 calories, made in just about 5 minutes.
The secret ingredient here is beef gelatin powder, which holds the mixture together without being clumpy or breaking apart. Although they’re based on coconut flour, I can guarantee you – you can eat it sweet with
9. Keto Bacon, Egg, And Cheese Chaffles Recipe – Saving You Dinero
Saving You Dinero love their dash mini waffle maker just as much as we do, and their breakfast waffles are to die for. You can never go wrong with a bacon, egg, and cheese combination and when it comes to these waffles… well, they’re delicious.
With only three ingredients and a mini waffle iron you can make these in less than 5 minutes (only 2 and a half minutes for cooking!). They also recommend sprinkling a little bit of extra cheese on top of the batter to give these waffles a crispy, cheesy flavor.
10. Keto Cheddar Jalapeno Chaffles Recipe – LowCarbingAsian
This combination is so delicious I’m actually salivating here. They’re crispy, flavorful and really easy to make even if you’re not a perfect cook. All you need is a mixture of egg, cheese and your favorite seasonings such as garlic powder to tie it all together and cook it on your mini waffle maker.
Each waffle is around 1.5 grams of net carbs and the total time to make these is 7 minutes. How’s that for an easy, quick and keto diet approved breakfast?
11. Keto Buffalo Chicken Chaffles – Adventures of a Nurse
One of the best things of owning a dash mini waffle maker is that there are so many delicious recipes to choose from! These keto buffalo chicken chaffles are the perfect savory snack or meal. This recipe is easy and quick to make, plus it will definitely satisfy any spicy cravings you may have.
Grab some leftover shredded chicken, cheese, hot sauce and a few other ingredients to make these delicious low carb waffles. To be honest with you, this is probably one of the best recipe ideas I’ve seen online when it comes to coming up with creative recipes for a mini waffle maker!
13. Keto Easy Oreo Chaffles Recipe – Low Carb Yum
Alright alright, enough with the savory recipes – let me tell you something about these amazing low carb Oreo chaffles recipe! They’re not only sweet and easy to make for breakfast – they will also remind you of the original Oreo cookies without all the carbs and sugar.
In order to get the best results, aside from using a dash mini waffle maker, Low Carb Yum also recommends using a smoothie blender to avoid any clumps and make the batter as uniform as possible. Eat them with sweetened cream cheese, chocolate sauce or serve just as they are.
14. Keto Pumpkin Chaffles Recipe – That Low Carb Life
Ready for the pumpkin craze? Fall is right around the corner, mornings are getting colder and aside from the usual pumpkin spiced latte there’s nothing wrong with having pumpkin waffles either! You can make these in under 20 minutes, just grab a waffle maker and simple ingredients.
All you need is cooking spray, 2 large eggs, some pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, coconut flour, vanilla extract and shredded mozzarella cheese. Don’t worry, your batter won’t taste like cheese at all. Dust it off with a bit of
Not sure about waffles, but want to check out other pumpkin ideas? Check out our post on The Best Keto Pumpkin Recipes!
15. Keto White Bread Chaffles Recipe – Butter Together Kitchen
White bread is one of those things I miss the most on the keto diet. It’s high in carbs, so having even half of a sandwich can quickly kick me out of ketosis and hold off my keto goals. Plus, the “carb hangover” isn’t even worth it.
However, these keto white bread chaffles are a perfect substitute for bread in any sandwich! All you need is an egg, almond flour, mayonnaise, baking powder and a teaspoon of water. Just whip out your mini waffle iron, mix the ingredients together and enjoy a crispy, fluffy waffle at any time of the day.
16. Keto Churro Chaffle Recipe – Sweet As Honey
These waffles are something between delicious cinnamon rolls and chocolate goodness. If you miss eating churros on the keto diet, you’ll absolutely fall in love with this recipe. They’re only 1.3 grams of net carbs per serving, so no need to worry about spiking your blood sugar or going over your daily carb limit.
Sweet As Honey recommends making it in a dash mini waffle maker and then cooling it down for about 5 minutes before eating for the perfect crispy texture.
17. Keto Grilled Cheese Chaffle Recipe – Low Carb Nomad
I’m a fan of all waffle maker keto recipes, but this one is definitely one of my favorite. Yummy waffles aren’t hard to come by especially since they’re so easy to make, but a grilled cheese is something out of this world – especially on a low carb diet!
Grab your mini waffle maker and an egg, garlic powder, shredded cheddar, American cheese and butter. That’s basically all you need to make this chaffle and enjoy it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Plus, it’s only 3 grams of net carbs!
18. Keto Gingerbread Chaffle Recipe – KetoFocus
Here’s another absolute banger from KetoFocus – gingerbread waffles. Since we’re coming in hot into the fall season, I can’t imagine not making these at least once. Just add a bit of sugar free, keto
As long as you have the ingredients ready, prep time and cooking time shouldn’t take you more than 10 minutes total. Serve them as is or with cream cheese on top to add extra fat and protein to your meal.
19. Keto Spinach And Artichoke Chicken Chaffle Recipe – Midget Momma
Honestly, you don’t even need to eat these waffles for breakfast – when I made them, they’re perfect for lunch or dinner. I agree with Lauren from Midget Momma, these are also perfect when dipped in sour cream. Absolutely tasty, filling and flavorful!
Each waffle is only 3 grams of net carbs, but 11 grams of protein. If you’re on keto to lose weight, these chaffles are both low carb and low calorie. Once you try this recipe you won’t leave your mini waffle maker alone!
20. Keto Garlic Parmesan Chaffles Recipe – Explorer Momma
I know garlic bread is not approved on the keto diet, but these keto garlic Parmesan waffles are as close as it can get to that garlicky carb taste. Total time including prep time takes only 7 minutes, so even if you’re busy in the morning trying to get out of the house quickly, you can always make these to go.
All you need is one egg, cheddar cheese, Parmesan cheese, minced or powdered garlic and sea salt. Explorer Momma recommends using a cooking spray before putting the batter into your mini waffle iron so it doesn’t stick. Top it with green onion or anything you wish!
21. Keto Chocolate Chaffles Recipe – Low Carb No Carb
Not only are these keto and gluten free, they’re also grain free and diabetic friendly. These mini waffles are fluffy with a perfect chocolate taste. If you want them to be more crunchy, you can replace cream cheese with mozzarella cheese.
Honestly these also make perfect waffle cones – just mold them right after you take them off the waffle iron and stuff with keto vanilla ice cream or whipped cream for a delicious desert treat.
Do you have a favorite chaffle recipe?
Let us know in the comments which recipe is your favorite!