02 Jan Low Carb, Keto Chili Cheese Chaffle Fries
Chow down on these Low Carb, Keto Chili Cheese Chaffle Fries when you’re craving some real comfort food. Perfectly firm and crispy chaffles are sliced into “fries,” piled with meaty, beanless chili and topped with cheddar cheese, a hefty dollop of sour cream and a sprinkling of vibrant, flavorful chives.
In an ideal world, you’d make a big batch of my Low Carb, Keto Chili the day before and use part of the leftovers to make these Low Carb, Keto Chili Cheese Chaffle Fries. This recipe is big enough to share with a friend (or three) and super-filling since the “fries” are made primarily with mozzarella cheese, almond flour and eggs. Having the chili prepared beforehand means you just have to pop a couple of chaffles in your mini waffle maker, warm up the chili and snuggle up in front of your favorite Netflix show with a big bowl of major comforting deliciousness.
If you don’t have a mini waffle maker or mini multi waffle maker, you’ll want to grab one for this recipe. A larger waffle iron will work in a pinch. Just be sure to slice the “fries” thicker if it makes super-thin waffles. You want your “fries” sturdy enough to scoop up all that oozy chili goodness.
Low Carb, Keto Chili Cheese Chaffle Fries
- Slice each chaffle into "fries" by cutting on each side of the waffle squares (about 1/2" thick) with a sharp serrated knife and arrange in a bowl.
- Top with a scoop of the keto chili and add cheese, sour cream and chives.
- If you don't have a mini waffle maker or mini multi waffle maker, you'll want to grab one for this recipe. A larger waffle iron will work in a pinch. Just be sure to slice the "fries" thicker. You want them sturdy enough to scoop up all that oozy chili goodness.
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