This 3 Ingredient Waffle Using Low Carb Biscuit Mix, THM S is fast and easy…
and tastes just like a “real” waffle! Chaffles meets THM Friendly Biscuit Mix for a big win! This mainstream tasting waffle recipe was created for a quick fix breakfast or snack recipe that can be made in less than 5 minutes using cheese and egg plus the premixed biscuit ingredients.
It makes 1 full-sized waffle or 2 mini waffles and is super filling!
One of the sweet ladies, Denise, from my THM Southern Foodies group messaged me a chaffle recipe one morning that, she was “trying to love.” It was the first I’d heard of it so I immediately made one and found it to taste like egg and cheese in a waffle shape. I added pizza seasoning and dipped it in pizza sauce and had lunch. Not bad at all, just not a waffle.
Pictured (above) two mini waffles made in the Dash Mini Waffle Maker (aff link.) Or just make 1 big waffle in your regular (not belgian) waffle maker. 🙂
One thing that I did like about the chaffle was that it had a tough/crisp texture, sort of like the popular Eggo frozen waffles that I remembered. I’d been trying various ways to get that texture for a while using different methods.
The idea of just dumping the cheese and egg in with my biscuit mix in order to get the texture from the egg and cheese and the breadiness of the biscuit mix was born.
So, now we have it, a single serve real waffle that is just as quick to make as the chaffle but with WAY more benefits in terms of texture and flavor. ENJOY!
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My absolute favorite way to eat these 3 Ingredient Waffles Using Low Carb Biscuit Mix is all by themselves (protein is so high you don’t need meat) and topped with this Rich Buttered Sugar-Free Maple Syrup! You can find my -always incomplete- list of favorite Syrups and Sauces.
* OR 2 egg whites plus 1 tablespoon water *OR 1/4 cup carton egg whites (without added water)
*This batter will seem really thick and clumpy but it turns very bread-like in the waffle maker.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 266 Net Carbohydrates: 0g Sugar Alcohols: 0g
* OR 2 egg whites plus 1 tablespoon water
*OR 1/4 cup carton egg whites (without added water)
I warn you though, it’s so freeing to be able to make many on plan baked goods without dragging out all those dry ingredients; just scoop into a jar of biscuit mix, add your wet ingredients and bake!
- 1/4 cup Trim Healthy Mama Baking Blend
- 1/2 tablespoon Pristine Whey Protein Powder - or other on plan protein powder
- 1 1/2 tsp aluminum free baking powder (I've used Rumsford for years and it works!)
- 1/8 tsp cream of tartar
- 1/2 tsp Gentle Sweet (or 1/4 tsp Pyure or Truvia)
- 1/8 tsp THM Mineral Salt or (Celtic sea salt or Real Salt)
- *S Option: 1 tablespoon refined coconut oil -I buy Spectrum Refined Coconut Oil at Kroger or Tree of Life at my Natural Grocer
Mix all the ingredients together in a processor and pulse to blend or using a fork process together until the coconut oil is thoroughly mixed in.
Store in a tightly covered jar until ready to use. It would be best to refrigerate it but I've left it out of the fridge for weeks at a time as long as the baking blend is fairly fresh and never had a problem with it going bad.
*I have upcoming recipe(s) that call for the biscuit mix without the coconut oil so the recipes can be FP (low carb/low fat) if desired for those on THM. In the case of these recipes I will include a smaller batch recipe (like this one) with them for those who want to try it that way before making a whole batch.
I have begun to make this mix without the coconut oil and just add coconut oil into the recipes as I go so that I can be free to experiment with various recipes and it's working well. It's easier to mix initially without the processor and it's so easy to add the coconut oil (if needed) to the recipes with the other ingredients.