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Low Carb Bagel {Chaffle Bagels!}

LOW CARB BAGELS made with Everything Bagel seasoning in a mini waffle iron – just 4 ingredients and ready in less than 10 minutes! Smear with a thick layer of cream cheese for a delicious and quick breakfast!

A low carb bagel topped with cream cheese and seasoning with a bite taken out of it.

There used to be this bagel shop in my town that sold bagel sticks – basically a bagel breadstick. 

Y’all, those were the best bagels of my life. 

Just me + a bagel stick + a bucket of cream cheese = pure heaven.

These days I avoid the bagels, but when the chaffle train came screeching into the low carb train station (I’ve had too much coffee today and my writing shows it), I instantly thought of an Everything Bagel Chaffle.

A low carb bagel topped with cream cheese and seasoning with a whole cut out of the middle.

(Not sure what a chaffle is? Read all about chaffles!)

Y’all. Y’ALL.

This is life.

low carb bagel made of chaffles

How to make keto bagel chaffles:

For the chaffle batter, you’ll need 1 egg, some mozzarella cheese, a little coconut flour, and some Everything Bagel seasoning. <— You can certainly use store-bought seasoning, but my recipe is quick, easy, and perfect!

Whisk together your egg, coconut flour, and seasoning and then stir in your mozzarella.

ingredients for low carb bagels

I really prefer finely shredded cheese in my chaffles, but use what you’ve got. 

Add half of that mixture to your waffle iron and cook for 3 minutes. Repeat with the rest of the batter.

A chaffle being cooked in a mini waffle maker

Bam. Everything Bagel Chaffles!

If you’re really feeling that bagel vibe, cut the center out of the chaffle with a sharp knife! So simple. 

Of course, it would not be a bagel without a THICK smear of cream cheese. Load ‘er up.

low carb bagels made of chaffles with hole in center

What kind of waffle maker do you need? 

You are going to want a mini waffle maker for this recipe. This size will make 2 bagel-sized waffles.

I use the Dash Mini Waffle Maker

Don’t worry – you can order from Amazon for around $10 and I almost guarantee you won’t regret the purchase!

They’ve been on backorder for a bit due to the overwhelming love of the chaffle, but go ahead and order! I’m hearing from readers that they’re shipping out much sooner than the backorder date!

Dash waffle maker

The Dash heats quickly, cooks quickly, takes up barely any space, and it comes in a variety of cute colors. I have the aqua. 

If you want to make more than 1 mini waffle at a time, check out this one:

If you plan to make chaffles for a family, this should work great! I haven’t tried it myself, but plan to order because my kids are obsessed with chaffles too.

chaffles seasoned with everything bagel seasoning

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Low Carb Bagel {Chaffle Bagels!}

These low carb bagels are actually cheese waffles in disguise! Ready in minutes and seasoned with Everything Bagel seasoning, they're an easy and low carb way to get that bagel fix!

Yield 2 bagels
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 6 minutes
Total Time 11 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Plug in your mini waffle iron to preheat.
  2. Whisk together the egg, coconut flour, and bagel seasoning until well combined. Stir in the cheese.
  3. Spread half of the egg mixture into the waffle iron and cook for 3 minutes.
  4. Remove the waffle and repeat with the remaining egg mixture.
  5. Spread each bagel waffle with cream cheese and sprinkle with additional bagel seasoning, as desired.

Notes

Use a sharp knife to cut a whole from the center of the waffle to make it feel more like a bagel or just eat it as is!

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Nutrition Information:

Yield: 1 Serving Size: 2 bagel waffles
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 322Total Fat: 23gSaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 241mgSodium: 850mgCarbohydrates: 5gNet Carbohydrates: 4gFiber: 1gSugar: 1gSugar Alcohols: 0gProtein: 19g

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61 thoughts on “Low Carb Bagel {Chaffle Bagels!}”

      1. Is it the same ration of coconut flour to almond flour? Or should I use a little more or less. I just can’t get around anything coconut, so let me tell you, it’s challenging on keto! Everything is about the coconut ๐Ÿ™

        1. Karly Campbell

          I think a tablespoon of almond flour would just about right. Coconut flour soaks up so much more liquid. ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. Can a panini maker work for this batter and if so, would you just dump batter in and still cook for only 3 minutes?

    1. Karly Campbell

      I don’t think it would work, because the batter is very thin and would likely run out of the panini press.

  2. Michelle Fontes

    I am curious if you can make a larger batch. My coworkers and I are making these at work soon and I’m curious if we have to make multiple sets of the recipe or if you have had the experience with doubling or tripling the recipe so the batch can just be continuously used.

    1. Karly Campbell

      You can double/tripe the recipe without issue! My only issue with that is that I tend to overfill the waffle iron because I have so much batter. Just be careful of that and you should be good! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Thank you, thank you!!! These were awesome, I went a little heavy on the seasoning but still fantastic.

      1. Karly Campbell

        Whoops, ignore my previous email – yes, the recipe calls for the seasoning to be added to the batter.

        1. Kathryn Kelleigh

          Whoops I missed that. Skimmed the recipe and just saw the sprinkle part. Thanks.

      2. Kasey Klein

        If you want to make a large batch to make sandwiches, couldn’t you just multiply the recipe and bake them in a cake pan?

  4. Big Lots also carries the Everything But the Bagel seasoning, and when they have it in stock, it costs only $1.50.
    Love how these turned out, thanks a bunch, ab

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