Miracle Rice, Perfect way to bulk up the chaffle while keeping the Calories lower
Back again with another variation of the chaffle. I’ve seen some people mention that the calories are too high. I wanted to try to bulk them up but not add any more carbohydrates or calories. That’s where the miracle rice comes in. Miracle Rice Chaffles have about a ⅓ less calories of the traditional Chaffle recipe.
Instead of getting 4 chaffles like you do from my previous chaffle recipes. The Miracle Rice Chaffles Make 6. They still taste fantastic and have a crispy crust. They almost remind me of hash browns with the konjac rice mixed in with the eggs and cheese. That’s why it was a no brainer to make a breakfast Sandwich.
I think I have a Mini Chaffle Maker Collection Growing
To expedite the process I recently purchased a Dash Mini Griddle to go along with my Mini Waffle Maker. I used sandwich size sausage patties from Jones Farms that I get at Costco. Then I cook the fried egg in the sausage grease. So Good!!! You can make 3 normal breakfast sandwiches or 2 triple decker sandwich as I decided to make.
These chaffles are great for any sandwich you like and you could always sweeten them up with a little sugar free syrup. Keto McGriddle!!! That doesn’t sound bad to me. So many options for chaffles and so many different ways to make them fit your macros.
- 1 bag Miracle Rice
- 2 Eggs
- 1 cup Shredded Cheddar
- 2 tbsp Grated Parmesan
- 2 tbsp Almond Flour
- 1 tsp Baking Powder
- Rinse Miracle Rice under warm water for about 30 seconds then drain completly
- Combine all Ingredients in a mixing bowl, Heat Waffle Maker
- Lightly spray both sides of the waffle maker before adding a ¼ cup of the mixture. If using a full size waffle maker portion size will vary
- Grill each waffle until crispy About 4-5 Minutes
I made Franks Smoked pulled pork chaffle sandwiches for dinner last night. It was a huge hit! My entire family-from husband, 21 year old son down to my five year old daughter went back for seconds!
Thanks for the amazing recipes! ?
Thank you so much!! I’m so glad everyone enjoyed the recipe. thanks for sharing.
Curious if these improve by reducing the water content of the shirataki rice through cooking first. My experience with shirataki noodles is they need to be somewhat dehydrated to absorb flavors better. Have you tried chafes with konjac rice that’s been pre-cooked to reduce water? Thanks!
I haven’t but I definitely think that would help!! I will have to try that