Chaffles with Mozzarella and Pickles

Introduction

About this Recipe

This recipe offers a delectable solution if you’re seeking a low-carb, high-protein alternative to regular waffles. Chaffles are a perfect addition to your bariatric journey, providing a satisfying and flavorful option that won’t compromise your progress.

What sets chaffles apart is their impressive protein content, making them an ideal choice for bariatric patients. With a chaffle, you can savor the mouthwatering taste and texture of a traditional waffle while enjoying the added benefit of a protein boost. Say goodbye to carb-heavy breakfast options that may leave you feeling sluggish and hello to a chaffle that keeps you satisfied and energized.

We understand that carbs are not the enemy, and our recipe aims to strike a balance. By opting for a chaffle, you can enjoy the delightful flavors and textures you love without excessive carbohydrate intake. We believe in a well-rounded approach to nutrition that honors your bariatric journey while still allowing for enjoyment and variety.

So, grab your waffle maker (we used this one) and get ready to embark on a chaffle adventure. Enjoy!

 

 

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Bariatric Surgery chaffle recipe

Yields:

2 servings

Ready In:

15 minutes

Nutritional facts per chaffle:

175 calories

14 g protein

12 g fat

2 g carbs

4 g fiber

 

 

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup (80 g) shredded mozzarella
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp psyllium husk powder
  • 6 pickle slices

Psyllium husk powder adds more fiber to your chaffle. And it adds a more solid texture too. Make sure to focus on your fluids intake even more so, if you’re adding more fiber to your diet.

Substitute the mozzarella cheese for any other type of cheese. Alter the seasoning to your liking!

 

Step by Step Instructions

Step 1

Preheat your waffle maker and lightly grease it.

 

Step 2

In a mixing bowl, combine the shredded mozzarella, egg, and psyllium husk powder. Mix well until all the ingredients are thoroughly combined.

 

Step 3

Allow the mixture to sit for a few minutes to let the psyllium husk powder bind the ingredients together.

 

STEP 4

Spoon half of the mixture onto the preheated waffle maker, spreading it evenly to create a round shape.

 

Step 5

Place three pickle slices on top of the mixture, spacing them out evenly. Close the waffle maker again, until ready. About 2 minutes.

 

Step 6

Remove chaffle from waffle maker. And repeat the process with the remaining batter and pickles. Enjoy!

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