Carnivore Waffles

Looking for a delicious low-carb breakfast idea that fits into a carnivore diet? These easy carnivore waffles, made with just eggs and shredded cheese, are sure to hit the spot.

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Requiring only 2 ingredients and 5 minutes of cook time, this is one of the simplest yet tastiest carnivore recipes out there. Read on for the full carnivore waffles recipe along with step-by-step instructions to make these protein-packed chaffles at home.

Whether you’re new to the carnivore diet or a seasoned pro, these savory waffles make for a satisfying morning meal.

👍 Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Nutrient-Dense: These carnivore waffles pack a big nutrient punch in a small package. With just eggs and cheese, you get high-quality protein, healthy fats, and important micronutrients to nourish your body.

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Satisfying: With all that protein, healthy fat and great flavor, this recipe keeps you feeling full and energized for hours. It provides lasting fuel for your body so you can power through your day.

Quick & Easy: Whipping up these waffles takes just minutes with minimal ingredients and steps. You can have a hot, fresh breakfast or snack on the table in no time with almost no effort!

✨ Recipe Ingredients

For this carnivore chaffle recipe you will need just 2 ingredients:

  • 2 Eggs (large)
  • 1/2 cup Shredded Cheese (I use cheddar)

👨‍🍳 How To Make

This carnivore waffles recipe is super easy! Follow these steps:

Step 1

Turn on the waffle maker and preheat it to high heat. Place the eggs in a small mixing bowl and whisk them. Then, mix in the cheese.

Step 2

Pour the waffle batter into the waffle maker. Cook for about 5 minutes. Repeat for the remaining batter. That’s it! Enjoy these delicious carnivore waffles!

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1. Experiment with Cheese Varieties

While the recipe suggests using cheddar cheese, don’t be afraid to get creative with your cheese choices. Different cheeses can add unique flavors and textures to your chaffles.

 Try mozzarella for a gooey and stretchy texture or pepper jack for a spicy kick. Gouda, Parmesan, or even blue cheese can bring exciting new dimensions to your carnivore chaffles. Experiment and find your favorite combination!

2. Make Ahead and Freeze

Carnivore chaffles are perfect for meal prep. Once you’ve made a batch, let them cool completely, and then stack them between parchment paper. Place them in an airtight container or a freezer bag and freeze them for later use.

When you’re ready for a quick and satisfying meal or snack, simply pop them in the toaster or oven to reheat. 

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3. Make These Without a Waffle Maker

You can make these low carb chaffless without a waffle maker. Simply cook them on a skillet like pancakes. Once the edges are crispy- they are done. These won’t have the waffle grid finish, but the taste will be just as good.

4. Preheat Your Waffle Maker Properly

Starting with a fully preheated waffle maker is crucial for crispy edges and evenly cooked interior. Most makers need 5-10 minutes to fully heat up. Test it by sprinkling a few droplets of water on – they should sizzle and evaporate instantly.

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Butter – A classic choice. Top your chaffle with a pat of high-quality butter for some added fat and flavor. Grass-fed butter is a great option for its higher content of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins.

Sour Cream – A dollop of sour cream can add a tangy contrast to the savory chaffle. Look for full-fat versions to stay in line with the carnivore diet principles.

Cream Cheese – Softened cream cheese spread over the hot chaffle can be a decadent addition. 


Store the cooked carnivore waffles in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. You can also wrap individual waffles tightly in plastic wrap or foil and freeze for up to 3 months.

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To reheat, place frozen waffles in the toaster or toaster oven until heated through and crispy on the outside.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do I need a waffle maker to make these?

If you don’t have one, you may be able to shape them like pancakes in a non-stick skillet instead. They just won’t have the traditional waffle shape.

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2. Can I use a different type of cheese?

Yes, you can use any shredded cheese you prefer. Cheddar works well but you could also try gruyere, mozzarella or Swiss. The flavor will change slightly depending on the cheese.

3. What is the best way to prevent the chaffles from sticking to the waffle maker?

To prevent sticking, make sure to preheat your waffle maker thoroughly and generously grease it with non-stick cooking spray or a small amount of melted butter before adding the batter. This will help ensure easy removal.

Waffles on The Carnivore Diet?!

This simple yet delicious carnivore waffle recipe is a fantastic addition to the carnivore way of eating for several reasons. Firstly, it provides much needed variety and interest to the diet.

As the carnivore diet can become boring and repetitive with its focus on only animal foods, having recipes like this that recreate typically off-limit foods like waffles can renew excitement around eating.

In a similar vein, these carnivore waffles can help satisfy flavour cravings that might otherwise derail your carnivore efforts. We all get cravings now and then, and being able to whip up these delicious and compliant waffles makes it easy to fulfil those cravings without cheating on the diet. That makes it a whole lot easier to stick with being carnivore in the long run.

Additionally, this recipe sticks to the principles of the carnivore diet with only egg and cheese as its ingredients. Both egg and cheese are high quality nutritious animal foods that provide important fats and proteins to fuel your day without any inflammatory ingredients like sugars, grains or high omega-6 oils.

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So you can enjoy these tasty waffles as a regular part of your carnivore lifestyle without worrying they will sabotage your goals.

Finally, the recipe is incredibly easy and quick to make at home. With only two basic ingredients that most people have on hand already, making these waffles takes mere minutes.

That ease and simplicity means you can whiz up a batch anytime of day for a satisfying, hearty and tasty breakfast, snack or sweet treat at home. No need to constantly source and buy expensive compliant ‘treats’.

So if you want delicious variety, crave-busting tastes and easy home-cooking on the carnivore diet – look no further than this simple and mouthwateringly satisfying waffle recipe! Both your tastebuds and health goals will thank you for adding this one to your routine.

These carnivore waffles are so simple to whip up and make a tasty high-protein breakfast or snack. Be sure to check the website for more easy carnivore recipes.

Feel free to leave any questions or suggestions in the comments – I’m always open to hearing your thoughts and ideas for future recipes! Thanks for reading.

carnivore waffles

Carnivore Waffles

Carnivore waffles are the perfect way to start your day. Packed with protein and fat. Just 2 ingredients, a very simple recipe.
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  • Waffle Maker
  • 2 Eggs (large)
  • 1/2 cup Shredded Cheese (I use cheddar)
  • Turn on the waffle maker and preheat it to high heat.
    Place the eggs in a small mixing bowl and whisk them. Then, mix in the cheese.
  • Pour the waffle batter into the waffle maker. Cook for about 5 minutes. Repeat for the remaining batter.
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Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword carnivore chaffle, carnivore waffles, no carb waffles, zero carb waffles


Calories: 200kcal
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 4 people
Calories: 200kcal
Cost: $12

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