Bulk Chaffle Making, Freezing & Reheating Results

Bulk Chaffle Making, Freezing & Reheating Results

October 1, 2019 60 By William Morgan


hey there it’s Steve from SeriousKeto
and in this video we are going to answer
a frequently asked question from my
viewers which is can you make chaffles
in bulk
freeze them and then reheat them but
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release a new video so I get the
question an awful lot in my comment
section about whether or not you can
make chaffles in bulk freeze them and
reheat them and my answer has kind of
been like a shrug I you know I guess but
we’re gonna find out for real today well
today and a week from now after they’ve
been frozen now for this video I’m gonna
be using the Dash no mess four waffle
waffle-maker and I will link to my
review of that right up here I also am
NOT going to include the full recipes or
the making of any of the recipes for the
the different chaffles that I’m gonna
test out I will put the playlist to all
of my chaffle videos at the end of this
video so you can check those out if you
haven’t already first off we’re gonna do
two of my base chaffle just the mozzarella
and egg I’m doing two because I’m going
to eat one I’m hungry then on the right
we have the base with almond flour and
on the left the base with coconut flour
all right we’ll pop these guys out and
get them to a cooling rack for our next
one we will do our blended base plus
some ground-up pork rinds blended base
with some birch benders keto and some of
the one-on-one cornbread flavoring the
sweet mix with cream cheese and the
sweet mix plus some blueberries all
right let’s get these guys off to a
cooling rack all right our chaffles are
cooled bagged tagged and ready to go
into the freezer for the next week
see in a week
okay it’s been a week I have taken the
chaffles out of the freezer and now
we’re gonna see how they toast up and
yeah this is the same shirt I was
wearing a week ago it has been washed
it’s a fresh shirt all right we have our
almond flour coconut flour our cornbread
chaffle and our pork rind truffle or
Popple and we’ll remove these to a wire
rack then we have our two sweet chaffles
one without blueberries one with so
first off the sweet chaffles seem a
little bit soggy they didn’t crisp up
the way the other ones did we’ll taste
the sweet one first the taste is fine
it’s actually a little bit cakey it’s
not real crisp I might give this one one
more run in the toaster to see what
happens now the blueberry one similar
kind of cakey kind of delicate
definitely both of the sweet ones not as
good as when they’re fresh out of the
waffle maker the first time around
now the almond flour chaffle still had a
little bit of crisp on it I think it
probably could have even gone ever so
slightly longer in the toaster but I
think this turned out fine go can i
flour that’s another win the cornbread
chaffle it’s again it’s fine it’s as
good as it was when I made it the first
time
lastly the paffle that’s solid – all
right I ran the sweet chaffle for another
cycle in the toaster just you know for
probably 30 45 seconds and you can see
it’s starting to get awfully dark and
right on the edge of burnt yet still
sort of flabby and it’s not bad tasting
at all I mean it’s a somewhere between
like a a waffle and a muffin
but if you’re looking for that crisp
exterior and structural density I think
you got a stick with the savory
chafflel recipe I think this is great news
if you’ve been wondering if it makes
sense to buy a larger waffle maker like
the the – no mess that I reviewed and
our one ring if you can make chaffles in
bulk and freeze them and then reheat
them in the toaster my opinion is
absolutely you can taste no difference
they were fine in terms of overall
texture and how they held up the savory
chaffle recipes and paffle did a far
better job than the sweet recipe so it’s
up to you if you don’t if you don’t mind
that textural change I can tell you that
the sweet chaffle
definitely has a better in my opinion
mouthfeel straight out of the waffle
maker than it does after being reheated
it’s not bad the way it is now it just
doesn’t have quite that sturdiness that
the savory chaffle does so if you want to
make truffles in bulk freeze them reheat
them go for it
I don’t think you’re going to be
disappointed thanks for watching