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Chaffles or Paffles It’s up to you.

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This recipe can be used with cheese, any kind of cheese but traditionally it’s made with mozzarella. With cheese it’s called a chaffle.

If you don’t want the cheese for whatever reason ( like me I’m cutting back on cheese) then you can use pork rind panko. I make my own using Mac’s pork rinds. They are plain with no seasoning and are fried in lard. Made with pork rind panko these are called Paffles.

And of course if you want you can put both in. Your choice.



• 1 large egg

• ½ cup shredded mozzarella cheese

• 1 Tbsp of melted butter

• 1 heaping Tbsp of panko pork rinds

• 1/2 tsp of baking powder



1. Preheat a mini waffle maker.

2. Whisk egg in a small bowl; stir in mozzarella cheese or pork rind panko until batter is well combined. 

3. Pour 1/2 of the batter onto the preheated waffle maker, spreading it out from the center with a spoon. Close the waffle maker and cook until steaming stops and chaffle is well browned, about 3-4 minutes. Repeat with remaining batter.



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If they both include cheese what distinguishes the P from the Ch?

Only the chaffles have cheese. The paffles substitute the cheese with pork rind panko.
Sorry for the confusion.
I started making them with panko because I needed to start cutting back on dairy and here lately I’ve been abstaining from dairy all together.
I like them better with the panko.

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