You are about to try what I think is the best keto poutine recipe out there! It has the cheese curds. It has the savory gravy. And it has the crisp ‘fries’. It really has it all and you won’t be disappointed!
The Best Ever Keto Low Carb Poutine!
Ok, let’s be honest here. I have tried keto poutine recipes before. But I’m sorry, they may look like fries with gravy and cheese, but honestly, some of those fries are just plain old limp and lifeless.
But enter the chaffle! What is a chaffle and what does that have to do with the best keto poutine recipe?!
A chaffle is a crunchy waffle. You can check out my post about how to make basic keto chaffles here. But one day, as I munched on a chaffle, I realized that they could stand up to a sauce or gravy. I started to imagine how they might be made into fries.
The best keto poutine is made with crunchy chaffle sticks!
I tried just using extra cheese to make them crispier and then topped with a low carb gravy and cheese curds. They were ok but lacked something in the texture.
After bouncing some ideas back and forth with my friend (and fellow chafflevangelist) Shari Weiner, she mentioned using cauliflower rice to make something like a crispy tater tot. That was it! I knew it would work!
I basically made 4 tator tot like crunchy waffles, cut them into strips and we had an excellent substitute for fries!
Ingredients and tools you will need to make the best keto poutine recipe!
For the fries:
- Cauliflower rice (cooked)
- grated mozzarella cheese
- seasoning salt (your favorite sugar free seasoning)
For the gravy: (Recipe adapted from Trim Healthy Mama site)
- Chicken broth
- xanthan gum
- salt, pepper, onion powder
- nutritional yeast flakes
- Braggs Liquid Aminos
- Cheese curds for on top of the fries
- A bowl
- Waffle maker. You can use either your mini waffle maker or a full size maker. For the basic recipe, you’ll want to make 4 waffles.
Best Keto Poutine Gravy Hack and other tips!
If you are a poutine lover, then you know the gravy is important. This gravy from Trim Healthy Mama has a nice flavor but I always have trouble using xantham gum so I put it together a little different from what they have on their website.
This gravy adds practically zero carbs and very few calories to the poutine recipe.
- take 1/2 cup of broth and 1/2 teaspoon of xantham gum and put into a magic bullet or other small blender.
- blend until you get a smooth clear gross looking thick liquid
- You can put that aside while you do everything else. You will be stirring that into your gravy later.
Cheese curds: I like to cut them into smaller pieces so that they melt more when the hot gravy goes on top
Chaffle Stick Fries
- 1 cup grated mozzarella cheese (or any cheese!)
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup cooked cauliflower rice
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1/2 cup grated mozzarella cheese, reserved
- seasoning salt to taste
- 1 cup chicken broth
- 1 tbsp nutritional yeast
- 1 tbsp butter
- 1 tbsp Braggs Liquid Seasoning
- onion powder, salt and pepper to taste
- 1/2 c chicken broth
- 1/2 tsp xanthan gum
- About 1/2 cup cheese curds
- Heat up waffle maker
- Combine all the chaffle ingredients into a bowl and mix well
- Sprinkle reserved grated cheese on hot waffle maker (1 tbsp for mini, 1/4 cup for full size)
- Spread cauliflower cheese mixture onto waffle iron and spread evenly with spatula. If using mini waffle maker, use 1/4 of the mixture for each waffle.
- Sprinkle top of waffle with remaining cheese
- Sprinkle seasoning salt
- Close lid and cook until very crispy!
1. Blend 1/2 cup broth and 1/2 tsp xantham gum in small blender and blend until you have a thick goopy liquid
2. In a pot, combine the rest of the gravy ingredients and heat until it simmers
3. Whisk in the contents of blender until you have a nice smooth gravy
1. Cut Chaffle into sticks and pile onto a plate
2. Layer cheese curds on top
3. Pour hot gravy on top
4. Eat them!
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