Hi Anna! I really want to add some protein to my waffle recipe, but I'm not sure how much to add or which type to use. What's your recipe?
If you have a waffle maker, you need to try these protein waffles. They're just like regular waffles, but better! Don't have a waffle maker? Don't worry; just fry the batter like you're making pancakes!
Below is an easy recipe for banana flaxseed protein waffles. I made them using Myofusion's Probiotic Blend and a couple of tablespoons of pea protein powder. If you don't have pea protein powder, add coconut flour or a couple more tablespoons of almond meal instead. You can also add an actual banana to your mix if you want them even more "banana-full," or throw in some cottage cheese for extra moistness.
If you want, tweak the ingredients to fit your macros. For breadier, more carb-dense waffles, use more oats and less flaxseed (or no flaxseed at all). If you want your waffles low-carb, substitute the oats with ground almonds.
Play around with the ingredients and flavors. You can also add some great textures to create a stack of waffles unlike any other. Experiment and have fun!
Anna's Protein Waffle Recipe
- 1/2 cup of Egg Whites
- 1/4 cup of Banana Probiotic Myofusion
- 1/4 cup of Whole Flaxseeds
- 3 tbsp. of Ground Oats (oatflour)
- 2 tbsp. of Vanilla Pea Protein Powder
- 1 Whole Egg
- Get your waffle maker really hot and spray it with some nonstick spray.
- Using a handheld blender, food processor, or standing blender, blend all of the above ingredients together to create a pancake-type batter.
- Pour the waffle mix on the waffle maker and close it until the light goes off and the waffles are cooked.
- Plate up! Top with your favorite nut butter, some fruit, maple syrup, or some Walden Farms calorie-free maple syrup!
Serving Size Per Waffle
Protein Waffles PDF (151 KB)
Try using the protein waffles as the bread for a sandwich or burger. Add a little sweet to those savory lunches? Yes, please!