Recipe – Protein Waffles

This months recipe, a breakfast to impress – Protein Waffles!

Low in carbs and really filling I try to make these whenever I am not running completely late and rushing breakfast. I love how versatile these waffles are, you can flavour them any way you like and change up the toppings.

ingredients for waffles

The following recipe is adapted from Laura @ Girl Gainz Blog. She has some seriously incredible protein recipes so check her website out here.

I have made salted caramel and chocolate waffles but you can change the flavours to suit you.

Protein Powder – 30g

Baking Powder – 1/2tsp

Cocoa Powder – 1tbsp

Coconut Flour – 1tbsp

Yoghurt – 2tbsp

1 Egg

Unsweetened Almond Milk – A splash to make it slightly less thick

Toppings – calorie free syrup, frozen fruit, yoghurt, Coco Pops (For the crunch), coconut flakes

Method

1. Mix together the protein, coconut flour, cocoa and baking powder.

2. Add the egg and create a paste

3. Mix in the yoghurt

4. It should be capable thick, however if it is too dry, add a splash of water or milk to loosen up the mixture.

5. Pop in a pre-heated waffle maker for around 3-4minutes and serve

Again, although not as nice as fresh, the waffles can be made in advance and re-heated.

Macros without toppings – C 13 F 3.2 P 27.9 – 181 Calories

waffles on plate

waffles from above

It is really important to eat a balanced diet with a decent amount of protein within your meals. This can come from sources of your choosing including high quality protein powders. This can be a cheaper and more accessible option than eating lots of meat. Protein powders are also extremely versatile.

Comment below for other recipes you would like to see and I would love to see your waffle creations! Tag me in your photos on Instagram @kate_flynn_pt

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