Making Protein waffles is a great way to add more protein into your breakfast , as well as making them more nutritious by adding vitamins and minerals that your body needs. If you have a kid like mine, that only wants waffles for breakfast, this is a great way to sneak some extra nutrition into their diet.
This Protein waffle recipe is super quick to make because I use a boxed ready to go waffle mix as the base. You can use any brand of protein powder, I used Idealshape chocolate super foods blend because it has alot of added vitamins and minerals in it as well. I make a huge batch and put two protein waffles each in zip lock bags. Some I freeze and some go in the frig. The kids just take them out and pop them in the toaster for an easy before school breakfast
Protein Waffles Chocolate and Red Velvet
Delicious Protein waffle recipe, chocolate and red velvet flavor, that’s easy to make.
- 2 cups
Complete waffle mix
- 1.5 cups
- 2 scoops
Chocolate Protein powder (superfood blend)
- 1 teaspoon
Watson’s red velvet extract
- Mix the recipe according to the directions but substitute in the milk for water in the amount specified on your box mix. mix in the protein powder and the extract. stir until creamy. Heat up your waffle iron and prepare just like you would normal waffles. I grease my waffle iron plates with olive oil before putting on the batter, it makes it easier to get these waffle off the grid, they are a little denser than regular waffles. But super delicious and moist. you can eat them plain or with some fresh strawberries on top