It took a lot to get protein waffle recipe right- Saturday my kitchen was a mess and I spent 2 and a half hours mixing batter. Moving it to different bowls, adding in extra ingredients and really just trying to not get fed up with how long each waffle take. 7 minutes per waffle (with my waffle maker) but you could buy a 2-sided waffle maker for £30.
This was a labour of love – eventually.
I have created an ultimate list of waffles and these have to be added. I do prefer the old chocolate protein waffles for flavour but when it comes to cutting carbs I really eat my majority for dinner. On Cardio days I eat 250g carbs so I’ll eat heavier but these do the job during the week. Since the protein blend is high in sweetener and low in sugar you will get a weird sweetener aftertaste, I’m really not a fan of that. So I tend to crisp mine up and coat them in soy yoghurt or tofu-nice cream.
Since I made far too many of these protein waffle’s, I literally spent almost 4 hours making these on Saturday. I have halved the recipe so you can at least fit in in a mixing bowl. Unlike mine…The mix will still make 8 almost 9 waffles so you’ll end up with enough to last you a few weeks.
I now have two freezers full of stacks of these and I’m trying to eat them for breakfast and dessert. There’s really not enough time in the day.
No protein Chocolate waffles:
- Rolled Oats – 6 tbsp
- Flour, 50g (or supplement the oats but they’re a bit more waffly with real flour)
- unsweetened cocoa 2tbsp
- Sweet pot, 70g (1 small)
- Baking powder, 1Tbsp
- Pinch of salt and a pinch of sweetener
- Water or milk, 2tbsp.
They’re slightly lower in carbs as you can bulk batch these protein waffle’s which means they take the spirulina (my review – it’s high in protein) and the pea protein (read my review It’s high in protein) which are both strange flavours to add to chocolate but the large bulk spreads the flavour out a bit thinner.
The other waffles I added to the ultimate waffle list are gorgeous and full of flavour but have equal carbs to protein So these are a great addition to a low-carb diet.
/ If someone tells you, you don’t need the sweet potato, they’re lying.
Quantity: 8.5 Calories: 169 per serving Carbs– 7.7g Fat– 2.6g Protein– 24.8g
The mix will still make 8 almost 9 protein waffle’s so you’ll end up with enough to last you a few weeks. Unlike me, I now have two freezers full of stacks of these and I’m trying to eat them for breakfast and dessert. There’s really not enough time in the day!
So if you’re looking to add more protein and eat fewer carbs these are your key to happiness.
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