I found the solution in making waffles. Protein waffles. They're healthy and incredibly easy to make, and the whole family loves it.
So get your waffle maker ready, and let's dive into some
Can Waffles Be a Good Source of Protein?
Waffles are not usually a perfect
For example, the popular Eggo Homestyle waffles have 2 grams of protein in each waffle. It yields 100 calories with all the added sugar.
However, you can create your own recipe of a healthy protein waffle with your waffle maker at home that contains a significant amount of protein. I’m going to share with you one of my favorite recipes later, and each waffle is sure to give about 12 grams of protein per serving.
What Other Nutrition Can I Get From Protein Waffles?
Of course, the exact amount of nutrients will vary depending on what it's made of.
What Protein Powder Should I Use for Protein Waffles?
The concentrate has lower amounts of protein compared to whey isolate, so it’s something to look into when choosing a whey based protein powder.
Another benefit of whey is that it’s a complete protein. You’ll find all nine essential amino acids which are great news for your nutritional needs.
If you have any type of dairy allergy or intolerance, then you may prefer
There are many different kinds of plant-based protein. Some options include protein from the following:
The biggest issue with plant-based compared to whey-based protein is that it isn’t always a complete protein.
One popular example is rice and pea protein blend.
Regardless, plant-based protein powder can be just as effective as dairy-based protein. 
Furthermore, plant protein is a great option for vegans or vegetarians since it doesn’t contain meat or dairy. Mixing it with water or nut milk keeps it vegan-friendly.
What Protein Powder Do I Use?
I think you can use pretty much any protein powder to make your own waffle recipe. Waffle made from protein powder is a sure hit to kids.
On that note, I used ProteinSeries Organic Vegan
Can I Use a Pancake Mix to MAKE Protein Waffles?
You can use a pancake mix to
If you are strapped for cook time, then the pancake mix can easily be turned into waffles using your waffle iron. You can add the protein powder of your choice, and then you can put the dough in a waffle maker.
How to Make Protein Waffles
My favorite protein waffle recipe is from Fit Foodie Finds. There aren’t that many ingredients in this recipe, and it’s simple to make. You just need the basics, like eggs, almond milk, protein powder, a bit of baking powder, and you're done. This sweet treat made from protein powder is a sure hit to kids.
I can break the instructions down into 3 steps:
Step 2: Mix all of the ingredients in a bowl to make a batter. The recipe says to do it in this order:
Step 3: Spray non-stick cooking oil well onto the waffle iron before putting about ½ cup of batter in. When you use a cooking spray instead of lathering batter to it, you'll make smoother waffles.
Ta-Da! Yummy, healthy
You should be able to make about 4 waffle servings out of that batter. A bit of warning though, I don't think it'll take you 5 minutes to finish this thing. It's that good.
Each waffle has
If you’re not able to eat them while fresh, then you can leave them to freeze for later for a quick on-the-go snack in no time.
Finally, protein waffles that are fluffy and delicious!.
What Toppings Can I Put on Protein Waffles?
The list of toppings to put on your waffles are endless. For many recipes, here are some healthy ideas to consider adding on top of your waffles:
The hardest decision might be choosing the right
Of course, toppings might be the most fun thing to decide on as you can go sweet and fruity or nutty and salty in your recipe. I
Let us know if you have any recipe in mind.