Some mornings, it’s all about keeping it simple for that first meal of the day. Scrambled eggs, a yogurt n fruit bowl, or even a protein smoothie I made the night before. But other mornings call for carbs, especially after a hard workout. Which is why this protein waffle recipe has been going down an absolute treat. And you know what’s the best part? You can mix it all up easily in a blender!
This recipe gives you a serious boost of protein.
While the body craves carbs some mornings, we also know people’s days can require starting with a good amount of protein. If you don’t, you can feel sluggish, tired, and constantly hungry throughout the day. Which is why you can rely on the protein powder, egg, and Greek yogurt to give you that exact protein boost.
Depending on the protein powder and Greek yogurt you use, you should get roughly around 30 grams of protein with this waffle, which is great for a meal! A two-egg scramble will only give you 12 grams, so this amount is great if you’re looking for a decent protein source to start your day—especially if you’re a veggie.
SERVES 1 | TOTAL COOK TIME = 15 mins | PREP TIME = 5 mins
Per Serving (without toppings) = 295 Cals | Fat 9g | Carbs 14g | Protein 34g
- 1/4 cup rolled-cut oats
- 1 large egg
- 1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt
- 1 scoop protein powder (any)
- 1/4 cup milk cow’s milk or almond milk or coconut milk
- 1/4 tsp baking powder
- 1/4 tsp salt
- Cooking spray
- Plug in your waffle iron to heat up while you prep the batter.
- Add all of the ingredients (minus the cooking spray) into a high-powered blender. Blend until the batter is smooth.
- When the waffle iron is hot and ready, spray it down with the cooking spray.
- Scrape in all of the waffle batter, then close. Wait for the waffle iron to go off automatically before removing.
- Serve with whatever toppings you desire! Waffles go so well with fresh berries and a few dollops of whipped cream or honey and some raisins/dates.