It’s not that hard to be a creature of habit when that habit is eating decedent waffles every day.
Morning after morning after morning, I make myself protein waffles for breakfast and it’s kind of one of those can’t stop, won’t stop situations.
But, like, why WOULD I stop since these protein waffles make me feel strong and energized for hours but take about one minute (ok, two minutes, MAX) to make and couldn’t be easier decorate and design to fit what’s in your fridge and pantry and cravings?!?
Like I said: these protein waffles are a can’t stop won’t stop situation.
Here’s how to make ’em:
- Mash your half of a banana on a plate then set aside.
- Right in a measuring cup, add the egg whites, that ripe mashed banana, the heaping scoop of protein powder, the baking powder and the sweetener. (Ok, I could've just said "add all the ingredients.")
- Mix very well!
- If the batter is very runny, add a little more protein powder. (You want it to be closer to the texture of pudding than soup. )
- Heat up your waffle iron and when it's ready, spritz it with coconut oil spray and add in your batter. If it seems like there's too much batter to fit in one batch, make two batches!
- Cook the waffle(s) according to your machine's directions and then decorate* and enjoy!
- *Decoration ideas:
- - coconut or almond milk yogurt (in a variety of flavors)
- - plain fruit like sliced bananas, berries, apples, stone fruit
- - nut butter drizzled on top
- - superfoods like chia pudding, cacao nibs, goji berries
- - a drizzle of maple syrup and cinnamon