A delicious protein waffle recipe that only requires cottage cheese, oats, egg whites, and a few other ingredients. The whole recipe contains 34 grams of protein. This is the perfect breakfast to start your morning.
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Breakfast is the best meal of every day! I get up very early and then go straight to the gym. So, by the time I get home from my workout and run, I’m starving.
These protein waffles are a great breakfast option. They are perfectly balanced with carbs, fat and protein, which helps me to maintain my weight loss. (Read my weight loss story here!
These waffles actually come from the same recipe that I use for low-calorie pancakes. (See the pancakes here). Originally, a Body for Life recipe that I’ve been making since the 90’s.
This recipe also makes some delicious waffles. The recipe can be scaled to any size, because it’s always equal parts of the three ingredients.
- Cottage cheese is fat free
- Dry oats
- liquid egg whites
1/3 cup each was used to calculate the macros and calories in this recipe. You can adjust it to any amount, as I said!
I also added a packet of powdered stevia this time, but I’m not sure that it was enough to really taste it. Plus, if you put ANYTHING sweet on top of these waffles, you probably don’t need the waffles themselves to be sweet.
I’ve also used vanilla extract and other zero calorie sweeteners. There is more I’m going to try, but for today, I just wanted the classic pancake recipe as a waffle! Simple and straightforward is what I love in the kitchen.
For a classic protein waffle made with protein powder, that’s literally fool-proof, check out that recipe here!
You might also like this recipe if you like it.
- 1/2 Cup Cottage cheese that is fat-free
- 1/2 Cup Oats
- 1/2 Cup Liquid egg whites
- 1 pinch Powdered stevia or any zero calorie sweetener
Possible Waffle Toppings
- 1 Cup Sliced strawberries
- 2 Spoonfuls Whip cream
Blend cottage cheese, oats and egg whites in a blender.
Spray a waffle maker with nonstick spray and let it heat up.
Serve with fruit and whipped topping
Serving: 1Full recipe | Calories: 300Cal | Carbohydrates: 32g | Protein: 34g | Fat: 3g | Sodium: 592mg | Fiber: 4g | Sugar: 3g
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