Chocolate Protein Waffles

Everyone loves waffles, but what about all those calories ?

Waffles are not always considered to be a healthy food choice, however there is always a better and healthier alternative to all the foods.

This recipe works great if you are on lower carb diet, 6 of these waffles are under 30grams of carbohydrates !




Oat Flour/Gluten Free

These waffles only require one flour—oat flour—which is the easiest flour to make at home. All you need to do is to toss some quick- oats in your blender or food processor and blend on high speed until they are a fine flour.

For Gluten Free option - use Gluten Free Oats.


Protein

I prefer using Vegan protein powder, for the consistency and it's thickness. Vegan protein is much denser and helps with thickening the batter. It also adds amazing texture and taste. Regular Whey Protein won't bring the same texture.

The protein I use is Total Vegan by Cutler Nutrition (Discount Code : bibinky). I have tried many different Vegan proteins, but this brand has the best taste and texture !


Consistency

The Secret to perfect texture is to let the batter sit for 10-15 minutes, this will allow the oat flour to absorb the moisture and it will make your waffles more fluffy.


Chocolate Protein Waffles Recipe :

PREP TIME: 5 MINUTES COOK TIME: 5 MINUTES MAKES: 5 Waffles

NUTRITION : 294 Calories | 30g Carbohydrates | 6g Fat | 30g Protein |


Ingredients:

  • 40g Oatmeal Flour

  • 100g Liquid Egg Whites

  • 1/2 Cup Unsweetened Almond Milk

  • 1/2 Scoop (20g) Total Vegan Protein by CutlerNutrition

  • 1 Tablespoon unsweetened Cocoa Powder

  • 1 Tablespoon Baking Powder

  • 2 Packets Stevia







Directions :


  1. Mix all the dry ingredients first : Oatmeal Flour, Total Vegan, Baking powder, Unsweetened Cocoa, , Stevia and pinch of pink Salt and stir well.


2. Mix in the remaining liquid ingredients : Egg Whites and Almond Milk.

Stir everything thoroughly and let the batter sit for 10-15 minutes



3. Spray the waffle maker with Spray Oil (Olive oil or Coconut Oil will work the best)

Fill out your waffle maker with batter, I use about 3-4 Tablespoons for each waffle.

Close the waffle maker and wait until the light comes off (aprox. 30 seconds)




4. Top the waffles with your favorite topping!

I use 30 grams of fresh blueberries and Sugar Free Pancake Syrup (Walden Farms)





ENJOY this healthy Protein Waffles Recipe and give my post a like if you liked it ! :)

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