Single Serving Protein Waffles

September 9, 2014

I woke up this morning and decided I wanted to switch up my breakfast. I’m a HUGE creature of habit, and I tend to eat the same things over and over and over. And over.

Yeah, you get the point. So since I’ve been eating the same omelet + cinnamon sugar chips the past week or so, I felt like waffles. Haven’t had those little pancakes with abs in a hot minute, so today was the day I brought them back.


Threw some crap together, and they actually turned out delicious! Love when that happens. They’re high in protein, and don’t taste like ass. Win-win.

However, they did break my waffle maker. Yeah, no idea how. They started expanding I guess, and then POP! The freaking button thingy (very descriptive, I know) just popped off. That’s what I get for buying a $15 waffle maker I guess.

Hopefully they don’t break yours. If they do, it’s not my fault. K, good 🙂 These are super easy and ready in like 5 minutes. Because lets me real, when you’re hangry, you need food STAT. Ain’t nobody got time fo extravagant recipes.


  • 1 tbs coconut flour
  • 2 tbs oat flour
  • 1 tbs greek yogurt
  • 25 g flavored whey protein (I used cinnamon)
  • 4 tbs (61g) liquid egg whites
  • 2 tbs almond milk
  • cinnamon and stevia to taste

Just mix batter and pour into waffle maker.

Macros for waffles with no toppings:

216 calories | 15.2 Carbs | 3.1 F |29.5 P

Numbers may vary depending on types of protein used. You could also add stuff to the batter like blueberries, chocolate chips, nuts, etc!


Waffles or pancakes?

What is your favorite breakfast?

I need new ideas!

      1. Same here! The waffles just expanded.. it was interesting haha

    1. How have I never made my own homemade waffles? *hides face, ashamed*

      Love me some pancakes though! Definitely going to try this recipe. 🙂

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