These Protein Waffles are another example of how much I love foods that can be created using protein powder. Two large waffles made from this easy recipe’s four simple ingredients are crispy, delicious, and high in protein. Even better, these waffles are also keto-friendly! So let’s go!
PROTEIN WAFFLES: HOW TO MAKE THEM
Get your waffle maker ready by getting it heated up and spraying it with cooking spray.
All you have to do is combine 3 tablespoons of sour cream, 1 egg, 1 teaspoon baking powder, and 1 scoop of vanilla Premiere Protein powder. The end!
Half of the mixture was then added to the waffle machine, and I waited for it to finish.
These low-carb waffles are truly crispy, though I’m not sure if you can tell. I was overjoyed!
The fact that protein waffles just have 4 ingredients and exclude oats and bananas is what I enjoy about them the most.
Kids also adore them! They taste excellent and are significantly healthier for youngsters. They were consumed by my daughter for breakfast this morning, and I am thrilled that she had a filling meal that wouldn’t cause a sugar crash.
I’m also looking forward to this sugar-free syrup. It’s created with monk fruit and doesn’t contain aspartame or sucralose.
Describe the chaffle. Describe the proffle.
In contrast to the traditional homemade waffle, which is prepared mostly with all-purpose flour, chaffles are produced primarily with cheese. Most chaffle recipes do call for extra ingredients, such as almond flour and eggs. Chaffles are delicious, but I really try to cut out on the dairy in my diet because I don’t enjoy the extra calories the cheese adds. Around 300 calories and 12 g of carbohydrates are provided by a recipe that makes two chaffles.
What do these macros for three waffles sound like? Only 131 calories, 27 g of protein, 2.1 g of carbohydrates, 1.1 g of fat.
Protein Waffles Keto
- Whey protein powder, 1/2 cup
- 3 Tablespoons of sour cream, 1 Egg
- pinch of salt
- 1 teaspoon Baking powder
- butter and sugar free syrup for serving
- Spray cooking spray into your waffle maker and heat it to medium.
- Stir the protein powder, egg, sour cream, baking soda, and salt(medium bowl).
- Pour half of the batter into the waffle iron (less batter for smaller waffle irons), and cook as directed by your waffle iron.
- Butter and sugar-free syrup are served on the side.
Although I can't guarantee it will work, you can try this with different protein powders. I've heard that Quest protein powder works great in recipes that call for protein.
I revised this recipe and substituted sour cream for the water. The resulting waffles were even tastier, in my opinion. 1 serving Nutritional Information for Keto Protein Waffles, Serving Size (1 3 waffles)
131 calories with a 9% daily value for fat
2g 1% in carbohydrates