PROTEIN WAFFLES by Jon Weston-Stanley | Mealz


3 Servings

5 min Prep, 10 min Cook


Contains Eggs


The best thing about this recipe is that if you don’t have a waffle iron you can use this same recipe to make a pancake batter. But who would want pancakes when you can have Healthy Protein Waffles? As a great meme once said, “pancakes are just waffles without abs”.

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  • For the waffles:

Cooking Stages

    • Blend everything in a food processor adding the wet ingredients first (eggs & yoghurt), then the dry ingredients (flour, protein, cinnamon & baking powder).

    • Blitz until smooth.

    • Heat your waffle iron to required temperature.

    • Grease it to stop the waffles from sticking, then pour in enough batter to fill the mould to the edges. This will vary depending on the waffle iron you have.

    • Cook until the waffle starts to turn brown. Brown not golden. You want the outside of the waffle to form a thin layer of crust, that is what gives a waffle its firmness and rigidity unlike a pancake. Mine took around 3 minutes but again this will vary depending on your waffle iron.

    • Remove the waffle, grease again and add the batter for the second waffle.

    • Repeat.

    • NOTES: Top them with what ever you like. This time round I went for some honey and cherries but some firm favourites are; Strawberries & melted dark chocolate Peanut butter & sliced banana Blueberries and maple syrup

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 32.7 g

Amount Per Serving
Calories 73.3 cals4%
% Daily Value*
Kilojoules 308.3 kJ4%
Fat 2.1 g3%
Sodium 119.2 mg5%
Carbohydrate 6 g2%
Protein 8 g16%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


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