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Protein Packed Waffles



And in the morning, I'm making waffles! Protein Packed Waffles that is! These waffles taste amazing, plus they are packed with protein so they will keep you feeling full longer. No more empty calories! This recipe is macro-friendly and easy to throw together! Make it with me!





This recipe calls for Kodiak Cake mix. You can shop Kodiak Cakes online at Amazon, or in store at Smith's, Costco, or Target! This is a high protein batter mix that tastes delicious! Kodiak Cakes makes several different flavor variations. My favorite is the buttermilk, or the Oat and Honey.




You can easily double this recipe to make more for your family! For every 1/2 cup of mix, make sure you're adding 1/2 scoop of protein and an extra 1/4 cup milk. You can adjust the recipe as needed and add milk as needed.


Walden Farms is a zero calorie syrup. It is very lite, but still has that savory maple flavor we crave with breakfast food. It's great because it adds flavor without adding calories.






Protein Packed Waffles 
Yields 1 serving
JUST THE WAFFLE: 312 calories 5F/ 39C/ 25P

1/2 cup Kodiak Cakes Buttermilk Mix
1/2 scoop Vanilla protein powder
3/4 cup Almond Milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
Toppings:
Grass Fed Butter
Walden Farms Syrup 
Fresh Fruit
Reddi Whip

Preheat waffle iron.

In a bowl, combine kodiak cakes, protein powder, almond milk, and vanilla. Mix until smooth.

Spray waffle iron with cooking spray before adding the batter. This recipe serves one, but will give you two waffles.

When the waffle is finished cooking, top with desired toppings.






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