These waffles have been my family’s breakfast for the past couple of weekends. We don’t eat anything else on Sundays since we bought the waffle maker, and everybody is happy at home. These waffles are not only savory, but also nutritious. The best thing is that you can easily freeze the extras. Sometimes I send it to the kids for school. I don’t even unfreeze them in advance, just take them from the freezer to the lunchbox, and when it’s time for the kids to eat at school, the waffles are ready at room temperature.
This recipe includes vegan protein powder which helps maintain and promote healthy muscle mass and body composition and supports normal immune function. Usually it is easily digestible and absorbable by most individuals because is lactose-free and gluten-free.
Makes: 2 Waffles
– 1/2 cup water
– 1 scoop of vegan protein powder
– 1/2 cup of oatmeal
– 2 vegan eggs (2 tbsp chia, 6 tbsp water)
– 1 tsp cacao powder
– 1/4 cup of coconut sugar
– Blend all ingredients.
– Grease the waffle iron with cooking spray and heat.
– Pour ½ batter for each waffle into the waffle iron and cook until golden brown.
– Serve each waffle with your toppings of preference. I used berries, sliced almonds and homemade chocolate syrup (maple syrup mixed with cocoa powder)
Enjoy! If you try this recipe at home, snap a photo and tag #SorayasRecipe so I can see your beautiful creations.
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