These light and fluffy low carb Protein Waffles make the perfect easy breakfast or snack. Freezer friendly too for make ahead!
When I discovered these protein waffles from my teammates, I was absolutely astounded! Who knew that just 3 simple ingredients could become such a light and fluffy waffle.
It is sometimes really hard to get in the protein we need every day, especially when you are on the go. These protein waffles are a triple win!!
Important: I made these with Nature’s Best Isopure Unflavored Whey Protein Powder. Be sure to check your own protein powder for it’s carb amount since they do vary per brand.
Top with your favorite fruit and syrup. Or if you’re like me peanut butter instead of syrup. I usually add a little water to a tablespoon of peanut butter and drizzle it over top. If you are a syrup lover and want a low carb alternative to maple syrup, Walden Farms has a great line to try.
I first made these when we were going to be traveling in April to have on a flight. I dusted off my waffle iron and made a batch of awesome protein waffles. They were perfect with half a packet of this travel friendly peanut butter.
Plus they freeze well too. So make a few to have on hand for whenever you are in a rush.
Protein Waffle Ingredients
1 scoop protein powder of your choice
1 egg (or 20 g of egg whites)
1 tsp baking powder
Water to desired consistency (I use 3 tablespoons)
How to Make Protein Waffles
Preheat waffle iron.
Add protein powder, egg and baking powder to a small bowl.
Add enough water to get to desired consistency.
Pour batter into waffle iron and cook for recommended time per your manufacturer’s suggestion. (3 minutes for me)
Try these other healthy breakfast ideas too.
3 Ingredient Protein Waffle (One Carb)
- 1 scoop protein powder of your choice
- 1 egg or 20 g of egg whites
- 1 tsp baking powder
- Water to desired consistency I use 3 tablespoons
- Preheat waffle iron
- Add protein powder, egg and baking powder to a small bowl.
- Add enough water to get to desired consistency.
- Pour batter into waffle iron and cook for recommended time per your manufacturer's suggestion. (3 minutes for me)