Ever wanted clean protein waffles? Healthy waffles that taste delicious without compromising your diet & shredding program?
Good news - now you can!
In today's article, I'll cover how to make easy, delicious protein waffles in no time. What's better? They only contain 1 gram of carbs – and 60 grams of protein!
Waffles taste good at any time of the day. Having them in the morning, however, makes good nutritional sense. The high protein count will ensure that your body is anabolically primed for the day.
Eating 90 minutes before your workout will allow you to make maximal use of that extra protein when training while allowing time for the nutrients to settle. This is a guideline as prescribed in the Ripped & Shredded Program for guys who want to get shredded in a short amount of time.
This waffle recipe is simplicity itself; all you need is a protein powder, egg whites or whole eggs and baking powder. In terms of protein powder, the ideal is to use a combination of both whey and casein powder.
Begin by turning on the waffle maker and allowing to heat up.
Place one scoop of protein powder into a bowl. Add half a teaspoon of baking powder. Then put in one whole egg-white. If you prefer your waffles to be extra fluffy use a whole egg instead. Now add water until you get a good batter consistency (around a quarter of a cup).
Now coat the bottom and top surfaces of the waffle maker with non-stick spray. You can now pour half of your batter onto the waffle maker. Lower the lid and cook the waffle until there is no more steam coming from the waffle maker (2-3 minutes).
Mix all the ingredients together until you have a good consistency.
Having created extremely low carb, high protein waffles, you don’t want to spoil your good work by adding sugar laden toppings. Use zero calorie butter spray and low calorie toppings such as Walden Farms Pancake Syrup. Berries and bananas are also great when combined with waffles.
This recipe will make two medium sized waffles. Each one will contain the following macros:
If you are after a few more carbs in your first meal of the day, you can get that extra energy boost by adding half a cup of rolled oats to the recipe. You can also sprinkle a little maple syrup over the finished product.
There are untold ways to transform those traditional sugary no go treat foods into healthy, protein rich delicacies. Check out this muscle building take on waffles that you can prepare in under 10 minutes.
So there you have it!
Delicious protein waffles that anyone can make.
Questions? Ask in the comments below!
Want to get shredded?