The Easiest Protein Waffle Recipe

Since the exams are finally over, since you guys showed a massive interest in my food ‘knowledge’, since Instagram captions are too short to write some form of meaningful text, since nobody actually reads them and since I enjoy writing… I’ll be posting here again. (Yaay or Naay?:)

The main focus is going to be the text since I’m not a photographer… and the main topic is going to be food, nutrition thoughts, health tips, life hacks and my thoughts. 🙂 Any suggestions let me know. 🙂

Let’s start with a recipe this time.

I get a lot of comments about how good my instafood looks and admiration about the fact that I cook all of it. While at the same time, inside, I’m always laughing and feeling like I don’t deserve that because all of it is actually absolutely freaking simple!!! Nothing you couldn’t handle.

So I have 5 reasons why you should love this waffle recipe.

  1. There are no weird ingredients
  2. It actually takes 2 minutes to put together
    You can just chuck all the ingredients into your blender and you’re good to go
  3. They are macro friendly
    Meaning, they won’t blow 50 grams off your usual daily carb intake ?
  4. The waffle recipe itself is under 300kcal which means you have a lot of room for toppings ?
  5. They turn out perfect
    Every Time
    Aka No Cooking Skills Required

Let’s do it!

  • 1/2 cup of almond milk
  • 1/3 cup of oats
  • 1 egg
    Or if you are tight on fat that day, it also works just with 2 egg whites
  • 20g of protein powder of choice
  • 1 tbsp of coconut flour
    I know I know, let me stop you right there. I know a lot of people say they don’t like coconut flour because it’s too dry, but believe me, if you just put one tablespoon in, it’s fine…and it’s soo handy because it absorbs the moisture so you don’t have to use much
  • 1 tsp of cinnamon
  • 1 tsp of baking powder
  • dash of salt
  • Fry Light olive oil spray (feel free to use something else if you wish)

– blend

– leave to set for 1 minute for coconut flour to absorb the moisture 

– put in a waffle maker (this would probably also work as a pancake recipe… never tested it though… Aka ain’t nobody got time to fry pancakes for 10 minutes :D)

– devour! 


(vary depending on what protein you use)

265kcal 24C 8F 23P

Next up on recipes: maybe ‘the easiest stove-free thick protein porridge’? Any requests, let me know! 🙂

Comments will be appreciated. 🙂

Love ya!

Sunshine Susan


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