I love waffles. Over the years, they were definitely my breakfast of choice. I could pair them with a fruit, honey, chicken… and of course syrup. The problem: All waffles are not created equal when it comes to eating clean or eating healthy. So, on my journey I’ve found some great recipes that give me options when it comes to ingredients and calories. I thought I’d share some waffle recipes that fit a variety of healthy eating styles for all of the waffle lovers out there. Enjoy.
My favorite waffle tip: Instead of syrup, sprinkle some powdered sugar on top and eat with some fresh berries on the side. You can also use a drizzle of honey instead.
Grain-Free Savory, Herb Waffles: These waffles are a little something different because they are savory, not sweet. You can use them like an english muffin or bread and put some smoked salmon or grilled veggies on top. Gluten free as well. – via Colorful Eats
Spinach Protein Waffles: Green smoothies have taught us the wonder of adding greens to something we may have been hesitant to add them to. Now, it’s time to try some green in your waffles. 18 grams of protein per waffle. – via Slim Sanity
Keto Waffles: These waffles are great for anyone who is on a Ketogenic diet. That’s low carb, high fat. They are also sugar and grain free. The secret: coconut flour. – via Ditch the Carbs
Strawberry Banana Oatmeal Greek Yogurt Waffles: These waffles are freezer friendly so they are great for meal prepping. – via Ambitious Kitchen
Whole Wheat Waffles: This is similar to a traditional waffle made with whole wheat flour instead of bleached white flour and honey instead of refined sugar. – via 100 Days of Real Food
Lemon Blueberry Waffles: Gluten-Free and Vegan. The author also includes options for those who don’t want vegan waffles, don’t like blueberry or would prefer to use flour. – via Minimalist Baker
Blender Whole Wheat Waffles: Ingredients, including apple sauce, in this waffle are blended with a blender. The secret to these waffles is whole wheat pastry flour. – via Well Plated
Keto Protein Waffles: 3.5 grams of carbs per waffle. Made with almond flour and they can be frozen for later. #meal prep – via Maria Mind Body Health
Sweet Potato Waffles: Lots of healthy fiber and healthy fats. 340 calories per serving. – via To Live and Diet in L.A.
Healthy Chocolate Chip Waffles: This is a great waffle recipe for weekends with the family or when you are cooking for kids. Made with whole wheat flour and maple syrup. No syrup needed. – via Kristine’s Kitchen
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