Healthy Multigrain Protein Waffles

My kids and I love this waffle recipe that came with my waffle iron cookbook. I make a big batch, freeze the leftovers, and toast them on weekday mornings for a quick, filling breakfast. I use one heaping tbsp cinnamon rather than 2 tsp. I also use 4 tbsp oil rather than 6 tbsp to reduce fat - they lose their crispiness that way, but I just toast them to crisp them up. I've also started using dry cottage cheese to reduce salt and increase protein. My kids eat them with syrup but I like them as is.

Ready In:
45mins
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directions

  • Mix the dry ingredients well in a large bowl.
  • Mix the wet ingredients well in a medium sized bowl.
  • Add the wet ingredients to the dry, mix until just combined.
  • Grease pre-heated waffle iron.
  • Spoon 1/2 cup of batter into waffle iron at a time to cook.
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"My kids and I love this waffle recipe that came with my waffle iron cookbook. I make a big batch, freeze the leftovers, and toast them on weekday mornings for a quick, filling breakfast. I use one heaping tbsp cinnamon rather than 2 tsp. I also use 4 tbsp oil rather than 6 tbsp to reduce fat - they lose their crispiness that way, but I just toast them to crisp them up. I've also started using dry cottage cheese to reduce salt and increase protein. My kids eat them with syrup but I like them as is."
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  1. Weesie D
    My kids and I love this waffle recipe that came with my waffle iron cookbook. I make a big batch, freeze the leftovers, and toast them on weekday mornings for a quick, filling breakfast. I use one heaping tbsp cinnamon rather than 2 tsp. I also use 4 tbsp oil rather than 6 tbsp to reduce fat - they lose their crispiness that way, but I just toast them to crisp them up. I've also started using dry cottage cheese to reduce salt and increase protein. My kids eat them with syrup but I like them as is.
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