The Fluffiest Vegan Protein Waffle can be made a home!
Thinking about brunch this morning? Here is the The Fluffiest Vegan Protein Waffle recipe I adapted to add extra protein. You can also make this gluten free. There is also ground flax which adds extra fiber and essential fatty acids. And if you don’t want to add any sugar to the mix, you can use a fruit purée like applesauce instead of sugar to sweeten it.
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Adding protein powder to the waffles
I recently started cooking more with the Sacha Inchi protein powder. I found that i could add this to baked goods or waffles for added nutritional benefit without a gritty taste that many protein powders have. Adding the ground flax and serving with berries add diverse and delicious plants to your meals. In order to make the fluffiest vegan protein waffles, you will need a chemical leavening agents like baking powder. They produce expansion by the release of carbon dioxide.
Did you know that if you add some balsamic vinegar to your strawberries, they will be delicious and brighten the color. You just a little to see great results.
1 ½cupswheat flour (can blend in quinoa/almond/coconut/rice) I tend to use blends that I make over store bought
1tbspcoconut sugarcan use fruit puree like applesauce if preferred
2flax "egg" substitutes 1 tbs ground flax with 3 tbs water = 1 egg
2tbspprotein powderI used Sacha Inchi
2cupsnon-dairy milkmay need little more/may need little less, add it little by little until it has a lava like consistency
1tspvanilla extract or beanoptional
diced strawberries mixed with balsamic vinegar
🍓In small bowl combine ground flax and water and let sit for 5-10 min
🍓In another bowl, add the flour, protein powder, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Combine ingredients.
🍓Add plant milk and vanilla and stir to combine with dry ingredients until well combined. Add the plant milk gradually as different batches need different amounts. You may need little more or a little less. The ideal is to have the mixture with a lava like consistency.
🍓You can let the batter rest for a few minutes.
🍓Pour about ½ cup into each waffle compartment
🍓Serve with maple syrup and berries.
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