It is super easy to mess with this easy breakfast recipe and customize it to your desires. Add chocolate chips, blueberries, maple nuggets, and more to personalize these waffles. You’re able to make these easily in bulk in order to freeze for later.
It’s an easy recipe to add protein powder to as well. Just make sure to add a little extra almond milk or back off the oats a bit to compensate for the extra dry ingredients. I’m a big fan of blending the dry ingredients in a blender and then adding the eggs to it before throwing in the waffle maker.
Easy Breakfast Recipes to make for the freezer.
Food prep can be a huge part of my week, and being able to break some of these tasks down to be more efficient makes a huge difference. Being able to make something with a little variety and that’s handheld is huge for me. It’s also a great handheld snack on long wedding days or work days.
As it is this recipe is about 420 calories, and 33g of protein per 5-6 waffles. I usually do eat all 5-6 over the course of a morning before a workout or similar. I do often triple the recipe and make the waffles in batch.
- 1/2 C quick oats (79 calories, 3g of protein)
- 3 eggs (~210 calories, 18g of eggs)
- 1 Tbs hemp seeds (57 calories, 3 g of protein)
- 2 Tbs nutritional yeast (71 calories, 9.2 g of protein)
- 2 tsp maple sugar (or similar)
- 1/3 C almond milk
Directions for this Easy Breakfast Recipe
Mix the ingredients together with a fork or whisk, and pour into a hot waffle maker. Cook till brown, and place in a bag and lay flat in the freezer to store or eat fresh with maple syrup poured over. Add peanut butter when serving for an extra boost of protein. This recipe makes about 5-6 waffles from a normal sized waffle maker.