RECIPE: Clean Keto Homemade Waffles

RECIPE: Clean Keto Homemade Waffles

(From a Happy LynFit Customer Who Has Lost 65+ Lbs.)

Weight loss doesn't mean giving up on your favorite foods. It's about finding healthier ways to enjoy them. As I always say, 'Clean up your keto.' This homemade waffle recipe is a game-changer!

The original keto diet isn't designed for weight loss. While it's low carb, it's also full of saturated fat, which is not suggested for most women over 40. It also slows weight loss and blocks fat burning.

This healthy homemade waffle recipe changes everything! They are high in metabolic-boosting natural whey protein and prebiotic fiber, which boost more than just your metabolism. This specific combo boosts GLP-1 hormones (GLP-1 is glucagon-like peptide 1, a hormone produced in the gut and released in response to food. It causes reduced appetite and the release of insulin), which, in short, prevents blood sugar spikes, makes you feel full, and prevents overeating and cravings.

So you can enjoy this simple, delicious recipe without the weight gain.

Make this weight-loss waffle recipe next time you’re not in the mood for another smoothie or protein bar. It’s the perfect healthy weekend breakfast, brunch for lunch, or dessert hack. This is so healthy you can even eat it for dinner.

Batter Recipe (makes approximately three waffles - providing 1½ servings per person)

  • (2 scoops) LynFit Natural Whey Protein - Vanilla or Chocolate Dream
  • (3 tbsp.) Egg whites (whisked with a splash of water)
  • (2-3 tbsp.) Cold Water, if needed
  • Sprinkle of baking powder

Add protein powder, baking soda, previously whisked eggs, and a dash of water until combined.

Spray the waffle maker with a spray oil before adding the waffle mix and cook on low heat (325 degrees or less) for approximately 3-4 minutes or less (*cooking times will vary according to the waffle maker, so keep an eye on these while they are cooking).

These waffles are super lean, virtually fat-free, and will cook very quickly. Check your manual for specifics, as waffle makers vary greatly. It’s better to undercook than overcook, or waffles may become rubbery. Waffles will continue to cook for a little bit even after removing them from the heat—practice makes perfect. Cooking leaner and cleaner does require some trial and error, but it’s well worth it when you taste them. They are as delicious as they are nutritious.

Waffle Topping

Combine in a small glass bowl:

  • (1-1½ cups) Berries or fruit from the approved food list
  • (3 tbsp.) LynFit Collagen Creamer or Clean Keto Cold Foam Froth

To warm: Place in the microwave for 30 seconds or until berries slightly explode and drizzle over waffles.

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