Banana Bread Protein Waffles for a delicious protein-filled, vegan and gluten-free breakfast!
When I shared a sneak preview to these waffles on my Instagram stories a couple weeks ago, you guys went CRAZAY.
I am so excited the day is finally here to share them with you. September 1st. The beginning of a new month, the start of Labor Day Weekend and one of my most favorite months of the year.
I am amped that this month is starting with Banana Bread Protein Waffles because I know you are going to obsess over these as much as I am.
These waffles are gluten free-friendly (just sub gf oats) and they are packed with plant-based protein. They are sweetened with some banana and hit the spot when you are craving some sweet for breakfast.
I use ALOHA Organic Protein Powder in these gems. You are likely familiar with ALOHA now from those Fatty Dark Chocolate Coconut Butter Cups and Blueberry Chocolate Breakfast Protein Cookies and the frequent smoothie I share featuring ALOHA. Not to mention they were in the pantry reveal I did a few days ago, up front and center. Love love the ALOHA protein powder and their superfood greens powders. I add their products to my food and drinks daily.
I love ALOHA’s protein especially because it is organic, vegan, non-GMO, soy-free and if you don’t enjoy stevia it is stevia-free. As someone who does enjoy stevia, this isn’t something I look for but Jord on the other hand despises stevia and I am so happy to finally have a protein he enjoys too! You can use any of their flavors here too!
These waffles are super satisfying and they are actually filling thanks to the protein, fiber and fats in the recipe. Now let’s get to it.
WHAT YOU NEED
Vanilla Protein Powder
- 1 cup oat flour
- 1/2 cup coconut flour
- 1/2 cup ALOHA vanilla protein powder
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 and 1/2 banana mashed (about 1 cup)
- 1.25 cup unsweetened almond milk
- Toppings/Add-in’s: nuts + chocolate chips
- In a large bowl, combine oat flour, coconut flour, ALOHA protein powder, vanilla extract and cinnamon
- Mix well then add in mashed banana and almond milk
- Mix well so there are no clumps, the batter should be smooth!
- Fold in any toppings if using
- Heat up your waffle iron per instructions then add a spoonful of batter to the iron once heated
- Cook per waffle iron instructions and repeat until all batter is cooked
- Top with desired toppings then enjoy!
- *Will stay good in fridge for about 5 days
Thank you ALOHA for sponsoring this post. It means so much to me to work with brands that I love and who support rachLmansfield!
I love how they’re smaller than the normal waffle, and the banana bread flavor sounds yummy!
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Just made these tonight! They are so yummy! I used regular 2% milk instead of almond milk, and they still turned out great. Thank you SO much for sharing. The perfect recipe for an on-the-go breakfast. Can’t wait to toast at the office tomorrow 🙂
awww so happy to hear!! xx
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Yay! these are so good. I even used a different vanilla protein powder (bulk barn vegan protein powder) and it worked great!!
The flavor from this recipe was great! And I love sneaking extra protein into my breakfast. I did run into some issues with the waffles sticking to my waffle iron—do you have any tips on figuring out how to avoid getting waffles stuck? Thanks!
Same here. Waffles got stuck and burned to crisp outside and still soft inside