Usually, waffles are a delightful treat in the morning. But if you own a waffle maker, you’ve probably made the same-old waffles time and time again.
So, it’s time to mix it up! Waffle sandwich anyone?
We aren’t kidding. With these tasty egg and chive waffles, you can do a complete 180 when it comes to your waffle game. Add an egg or meat in between two of these not-so-normal waffles, and you’ll be set to start your day.
After all, what you put in your body matters just as much as what you do with it. Exercise alone isn’t enough. You want to make sure you’re eating the right foods to fuel your body properly. That way, you can optimize yourself to perform your best in every aspect of your life.
This recipe further follows the Duwe Fitness nutritional guidelines. This means that this recipe includes complex carbs and takes into account your daily fat content. When you add the meat, such as turkey, tuna, or grass-fed steak, and eggs, you also get lean protein and those good fats.
So, how do you make ‘em? Keep on reading!
The ingredients for this recipe are fairly simple. Most of it, you might already have in your cupboard or fridge.
So, what do you need? How can you make yourself a batch of these savory waffles?
1 cup processed, raw cauliflower (should resemble coarse crumbs)
2/3 cup processed mozzarella shredded cheese
1/3 cup Parmesan cheese/shredded
1 tsp garlic powder
1 1/2 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp pepper
1 tbsp chives
fresh parsley, optional
sun-dried tomatoes, optional
Heat waffle maker until ready. Mix all ingredients. Pour enough of the mix to cover the waffle maker surface. Set the timer for 4-6 minutes, peeking after minute 4. If the waffle maker sticks, let it cook slightly longer. Remove once cooked, allowing the waffle to cool on a plate. Refrigerate remaining. The recipe makes 6 waffles.
As aforementioned, you can throw two of these together for a sandwich or simply enjoy them alone with a bit more parmesan sprinkled on top.
Fuel up or re-fuel with this recipe. We guarantee you won’t regret making them. And maybe they’ll even become part of your regular recipe reel. Bon appetite!