dunkin donuts’ got nothing on me
I’m currently tracking all my foods so I often figure out what I’m having for breakfast the night before. On this day I knew I wanted waffles but I wanted to change things up. Dunkin Donut’s waffle breakfast sandwich came to mind and inspired me to give it a try. I haven’t tried Dunkin’s version but what a novel idea. It came out really good and I can’t imagine it being better than this. Switch up your breakfast and give this a try!
¼ cup of oat flour
¼ cup of unsweetened almond milk
¼ cup of egg whites
1 scoop of protein powder (I use soy protein from Optimum Nutrition)
1 tsp of baking powder
½ tsp of butter extract
½ tsp of vanilla extract
15-20 drops of liquid stevia
deli meat: I used a slice of turkey
cheese slice: I used American cheese
eggs: I used 2 eggs
1. Mix all waffle ingredients together and add to your waffle maker until it’s done.
2. While the waffle is cooking whisk two eggs and cook in a mini-fry egg pan. Flip to cook on both sides.
3. Once the eggs are done add the slice of cheese over it so it starts to melt over the just finished eggs.
4. Grab a slice of your deli meat and microwave for about 30 seconds so it’s not cold.
5. One everything is done, assemble into a sandwich and devour.
waffle batter perfected
After tweaking the waffle recipe I finally got it to be just perfect. The recipe above is for a basic plain waffle since I was using it as part of my breakfast sandwich, I didn’t add any extra fixings. This will be my go-to base recipe and use that to add all sorts of fun stuff to it. This recipe is for exactly one waffle. Please note that depending on the protein powder you use it may not come out as good. I previously used a GNC branded whey protein and it came out very dry. If you wanted to skip the protein powder make sure to add more oat flour.
Here is another waffle I made that was just as yummy.