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The Easiest Chocolate Chip Protein Waffles [One Week Supply - Batch + Freeze!]

chocolate chip protein waffles recipe

A HUGE part of my weight loss journey has been my daily protein waffles.

If you've been following me on Instagram or YouTube, you've seen me rave about this recipe.

Because this recipe is high in protein (each serving has about 26 grams of protein before toppings are added), it's extremely satiating and helps to prevent hunger or cravings later in the day.

Plus, as a kid I loved waffles, so my Chocolate Chip Protein Waffles helps to satisfy that craving in a much healthier way that also supports my goals.

chocolate chip protein waffles recipe

But the problem is that protein waffles can be kind of time consuming to make every single day. Mixing the ingredients is super simple, but waiting for the waffle iron to preheat and then cleaning the waffle iron after can eat into precious weekday morning time.

I quickly learned that batching my protein waffles on Sundays to have for the entire week saved me so much time and allowed me to still quickly have my delish waffles during the week as well.

So today I'm sharing my Chocolate Chip Protein Waffle recipe that makes 7 servings (14 waffles) so that you can enjoy a super yummy weekday waffle as well!😋

chocolate chip protein waffles recipe

My Tips For Success:

  • Invest in a good waffle iron that makes toaster sized waffles. THIS is the one I use. Belgium waffles are yummy, but they don't fit in the toaster so it's not a great option for batch and prepped waffles. And trust me on this one... DON'T get the cute little mini waffle iron. It'll take you HOURS to make all of the waffles needed for a week.

  • Use roughly the same sized bananas. Aim for bananas that are about 7-8 inches long. If you use longer bananas, then this could throw off the proportions of the recipe.

  • Use a high quality protein powder. Most protein powders are overly sweet, taste too strong or don't mix well. I developed my zero sugar, pasture-raised protein powder specifically to be used in recipes (like this one!).

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  • Try zero sugar chocolate chips. This is an easy way to cut down on the sugar content of this meal. I love the brand Lily's, but you can also use another zero sugar chocolate chip brand of your choice.

  • Don't love banana? Try these swaps. Pumpkin puree is a great swap to lower the glycemic load if you're carb sensitive. Cottage cheese can also be used in place of banana to raise the protein content by about 6 grams per serving. You can also try mashed avocado, but it's important to note that this will decrease the "sweet" flavor. For each of these swaps, use 1/2 cup for every 1 banana. That means you would need 1 3/4 cup for this entire recipe.

Whip up your Chocolate Chip Protein Waffles and get your week started on the right foot!

chocolate chip protein waffles recipe

Chocolate Chip Protein Waffles (One Week Supply)

Serves 7 (2 protein waffles per serving, 14 total protein waffles)


  1. Preheat the waffle iron.

  2. In a large mixing bowl, mash the bananas. We like to use a potato masher for this step.

  3. Add all of the eggs, protein powder and vanilla extract and stir to combine. For this step, a whisk can work, but we've found a large fork does the job the best.

  4. Spray the waffle iron with avocado oil (or other preferred oil).

  5. Use a ladle to pour the mixture into the waffle iron. Top each waffle with one tablespoon of chocolate chips.

  6. Cook according to your waffle iron instructions.

  7. Allow the waffles to cool before transferring to large freezer friendly plastic bags.

  8. When ready to eat, pop two waffles into the toaster and top with your favorite low sugar toppings. I love using greek yogurt (or skyr), almond butter and blueberries.

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Liliane Dunham
Liliane Dunham
11 de mar.

I’m in Canada and can’t seem to find or have your protein powder delivered. Do you recommend another brand similar to yours with no sugar? I can’t wait to try this recipe.


If I use a different protien powder , how much would i need

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