Start your morning the healthy way with Almond Butter Protein Waffles. This breakfast has enough protein to keep you going for hours without added flour, gluten or carbs. Swap out your cold cereal for these wholesome and hearty protein-packed almond butter waffles.

With a golden, crispy exterior and a fluffy inside, these flourless waffles are a breakfast-lovers dream. Make them on the weekend or the night before, heat them up in the toaster, and you’ve got a tasty low-carb breakfast in minutes. We’ve packed these waffles full of protein from almond butter and eggs, with an added boost from two scoops of protein powder. Simple, nutritious, and perfect for on-the-go mornings.

Whether you need a quick bite before rushing out the door or a travel-friendly breakfast, these almond butter waffles are the answer. Tuck a stack of waffle triangles into a GoodCook Rectangular Meal Prep Container for a delicious grab-and-go breakfast, or save them for a filling snack later in the day. The GoodCook Rectangular Meal Prep Container is roomy enough for a stack of protein-packed waffles plus a mini meal-prep container of maple syrup and your favorite fresh berries.

To make the waffles, combine all six ingredients in a blender and blend until pureed. Pour the protein-packed batter into a nonstick waffle maker and follow the instructions for crisp waffles. Cool the waffles on a wire rack before storing in four GoodCook Rectangular Meal Prep Containers. The waffles will store in the fridge for up to 5 days. That’s all you need for a tasty, nutritious and satisfying breakfast! Are you ready to start your morning off right?

Freezing and Reheating Waffles

  • To freeze almond butter waffles, cook and let them cool on a wire rack. Pre-freeze your waffles for six hours on a baking sheet with parchment paper. Pack pre-frozen protein waffles in an air-tight freezer bag. Label and freeze for up to 2 months.
  • When ready to eat, place a frozen waffle in the toaster and toast until golden brown.
  • Enjoy toasted waffles with maple syrup, wild berry syrup, fresh berries, sliced bananas, coconut yogurt and/or almond butter.

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Almond Butter Protein Waffles

Yields 4     adjust servings


  • 4 large Eggs
  • 1/2 cup Almond butter
  • 1 Tbsp honey
  • 2 scoops vanilla protein powder
  • 1 Tbsp vanilla
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder


In a blender, combine all ingredients and blend until pureed.
Pour into a nonstick waffle iron.
Place cooked waffles into GoodCook meal prep containers with fresh berries and maple syrup for dipping.

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