I haven't been as excited about blogging recipes lately. Sorry. I have to admit it.
It could be: 1) I have been really stressed about something else that is zapping my energy and time; 2) I'm back at work or 3) six keys are now missing off my laptop - the latest to be pucked off by my baby was the C key. Makes it tricky to keep blogging..............I have to repeatedly stab the ccccc key to get it going. Annoying. Time to shop for a new laptop. But who has time.
But I still have lots of recipes to share. To record. And to make again.
So instead of taking the night off I'm sharing another one. Waffles. Grain-free. Dairy-free. Sugar-free. Portable. Convenient. Nutritious. A staple in our house and in my lunch kit.
And now I'm going to clean up. My baby trashed the house. I left him with my neighbor for 45 minutes this evening while I went to a PAC meeting and when I got home the neighbor was sweating profusely and quickly disappeared back to his orderly and quiet house. Sorry buddy - I should have warned you that baby is a bit "high maintenance" these days.............okay - maybe that's why I don't feel like blogging. That kid is mentally and physically demanding. Kute too. I might starting using the K key where I kan!!! ha, ha..........
Raspberry Coconut Vanilla Vega One Protein Waffle - Paleo and Candida diet friendly
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes per waffle
Keywords: bread breakfast low-carb paleo vega one raspberry protein powder coconut flour
Ingredients (3 - 4 waffles)
- 2 large free run eggs, beaten
- 1/4 cup mashed fresh raspberries
- 1/4 cup unsweetened milk (I used almond)
- 1 tsp vanilla or maple extract
- 6 drops liquid Stevia (or I also did it with 1 Tbsp of Truvia and it also worked fine)
- 1 Tbsp grape seed oil or melted coconut oil
- 2 tbsp ground golden flax (I grind mine in a coffee grinder)
- 3 tbsp organic coconut flour
- 1 tbsp medium unsweetened shredded coconut
- 1 tbsp ground chia
- 1 tbsp arrowroot
- 1/2 tsp baking soda
- pinch fine sea salt
- 2 tbsp berry protein powder - optional (I used Vega One Sport Berry)
Preheat waffle maker
Mix together wet ingredients and dry ingredients in separate mixing bowls.
Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients.
Mix until just combined.
Let stand for 5 minutes.
When waffle maker is ready. Coat waffle maker with small amount of coconut oil. I used a paper towel to do this.
Put half the batter on each side of the waffle iron. Close and let cook until indicator light shows that it is ready. My waffles took about 2 minutes and 10 to 20 seconds to be ready.
And why not make a double or triple batch. Cool completely. Freeze individually. Take them out and warm them directly in the toaster for a quick breakfast, lunch or snack on another day.
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