One of the things I missed most about breakfast were waffles. They’re not exactly the healthiest thing. Not with this healthy waffles recipe!
Waffles are rarely ever considered healthy. Due to the high amount of carbs, fat, and even sometimes sugar, this traditional breakfast item can leave you in a food coma.
I set out on a mission a couple of years ago to create the perfect healthy waffles recipe. I was helping my friend clean out her kitchen and she found a waffle iron hidden in the back of a cabinet. She offered it to me since she barely used it.
So with my new kitchen gadget ready to go, I needed to make a recipe that was going to be light, full of fiber, but not taste like cardboard. After several attempts, I found that this version makes the best tasting healthy waffles ever!
Funny enough, other versions I made with eggs didn’t come out quite as good as these. I found it interesting that my vegan version of these healthy waffles were a bigger hit. Plus, since I’ve used mostly applesauce and only a small amount of oil, they’re very low in fat!
These waffles are also high in fiber and very high in vitamin B6.
If you try my healthy waffles recipe, let me know your thoughts! Thanks and don’t forget to share this recipe with your friends!
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