What’s for dinner? At the end of the day after you’ve finished slaving at work followed by a pummeling in the gym, don’t you deserve something that’s appetizing? During those lasts few reps of squats, envision the true epicness that will grace your pump. Will it be chicken, 97% ground beef in a George Foreman grill to drain that last 3%...maybe a protein shake? With an infinite combination of sweet and savory, I’m thinking about breakfast. So, why adhere to food rules? If you want a 20oz T-bone at 6am, eat it, and if you’re craving Belgian Waffles at 7pm then here is the recipe for you. To “Ultimate” size your meal, add our Chicken Bacon Ranch Omelette.
- 1 Scoop of Vanilla USPlabs ModernPROTEIN™
- 1/4 Cup Oatmeal
- 1 Whole Egg
- 2 Tablespoons of Skim Milk
- Sweetener of Choice to Taste
- Stuff your waffle. Add 1/8 Cup of batter onto your hot waffle iron. Place a tablespoon-sized scoop of fat-free cream cheese on top, cover with another 1/8-1/4 cup of batter, then close the lid and allow the waffles to cook. Remove once golden brown.
- Stay full longer. Add a mashed banana for potassium and 2 tablespoons of flax seed for added fiber and a pinch of cinnamon to taste to hold you over until your next meal.
- For fluffier waffles, separate your yolk from your white and beat the white of the egg in a glass or stainless steel bowl. Beat until the egg white becomes frothy, and then add it to the mixture.
Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend for 30 seconds. Use this mix instead of waffle mix to prepare waffles. Top with fresh fruit or low calorie syrup.
Cal- 300 kcal
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