Super Healthy Waffle Recipe: Buttermilk High Fiber Waffles

Healthy Waffle Recipe Full of Fiber. Great way to start your day!
I used to be so intimidated by the thought of making a waffle recipe! I thought only restaurants and hotels could make them. Boy, was I wrong! These are super easy to make!
Super Healthy Waffle Recipe: Buttermilk High Fiber Waffles

Ditch the pre-made batter mix at the store. You’ll never need box mix again.

High-Fiber Waffle Recipe

These waffles are a wonderful way to start the morning! They are loaded with healthy insoluble and soluble fiber, they are filling, and delicious.

So many breakfast foods are yummy, but often made with all purpose flour and added sugar. I never add sugar to my baked goods anymore. I just add a ripe banana and maybe some other fruit.

We are now finding out that eating all-purpose flour and sugar are the worst ways to start your day. Switch from all-purpose flour to whole wheat or another alternative flour.

This waffle recipe can be made with all whole wheat flour or with a portion of flax seed, tiger nut flour, and whole wheat. You can even try garbanzo bean flour too! I have and it’s great too.

You can add hemp seeds too! I didn’t for this batch but often do add hemp seeds to my pancakes or waffles.

Bananas and Blueberries Waffle RecipeIf you have buttermilk in the fridge that’s great, if not, stock up on powdered buttermilk and have it at your fingertips whenever you need it.  Here is Bob’s Red Mill powdered buttermilk.

This is the waffle maker I use. I picked it because it had over 3,500 reviews on Amazon. It took me a few times to get the hang of it, but once I did, it’s so easy to use.

To learn more about superfood add-ins check out our article, how to make kid food more nutritious.

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Healthy Waffle Recipe Full of Fiber. Great way to start your day!
Super Healthy Waffle Recipe: Buttermilk High Fiber Waffles
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