Want to boost your energy level by eating healthy sweet bars on your weight loss routine? Try the exclusive thick, fluffy, banana chocolate Kodiak Cakes Waffle Recipe and enjoy!
If you are fed up with boring breakfasts and want to try something new, these Kodiak waffles are perfect for you. These are protein and fiber-rich waffles.
It’s a great way to keep yourself energetic the whole day by eating these energy bars in the morning. Follow this simple and healthy Kodiak Cakes Waffle recipe to satisfy the taste buds of your family.
Just like muffins, these amazing cake waffles are made healthy and proteinaceous through whole grains. It’s up to you whether you want to have it for breakfast, a snack, or as a treat.
But eating this protein bar is the ultimate joy. Level up the taste of these ingredients by making the batter fluffier and crispier.
How to Make Kodiak Cakes Waffle Recipe?
Being a working lady, it’s not easy for me to make breakfast for the whole family every morning. That’s why I love this recipe. These cake waffles can be cooked in just 15 minutes. No doubt 10 minutes are required to prepare for making the batter. But preparing a big batch at once can be time-saving. Feel free to enjoy these easy-to-make waffles for breakfast daily!
Here are some of the key ingredients to make exciting Kodiak cake waffles:
- Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes Flapjack and Waffles Mix = 1 ¼ cups
- Ripe banana = 1 medium
- Eggs = 3 large
- Milk = 1 cup
- Plain Greek yogurt = ⅓ cup
- Chia seeds = 2 tablespoon
- Maple syrup = 1 tablespoon
- Coconut oil = 1 tablespoon
- Baking powder = 1 teaspoon
- Vanilla extract = 1 ½ teaspoon
- Salt = ¼ teaspoon
- Baking powder = 1 teaspoon
- Dark chocolate chips = ¼ cup
Step-By-Step Guide To Make Kodiak Cakes Waffle Recipe
Follow this stepwise guide to make Kodiak Cakes Waffles like a professional chef:
Take a waffle iron and preheat it. Spray cooking oil on the preheated waffle iron.
Pour all the above ingredients except chocolate chips into a blender. Turn ON the blender to mix all the ingredients at high speed.
Let the batter stay for 5 minutes to attain the desired consistency. If it seems thick, add some more milk.
Add chocolate chips to the batter and stir.
Pour batter on the waffle iron and cook it until the waffle turns golden brown. It usually takes five to six minutes. However, you can cook it for up to 10 minutes if you want crispy waffles.
Repeat the above step to make all the waffles. Garnish it with the topping of your own choice. Enjoy having it with peanut butter, chopped walnuts, maple syrup, or banana slices.
Recipe Tips and Suggestions
Here are some of the tips to make these crunchy cake waffles with perfection:
Use Overripe Bananas: Use overripe bananas for better flavor and sweetness of the waffles.
Scrape Down Mixture From Sides: Don’t forget to scrape down the mixture from the sides and bottom of the blender while mixing to ensure the homogenized consistency of the batter.
Serving Suggestion: Serving these crunchy waffles with a sprinkle of chocolate chips, a drizzle of peanut butter, a bit of maple syrup, additional banana slices, and chopped walnuts is a great idea to have ultimate deliciousness.
Storage Tip: If you want to store cooked waffles in the fridge, they can stay best only for three days. Make sure to store the waffles in an airtight container once they are cool. However, these waffles can stay good in the refrigerator for up to three months.
Let’s explore some unique variations or alternatives to make cake waffles per your choice:
- Add the flavor like maple, almond, or vanilla extract according to your taste.
- Feel free to replace chocolate chips with blueberries.
- To make it more healthy, use egg whites and skip the yolk parts.
- If you don’t like bananas, you can make waffles from sweet potato, pumpkin puree, or apple sauce.
- Feel free to make pancakes with this protein-enriched batter to save time.
Are Kodiak waffles healthy?
Yes, Kodiak waffles are healthy and made up of whole grains of wheat and oat flour. Half a cup of these waffles contain 14 grams of protein. It shows that these waffles are highly nutritious, healthier, and an amazing choice.
Can you make gluten-free Kodiak Waffles?
No, Kodiak waffles can not be made gluten-free because the whole-grain flour contains gluten.
Are Kodiak waffles vegan?
No, these waffles are non-vegan as the Kodiak mixture has concentrated milk protein along with buttermilk. Moreover, the presence of eggs and Greek yogurt also makes it unsuitable for a vegan diet.
What else can be a more healthy and delicious treat than having this Kodiak Cakes Waffle? If you are on a diet but can’t resist your sweet cravings, try this Kodiak cake waffle recipe. It will satisfy your tastebuds and cravings without even disturbing your weight loss journey. Enjoy these healthy protein waffles!
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Kodiak Cakes Waffle Recipe
- ¼ cup Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes Flapjack and Waffles Mix
- 1 medium Ripe banana
- 3 large Eggs
- 1 cup Milk
- ⅓ cup Plain Greek yogurt
- 2 tablespoon Chia seeds
- 1 tablespoon Maple syrup
- 1 tablespoon Coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon Baking powder
- 1 ½ tablespoon Vanilla extract
- ¼ teaspoon Salt
- 1 teaspoon Baking powder
- ¼ cup Dark chocolate chips
- Take a waffle iron and preheat it. Spray cooking oil on the preheated waffle iron.
- Pour all the above ingredients except chocolate chips into a blender. Turn ON the blender to mix all the ingredients at high speed.
- Let the batter stay for 5 minutes to attain the desired consistency. If it seems thick, add some more milk.
- Add chocolate chips to the batter and stir.
- Pour batter on the waffle iron and cook it until the waffle turns golden brown. It usually takes five to six minutes. However, you can cook it for up to 10 minutes if you want crispy waffles.
- Repeat the above step to make all the waffles. Garnish it with the topping of your own choice. Enjoy having it with peanut butter, chopped walnuts, maple syrup, or banana slices.