A decadent waffle recipe created by Bailey Campbell made with pure cricket protein powder.
Who knew that cricket protein could look and taste so good?
These waffles taste amazing, and you can feel good about eating them. They're made with natural ingredients and pack a nutritional punch. There are approximately 14 grams of protein and 4.5 grams of fibre par waffle. That's a powerful waffle!
You do need a waffle iron for this recipe, but we think that it's well worth the effort.
This recipe was developed with our Pure Cricket Protein powder, which can be used in baking, cooking and smoothies. It adds a subtle nutty aroma to a recipe, and is packed with nutrients.
If you don't have the oat flour required for the recipe, you can make your own by throwing some rolled oats in a food processor!
Serve these up for your next Sunday breakfast, or triple the recipe and invite friends for brunch!
Recipe (makes 2 waffles)
1/3 cup almond milk
1/8 cup coconut oil (room temperature)
2 tbsp maple syrup
1/2 tsp apple cider vinegar
2/3 cup oat flour
1/2 tsp baking soda
1-2 tbsp Pure Cricket Protein powder
pinch of salt and cinnamon
1) Preheat your waffle iron.
2) Mix all dry ingredients together in a bowl.
3) In a separate bowl, whisk together all wet ingredients.
4) Combine the dry and wet ingredients, and scoop half the batter into greased waffle iron. Cook until golden brown.
5) Top with maple syrup, bananas, and blueberries!
Recipe and Photos by Bailey Campbell, creator of the blog Basics With Bails.
About Basics With Bails - "Just as the name suggests, Basics With Bails is a blog to help you get back to the basics! I use my Instagram platform as a way to share healthy, delicious, and accessible recipes that nourish the body and soul! I believe the secret to health and happiness starts from within, and isn't as complicated as everyone thinks!"