Collagen Waffle Recipe

As most readers know, I’ve been a Vital Proteins Ambassador for just over a year now. Last month, I posted about the results I’ve seen in my own personal life.  I’ve also posted about my hair, skin, and nails as well.

There are some days that I’m lazy and don’t want to cook a fancy meal for dinner. Maybe I’m cooking for one, maybe I’m exhausted from work, or maybe I just want breakfast for dinner.

What the case is, I’ve found an easy way to sneak collagen into waffles. I haven’t tried adding collagen in a waffle for breakfast. I think it would be fine but I’ve had good luck with having the same waffle and peanut butter for years before running (or anything), so why change now.

If you’re looking for an easy waffle recipe and to get collagen to try this.  I’m not foodie, but I’ve been to enough diners to know I like a crisper versus soggy waffle.

Collagen Waffle Recipe:

1 cup flour
3/4 cup milk
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 egg
1 tsp baking powder
2 scoops Unflavored Collagen PeptidesVital proteins hot cocoa collagen

Directions:

  1. Preheat waffle iron.
  2. Add egg and milk in bowl and mix together.
  3. Then add flour, oil, sugar, baking powder, and collagen powder.
  4. Spray waffle iron with cooking spray and pour mix.

How easy is that?  I topped mine with syrup, but there are so many options from peanut butter to yogurt, to fruit.

One of my goals in 2019 is trying to add it to various baked goods and breakfast items.

Questions for you:

What is your favorite breakfast? 

Have you tried collagen into any recipes? 

23 responses

  1. Adding collagen to waffles? Sounds like a terrific idea. Honestly, I have added collagen supplements to my skincare products and I won’t mind adding to a recipe too. Good enough, I love waffles for breakfast.

  2. Collagen seems to the new wonder ingredient and it is amazing all the different things you can do with it. I am suddenly wanting to tuck into a waffle now.

  3. I have not used collagen in ingredients before. My favorite breakfast is grits and bacon (surprise the southern likes grits lol) awesome post

  4. I have never tried collagen in any of my cooking. I also don’t usually have breakfast. Waffles make a great dessert for me though. 🙂

  5. I love adding collagen to anything I can and it has definitely made a huge difference. I never thought to add it to my baking though, I usually add it to my drinks.

  6. Wow! Sounds really amazing! Collagen is important to our body and this recipe is so perfect. I will give this a try!

  7. This is very interesting to hear incorporating collagen to waffles. That’s such a great way to have more collagen from our diet

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