Friday, October 8, 2010

Healthier Waffles with Strawberry Syrup

     If you regularly follow my blog, you know we have a bad habit of eating waffles or pancakes every Friday. You may have also seen an earlier post that I'm trying to eat without sugar, salt, or oils right now. Now you are probably wondering how or if we had waffles or pancakes this morning.
We did. 
     They were a little different than our normal waffles, but to me they were fabulous after eating not so good turkey sausage links and delicious fruit for breakfast all this week. I even made enough for J to try...he's so supportive.

1 c oats, ground into flour
4 egg whites
2 tsp butternut extract
4 tsp sugar substitute (or real sugar if you aren't cutting back)
1 c berries (I used strawberries, but blueberries would be awesome!)
4 tsp sugar (or sub)
  • Preheat waffle iron. If you get it really hot, you don't have to spray it with oil before using.
  • Combine ingredients for waffles. Add enough water to make smooth. 
  • Pour onto waffle iron until golden.
  • For syrup: Over med heat, or in microwave, cook berries until soggy. Puree with a little water and sugar until desired consistency.


  1. Ha! I have blueberry sauce posting in the morning! Looks like we're on the same wavelength!

  2. I will check that out. I bought some blueberries for our this week.


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