Start your day off right with these nutrition packed high protein waffles. They’re so easy to make and all done in your blender and now you’ll be able to meal-prep them so you can start off your day right every day of the week. Meal-Prep Protein WafflesWaffles are seriously one of my favorite breakfast ever but because regular waffles are considered “unhealthy” I’ve managed to find a way to have my waffles and enjoy them too. They say Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and a high protein breakfast can help aid weight loss and boost energy levels.

These high protein waffles are low-in carbs, fat and high in protein so they’re the perfect balanced breakfast. Top them with berries and a few teaspoons of almond butter, Greek yogurt or real maple syrup and enjoy this tasty breakfast all week long!
Meal-Prep Protein Waffles

4.70 from 10 votes

Meal-Prep Protein Waffles

By: Layla
Prep5 minutes
Cook12 minutes
Total17 minutes
Servings 4



  • Preheat a waffle iron and lightly coat it with a nonstick spray.

  • Place oats, cottage cheese, eggs, honey, vanilla, and baking powder in a blender and blend until smooth.

  • Pour 1/2 cup (more or less depending on your waffle iron) onto waffle iron and cook until waffle iron turns off. Repeat until all the batter is finished.
  • To meal-prep: Divide waffles evenly into 4 meal prep containers. Add 1/4 cup of berries into each container along with a few teaspoons of almond butter, Greek yogurt or maple syrup.
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  1. I have not done the recipe yet, because I am building my workout meal plans but I have calculated all the macros:

    The whole recipe is 801 calories for the ingredients

    55.8 g of protein
    30.1 g of fat
    66.4 g of carbs

    So divide the total calories and macros values by however many waffles this will make and you will get your values for one waffle.

    1. Updating back, because I have made the recipe this morning. It is delicious 😋 but one downside it’s quite thick to pour on the iron, and it only made 2 1/2 waffles.

  2. Where is the nutrition information for the protein waffle recipe?

  3. I know many asking about calories. I dont see the answer. Would you please send me email calorie info per waffle or waffles plus fruits per box. Ty

    1. This is a fantastic recipe! I was really surprised how good they tasted especially when u look at the ingredients . My 4 year old also loves them!

  4. Is 261 calories for whole waffle or 1/4 of one whole waffle? Thx

  5. Is 261 calories for one whole waffle or 1/4 of a whole waffle?? Thx Dianne

  6. When you say 1 waffle = 261 calories is that the 2 pieces in one container or a total of 4 pieces?

  7. Hi! What would you recommend as a non dairy substitute for cottage cheese?

    1. Delicious but would like nutritional value – especially how much protein. This made 4 waffles