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By: Lindsay Zacharia

Lindsay Zacharia is a clean food and wellness blogger, who currently shares her recipes and lifestyle tips on her Instagram blog @thesimplebite. Here, she shares her recipe for classic Blueberry Waffles.

Summer calls for all the fruit you can get your hands on at the farmers market! The following recipe was made for those who share that same belief – and boy, did they really luck out. This fruity blueberry waffle stack will keep you coming back for more and may even become your new breakfast staple. (Yep, they’re that good!)

The ingredients included in this recipe are super healthy and easy to gather – mainly because most (if not all of them) are already in your kitchen. The blueberries and banana bring the wholesome, naturally sweet flavor, while the egg and Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides pack on the protein and provide the added wellness benefits.

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how to make blueberry waffles

Blueberry Waffles 

Yields 3 blueberry waffles

Ingredients:

Optional Toppings:

  • Maple syrup
  • Ghee
  • Jam of choice

Directions:

  1. Mash the banana in a mixing bowl using a whisk or fork.
  1. Add remaining wet ingredients to the bowl and mix.
  1. Once wet ingredients are well combined, add the dry ingredients (excluding the blueberries).
  1. Once all main ingredients are well combined, fold in the blueberries. Work carefully as you don’t want to mash the blueberries into the batter.
  1. Once the batter is ready, heat up your waffle maker.
  1. Grease the pan with some coconut oil or any oil of choice.
  1. Using ¼ of a measuring cup, scoop batter into the waffle maker and let it cook for 1-2 minutes.
  1. Once cooked through (should only be 30-60 seconds on the last side), transfer to a plate to serve.
  1. Once the pan is clear, repeat steps 7-9 until the batter is gone. Enjoy with your toppings of choice!

waffle recipe