High Protein Waffles (via )

Saw this on Freshly Pressed and I just couldn’t resist. There hasn’t been actual waffle here for quite some time.

High Protein Waffles This waffle recipe has fast become a favorite at our house. I love it because it is a healthy soaked whole grain, gluten free*, full of protein start to the day. My husband and children love it because you would never know that it is healthy, gluten free, or full of protein; it just tastes light and delicious. 12-24 hours before: soak 1 cup organic rolled oats in 3/4 cup whey (or 1 cup yogurt if you don’t have just whey). This should be done at r … Read More

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Loyal Wafflings

Not really that many of them these days. What with modern technology and everything, wafflings just aren’t looking out for interesting waffle content any longer. It’s clearly not hi-tech enough.

Until now.

The Hoke (a.k.a. Chris) sent me, the Mighty Waffle Master, a waffley link. It’s a geeky waffle, but it is a waffle identified in the wild.

The Waffle Master welcomes your waffley submissions. Photos or links are best.
Keep them coming.

The Cycle of Life

Long the Waffle Group has existed, but where are the frigging waffles?
This problem is no more.

Last weekend Angie and I were invited over to Gaby’s place (where Quinn was hiding out) to partake in waffle creation and consumption.

Behold the waffle creation and consumption log.
We looked upon the waffles and saw that they were good.

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The Essence of Waffle

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Waffle Spawner at the Ready

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Freshly Spawned, Naked Waffles

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Clothed Waffle

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Waffle Entrails