These tasty Chocolate Raspberry GG Fiber Waffles will pack your breakfast with 31g protein and 26g of filling fiber to help you reach daily fiber goals AND contribute to a healthier gut.
Most Americans don’t get enough fiber, only 3% of us, actually. Fiber is a key nutrient necessary for our gut health as well as helping us to control appetite and keep us satisfied. The US Dietary Guidelines recommend approximately 25 grams per day for women and 38 grams for men. With an average intake of 15 grams, we have a long way to go. These Chocolate Raspberry GG Fiber Waffles are a tasty solution to your fiber woes.
I’ve been recommending GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbread crackers to my clients for many years as a way to curb hunger and reach daily fiber goals. With 4g fiber per cracker, the total adds up very quickly. I often prepare them with cream cheese and smoked salmon, tomatoes and cucumbers or in the toaster oven topped with tomato sauce and cheese to make mini GG pizzas. For a while, I’ve been making protein pancakes with ground GG’s, egg whites, vanilla, cinnamon and stevia. THEN, I purchased a waffle maker and a whole new world has opened up to me. It’s been GG waffle heaven in my kitchen!
These Chocolate Raspberry GG Fiber Waffles (and all GG waffles) fit perfectly into my Protein-Packed Breakfast Club recipes. An extra protein boost comes from topping the waffle with cottage cheese or Greek yogurt. I also discovered an amazing syrup that has only 2 net carbs with 11g fiber per Tablespoon and no artificial sweeteners!
Once you get the hang of it this meal is on the table in 10 minutes. That’s even doable on a weekday, and you have time for a quick clean up while the waffle is cooking. Remember, get as creative as you want with toppings. All frozen fruit varieties work fabulously all year round. The chocolate flavor pairs well with strawberries, bananas, pears, pomegranates and more. Make it even more interesting by using flavored Greek yogurt (I prefer to stick to ones with less than 10g sugar per 5.3oz cup).
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- 4 GG fiber crackers, crushed (GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbread)
- 1 teaspoon chia seeds
- ¼ teaspoon cinnamon
- 2 Tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
- 3 packets stevia or preferred sweetener
- ½ cup liquid egg whites
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/3 cup 1-2% cottage cheese
- ½ cup raspberries
- optional: 1 Tablespoon sugar free chocolate syrup like ChocZero
- Grind GG crackers in a blender or food processor until you have fine crumbles.
- Plug in the waffle maker to preheat.
- Add chia, cinnamon, cocoa powder, stevia, egg whites and vanilla to the GG crumbles and process until well blended.
- Spray the waffle iron with nonstick spray, add batter slowly and evenly and close the lid to cook.
- You may want to cook it a little longer than when the waffle maker says it’s done for a total of 2 ½-3 minutes.
- Carefully remove the waffle and place on a plate. Top with cottage cheese, raspberries and chocolate syrup if desired.
*Adding the ChocZero syrup increases the fiber content by a whopping 11 grams per Tablespoon for a total of 37 grams of fiber for the whole recipe!! If you are not used to eating a lot of fiber, I suggest eating a smaller portion to begin until your gut is accustomed to a higher fiber intake.
*If you prefer, try topping the waffle with vanilla or raspberry Greek yogurt and fruit.
*Check out my Amazon influencer page to shop for ChocZero syrup or GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbreads https://www.amazon.com/shop/laurenpincusrd (affiliate link)
If you purchase the ChocZero peppermint/chocolate syrup variety pack, you can make your own Peppermint Mocha coffees too 🙂
Disclosure: I have no affiliation with GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbread or ChocZero syrup.
The believe the original recipe for waffles made from GG crackers was developed by F Factor, this one I created on my own.
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