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April 19, 2020

Start your day with these freezer-friendly waffles made right in a blender!

Best of all, these waffles are packed with whole food protein and fibre-filled carbs. The eggs and cottage cheese provide all of the protein without the addition of protein powder

 I opted for dury curd cottage cheese but you can use regular cottage cheese. The main difference is that the dry curd is higher protein, lower in carb (specifically the natural dairy sugar, lactose), and low in sodium. Both work great! If you opt for the dry curd, then add a dash of salt to the recipe and the almond milk  (or any milk!) to loosen up the batter. The regular cottage cheese is "liquid-y" and salty enough that you won't need to add extra liquid and salt.

You can easily double, triple or quadruple the recipe! You can freeze them and toast them up if you need a quick breakfast, tasty snack, or post-workout pick-me-up. These waffles are also practically effortless with the use of a blender. From there, simply pour the batter into the waffle maker!

Let’s make some waffles! And don’t forget to tag me on Instagram (@vitalitynutrition_ ) if you make 'em. I would love to see your creations.


6 Servings


Nutrition Facts



Protein: 17g


Fat: 7g


Carbohydrates: 19g


  • 6 eggs
  • 2 cups (160g) oats
  • 2 cups (250g) dry curd cottage cheese
  • *1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • *Pinch of salt

* if you use regular cottage cheese you'll obtain enough liquid and salt from and will not need the almond milk and pinch of salt!


  1. Add all of the ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Spray your waffle iron with non-stick spray
  3. Measure out 1/2 cup portions or pour the batter directly into the waffle iron
  4. The recipe makes 6 larger waffles or 8 smaller waffles. It just depends on the size of your waffle iron!
  5. Top them with your favorite toppings like fresh berries, thawed frozen berries, chia jam, nut butter, nuts, coconut, and more. The options are endless!
  6. Freeze the leftovers and toast when you are ready to enjoy!

TIP: try making a homemade berry chia jam as aolume-packed, fibre-rich alternative to syrup. Click here for the recipe!

PS: if you are looking for a single serve version of this recipe - I made something similar into pancakes. Click here!