Chocolate Protein Waffle

Rachel and Darryl Boutin: Episode 38

When you want a yummy and healthy breakfast (with chocolate – whaaaa???) you MUST try these waffles from Rachel and Darryl!

30g cup Dark Chocolate Kodiak Cakes Pancake/Waffle Mix  

120g almond/soy/regular milk

top with syrup and/or PB2 (powdered peanut butter that you mix with water)

25g Chocolate Protein powder (preferably Quest brand because it’s the most delicious)

5g unsweetened cocoa powder (optional)

50g Liquid Egg Whites

Dash of cinnamon (optional)



Ready in
10 minutes


  1. Mix all the ingredients together
  2. Pour in your waffle maker for 3-5 minutes! (If you don’t have a waffle maker, you can make a pancake instead!)


1 whole egg or 3 egg whites

Promix Vegan Pea Protein + B12

1 tsp organic pure Madagascar vanilla extract (or scrape a vanilla bean)

Organic, Unsweetened Almond milk* (you can use any kind of milk you enjoy)

Optional: sprinkle in cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom



Ready in


  1. Heat skillet over medium – high
  2. In bowl, Mash banana with a fork or a nutribullet if you hate lumps
  3. Mix in eggs
  4. Add 1 scoop of protein
  5. Add in milk
  6. Stir in vanilla /spices
  7. Add grass fed butter or ghee to pan
  8. If batter is too watery add a bit more protein or alternatively almond or coconut flour! You want the batter to have a balance of liquid and thick consistency, otherwise these little guys will break every time you flip!
  9. Turn heat down to medium
  10. – batter in skillet using measuring cup or ladle
  11. Wait for small bubbles on top
  12. Flip (make sure the pan still has a coating of your ghee/butter)
  13. Enjoy, top with pure maple syrup, honey or the “RK way” straight up
 Step your 🥞 Game Up:
More Protein: 
  1. add extra protein for a post workout big bag, use plain greek yogurt instead of milk. (I use Siggis, high protein / low sugar / low fat)
  2. Add in Promix Powdered Peanut Butter to the mix and an extra tablespoon of yogurt
Travel Tips:
  1. make an extra batch and store in a freezer bag in the refrigerator and eat with your hands on the go as a pre-workout snack!
Post Views: 425


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to top