This is a simple, healthy whole wheat waffles recipe. It is a fairly traditional waffle recipe with a few “extra” ingredients. It’s one of those healthy recipes, that is completely safe to serve to family or even friends because it’s not that “far out there.” Plus all of the ingredients are pantry staples, so you shouldn’t have to go buy a bunch of groceries.
Whenever I make this recipe, I like to double it and freeze the extras. My kids LOVE to have waffles in the morning, so it is nice to have some healthy and budget-friendly waffles ready to go.
All I have to do is heat them up and serve. My husband even likes it, and it makes me feel like a super mom and wife when I am prepared with delicious and healthy meals that my family actually requests.
Please comment below and let me know what you think of this recipe and if you tried freezing them.Print
Healthy Whole Wheat Waffles
This is a simple, healthy whole wheat waffles recipe. It is a fairly traditional waffle recipe with a few “extra” ingredients.
- Prep Time: 10
- Cook Time: 29
- Total Time: 39 minutes
- Yield: 6 1x
- Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl.
- Lightly grease a warmed up waffle iron.
- Cook in a waffle iron until done.
This made 6 large waffles with my waffle iron, but you could easily make more smaller portions
9 of the Best Whole Wheat Waffles
Some have things added to the batter like pumpkin and carrots. One of them can be made in the blender, which makes them really easy to make and clean up. I don’t see why they all couldn’t be made in the blender if that’s your thing.
Waffles are really easy to freeze and reheat in the toaster later. After all, how do you think they make Eggos? Just put some wax paper or parchment paper between them before you freeze them. Or put each one in a small sandwich size baggie, then freeze them all in a larger bag.
Use your imagination and put whatever you like on top, especially fruit of any kind is good. I love waffles with fruit and whip cream on top.
My mom used to make them for dinner every once in a while. It was like a treat because we thought we were eating dessert for dinner.
What is your favorite way to eat waffles? What do you like to put on top of them? Does anyone just eat them plain? As for me, I love maple syrup. I can eat anything as long as it has maple syrup on it.
Which ones of these recipes look good to you? Which one are you going to try first? Please comment below and let me know.
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Whole Wheat Waffles Recipes
1. Healthy Waffle Recipe – I Food Real
Eggs – Milk – Maple Syrup or Honey – Olive Oil – Vanilla – Baking Powder – Real Salt – Whole Wheat Flour
If you think that Lego of my Eggo’s belongs in a chemistry lab instead of your freezer then you’ve come to the right place. Homemade waffles especially clean eating ones made with whole wheat flour are a lot more healthy. Make a double or triple batch and freeze them and you can’t have a good healthy breakfast or snack anytime you want. Just put wax paper between the waffles before you freeze them so they won’t stick together. Or you could put each one in a sandwich bag then put them all in a larger zip-lock bag.
2. Banana Oatmeal Waffles – Savory Nothings
Whole Wheat Flour – Old Fashioned Oats – Baking Powder – Cinnamon – Real Salt – Milk – Eggs – Honey – Oil – Bananas – Walnuts
These banana whole wheat oatmeal waffles will give you a healthy start to your day. They are full of fluffy banana pieces and easy to make. You can bake them to a fluffy and crispy perfection in your waffle iron. Serve them with all of your favorite toppings. Some suggestions are strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, maple syrup, chocolate syrup, peanut butter, honey, jam, whipped cream, and chocolate chips.
3. Whole Wheat Blender Waffles – Well Plated
Applesauce – Milk – Butter – Eggs – Eggs – Maple Syrup – Vanilla – Whole Wheat Pastry Flour – Baking Powder – Cinnamon – Real Salt
These are like all good waffle recipes. They are buttery without being greasy. They are also light airy on the inside and crispy on the outside. They are naturally sweetened with maple syrup and actually low in fat. Applesauce makes them nice and moist plus you can cut down on the oil. Even picky eaters won’t know these are good for them.
4. Healthy Pumpkin Waffles – The Lemon Bowl
Yogurt – Pumpkin Puree – Milk – Eggs – Coconut Oil – Maple Syrup – Vanilla – Whole Wheat Pastry Flour – Ground Flax Seed – Baking Powder – Cinnamon – Nutmeg – Cloves – Real Salt – Walnuts
These Pumpkin waffles make for a hearty protein-packed breakfast. They are full of warm spices and perfect for a crisp fall morning but good any time of the year. Besides the pumpkin that makes these nice and moist, the yogurt does too. They are full of nutrients and vitamins. A drizzle of maple syrup and chopped walnuts are the perfect toppings. They are perfectly delicious without added toppings too.
5. Healthy Banana Waffles – Savory Nothings
Whole Wheat Flour – Cornstarch – Baking Powder – Cinnamon – Real Salt – Eggs – Buttermilk – Banana – Oil – Maple Syrup – Vanilla
These are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Perfect any time of the day. They are all things a waffle should be. They are naturally sweet with the banana and a little bit of maple syrup. They don’t have a strong banana flavor, just enough to moisten them up and give them a hint of a banana bread flavor. Don’t skip beating the egg white separately. Doing that really gives them the extra lift they need to make them light and fluffy. Don’t be lazy, just do it. You won’t be sorry.
6. Orange Blueberry Waffles – Wake Up To Waffles
Whole Wheat Flour – Coconut Sugar – Baking Powder – Real Salt – Orange – Almond Milk – Vanilla – Eggs – Coconut Oil – Blueberries
Blueberries and oranges are a wonderful combination. If you’ve never tried them together you should. This is the perfect opportunity. These are light and fluffy and subtly sweet. They make the perfect meal whether you eat them for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. They are good any time of the day.
7. Easy Whole Wheat Freezer Friendly Waffles – A Mind “Full” Mom
Whole Wheat Flour – Real Salt – Baking Soda – Baking Powder – Coconut Oil – Eggs – Buttermilk
These are plain and simple so that you can put your favorite toppings on them. There are so many possibilities. Besides the usual maple syrup, you might like to try some sliced bananas with a slather of peanut butter. Another possibility if some fresh fruit with whipped cream. How about a layer of ice cream with your favorite chocolate or caramel sauce. What is your favorite topping to put on waffles?
8. Whole Wheat Pineapple-Carrot Cake Waffles with Maple Cream Cheese Glaze – Ambitious Kitchen
Whole Wheat White Flour – Baking Powder – Cinnamon – Nutmeg – Ginger – Real Salt – Carrots – Maple Syrup – Coconut Oil – Vanilla – Eggs – Kefir – Pineapple – Cream Cheese
Now I’m getting serious with these carrot cake waffles. There are kind of like eating a piece of carrot cake. They have added carrots and pineapple. Sometimes she adds a little zucchini too. Then she tops it with a cream cheese glaze. She puts kefir in it but you don’t have to, you can use buttermilk instead if you want to. These are freezer friendly too. You can put the leftover in the freezer then when you have a waffle craving you can pop them in the toaster to thaw them out and heat them up at the same time.
9. Saturday Morning Waffles – The Gracious Pantry
Whole Wheat White Flour – Baking Powder – Eggs – Milk
These are made with whole wheat white flour. It’s easier to find in stores than whole wheat pastry flour and it’s just as clean eating. Tiffany says you can find it in some stores like Walmart, and Trader Joe’s. This is a plain recipe but you can add any flavorings you’d like to. Tiffany suggests vanilla extract, cocoa powder, orange extract, lemon extract, almond or hazelnut extract.
They are really good with maple syrup and bananas on top. If you aren’t a big maple syrup fan, my mother isn’t. In fact, she actually doesn’t like it at all. You could try some honey instead. I like peanut butter and honey mixed together. Go ahead be creative. What are your favorite toppings?