Fluffy Greek Yogurt Waffles

plate of greek yogurt waffles with berries
Author: Heather
Category: Brand Sponsored
Published Date: 01/22/2021
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This post is sponsored by FAGE. All opinions are my own.

I am aspiring to be my best self this year. That means, no more excuses about exercising, eating better, and being much more organized in all aspects of my life, including making sure my kids have better breakfast options available on school days. Last week, I made a batch of homemade Greek yogurt waffles with FAGE Total Plain and had to share the recipe with you because they are so delicious.

These Greek yogurt waffles are packed with protein and because they make 24 four-inch waffles, I can make a batch, freeze them and the girls can pop them in the toaster in the morning, before school for a quick and delicious breakfast.

aerial view of a plate of waffles and a waffle iron

aerial view of a plate of waffles and FAGE yogurt

aerial view of a plate of waffles and berries

aerial view of a plate of waffles and FAGE yogurt

The secret to the perfect homemade waffle is quality ingredients, knowing how much batter to use for each waffle and how much time to cook each one. I use a four-inch waffle iron, but this batter can also be used in a Belgium waffle iron, yielding 6 or so waffles. 

For the four-inch waffle iron, you’ll want to use 2 tablespoons of batter per waffle. Anything more and it will leak out of the sides. I cook my waffles for 3 minutes each and they come out perfectly golden brown, with a little bit of crunch.

If you’re making these to freeze, you can put them in a freezer-safe container or storage bag for two to three months (though they don’t usually last that long in our house). When you’re ready to eat them, put them in the toaster, on the lightest setting and they will come out warm and crispy on the outside and perfectly fluffy on the inside.

plate of greek yogurt waffles with berries

stack of waffles

FAGE total 5% plain greek yogurt

plate of greek yogurt waffles with berries and FAGE yogurt

We like our Greek yogurt waffles a little on the sweet side, so I use both sugar and honey. You are welcome to leave that out if you’d like. 

My kids love them so much, they eat them plain! But you can also top them with fresh berries, maple syrup, honey, or powdered sugar. You can even use them as the bread for a breakfast sandwich!

Lactose-Free Greek Yogurt Waffles with FAGE BestSelf

If you want to make these Greek yogurt waffles lactose-free, it’s just a few simple changes that you’ll need to make to my recipe.

plate of greek yogurt waffles with berries

Why I Choose FAGE

If it’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, it’s that when you’re cooking, the ingredients make all the difference. I choose FAGE Greek yogurt because of its high quality and its great taste! And while I love the blended varieties with fresh fruit and honey, the Total Plain Greek yogurt works so well, in so many recipes, including these Greek yogurt waffles.

I love that FAGE also has a lactose-free option. FAGE BestSelf is real dairy Greek yogurt without the lactose. It has the rich, creamy goodness of dairy with 100% natural ingredients. It’s Non-GMO Project Verified, protein-rich, low fat, and made with milk from non-GMO fed cows.

FAGE BestSelf is available in plain, vanilla, strawberry, blueberry, and peach. Visit FAGE’s website to find FAGE products online or in a store near you.

plate of greek yogurt waffles with berries and syrup

plate of greek yogurt waffles with berries

plate of waffles in front of FAGE yogurt

a fork going into a stack of waffles

steps to make greek yogurt waffles

I’ve tried to show the steps in the photos above for you, to make it a bit easier.

Step 1: Mix eggs, milk, FAGE Total Plain Greek yogurt, vanilla, and honey together.

Step 2: Add in all dry ingredients and combine.

Step 3: Spray your waffle iron with cooking spray.

Step 4: Pour batter.

Step 5: Close the waffle iron and let cook until golden brown.

Step 6: Remove waffle and repeat steps until all of your batter has been used.

Now that you know a little bit about these Greek yogurt waffles, I’m excited to share our recipe.

GREEK YOGURT WAFFLES WITH LACTOSE-FREE OPTION

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Greek Yogurt Waffles with Lactose Free Option


  • Author: Heather l The Super Mom Life
  • Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes
  • Yield: 24 waffles 1x

Description

Greek yogurt waffles are packed with protein, are golden brown on the outside and perfectly fluffy on the inside. This easy recipe will make enough for you to freeze and toast each morning.


Ingredients

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  • cooking spray
  • 2 large eggs, room temperature
  • 1 1/2 cups milk (use lactose-free milk for lactose-free option)
  • 1/2 cup FAGE Total Plain Greek yogurt (use FAGE BestSelf for lactose-free option)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 1/2 cups flour
  • 1/2 cup vanilla protein powder (use lactose-free protein powder or switch to flour for lactose-free option)
  • 1.5 tbsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp iodized salt
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1/8 tsp nutmeg (optional)
  • 23 tsp granulated sugar (optional)

Instructions

  • If your waffle iron isn’t non-stick, spray with cooking spray and plug in to heat up.
  • Whisk together eggs, milk, FAGE Greek yogurt, vanilla, and honey until well combined.
  • Add in dry ingredients (flour, protein powder, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, and sugar) and stir until completely combined.
  • Pour batter on the heated waffle iron and cook until golden brown.
  • Top with fresh berries, syrup, or honey.

Notes

For a 4″ waffle iron, pour 2 tbsp of batter and cook for 3 minutes.

  • Prep Time: 5 min
  • Cook Time: 60 min

Keywords: breakfast, lactose-free, waffles, Greek yogurt

If you make these Greek yogurt waffles, we’d love to hear your thoughts. If you post it on social media, we’d love for you to tag @thesupermomlife! Don’t forget to check out all of our family-friendly recipes!

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  • These waffles sound so delicious. The yogurt adds some protein to them and that is a good thing

  • I had no idea that Greek yogurt waffles were a thing. They sound tasty and I would love to try the lactose-free version! Thanks for sharing.

  • Oh, yum! I just found a new favorite breakfast for my family. I love the extra protein. It makes waffles so much more healthy.

  • Aww yeah. Now that’s what I call a breakFEAST! This is so perfect for me on lift days. I get in some carbs and a big dose of protein, too.

    • Yum! These waffles are making me drool! They look absolutely mouthwatering. My son will love this.

  • I love that huge boost of protein that you get with adding the greek yogurt to this waffle mix. That’s such a healthy way to start the day.

  • Those waffles do look like a great protein packed breakfast. My son is trying to eat healthy and still eat enough protein so i have to try this recipe for him.