Chocolate Shakeology Waffles


   We’ve been looking for new ways to use our Shakeology, and what better way is there than to cook with it!?  I looked through several recipes online, and not finding one I was totally in love with, I made my own.

These waffles turned out great!  They were just sweet enough, cooked through well, and were light and fluffy!


You’ll Need:

2 scoops or packets of Chocolate Shakeology

1/2 cup Old Fashioned Oats (not instant)

2 tsp Baking Powder

2 Eggs

1 TBSP Pure Vanilla Extract

1/4 cup Almond Milk

2 Ripe Bananas


Add all ingredients into a blender and blend until well mixed and smooth.  If you batter seems too thick, add and little more almond milk to achieve a more batter-like consistency.


Pour half of mixture into greased waffle maker.  You may need more or less depending on your particular machine.  Pour from center, and work towards edges so that the batter will fill out the square while cooking, but not overflow.


Once the waffles are cooked through, remove and place on a plate.


Serve with sliced fruit, peanut butter, or pure maple syrup, if you like!

Since this recipe yields 8 waffles, keep in mind that you can freeze any left overs and reheat them in your toaster for a quick healthy breakfast when you in a hurry!


2 thoughts on “Chocolate Shakeology Waffles

    • Hi Molly,
      It doesn’t worked out very evenly, but the total ingredients would equal 3 red containers, 1.5 yellow, and 4 purple. So assuming you eat two waffles as 1 servings, it would be -about- 3/4 red, less than 1/2 a yellow, and 1 purple container.

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