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Diane Dreier (Weatherford) LM, CPM


From my colleague and friend, Kristin Green... this sounds delicious! ... See MoreSee Less

Protein packed waffles! Another egg alternative for breakfast. If you haven't seen Power Cakes, they are worth the money. That is one way I sneak protein into my carb addicted son. These are 2 full size waffles. Made with 3/4 c Power cakes and 1/2 c liquid. (water,milk,almond milk etc). I add a little vanilla, just cause. This has 20 grams of protein. If you use milk, (I tend to avoid dairy) you add another 4 grams protein. To avoid a high sugar topping. Take a generous amount of healthy fat. I used coconut oil about 3 T and about a half a banana. The riper the banana the sweeter. Then I cut through a couple frozen strawberries and basically sauteed it in the pan until nice and mushy. You can add a tablespoon of maple syrup if you want a little sweet. I dumped over the waffles and added a little fresh bananas and strawberries on top. You could add a scoop of collagen and have 30 grams of protein. You could also add 2 T of almond butter and add another 7 grams of protein. If you added collagen and almond butter. You are looking at 37 grams of protein. Even if you can only eat half 18 grams of protein is a good start to that 80 grams a day. Less than 15 grams of sugar depending on how much sugar you add. AND 3 Tablespoons minimum good fat. You can even butter or use coconut oil on the waffles. Hint: Fat is what sustains you from one meal to another. It keeps you from getting the munchies. Don't skimp on GOOD fat. Also. Calories intake from 2 waffles like shown is about 750 calories assuming you used a Tablespoon butter on waffles. Most of the calories is from the fat - about 500 calories worth. Fat doesn't make you fat, carbs especially sugar does! This is beneficial for those pregnant moms having a hard time getting in the caloric intake. Add fat!!! 🙂 Also the sugar to protein ratio can be tweaked to be amazing. You always want a minimum ratio of double protein to carbs for level blood sugar. Especially if you have blood sugar issues. So if you add the extra collagen and almond and use a very ripe banana and no added sugar. About 15 grams sugar and about 37 grams protein. Not bad for a starchy treat. and this will taste like a treat 😉

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SHOUT OUT TO ALL THE DOULAS. 💁🏽‍♀️ euphoricherbals.com Doula game on point 👌🏼 Tag your Doula friend

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The Car Seat Lady has some excellent videos and tips!
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