Menu Monday: Trim healthy Waffles - E

You may have noticed that I didn't post a Menu Monday last week...the week before was super busy, and I forgot to take a picture of anything to share with you. 
I sincerely hope that you forgive me. Well, okay, I unsincerly hope that you forgive me. 
I really truly do hope that you didn't mind too much though. 
I'll stop while I'm ahead.

The recipe for this week is designed to only serve two people. Or one person twice. Normally I post recipes magnified greatly, because that's how much food that I actually make. For those who don't know me, I have 8 siblings. 3 of them are boys between the ages of 11 and 15. They eat. A lot.
This recipe is different because it's a thm recipe, and only two of  us are are doing thm..The last Menu Monday post had adaptations included to make it a thm S meal.  If you are wondering what in the world thm is, it stands for Trim Healthy Mama. Look it up. I've included a link.
Maybe someday I'll do a whole post on thm. Until then, you can purchase and read the book. You'll thank me later.
Just a note- even if you are unfamiliar with thm (right now, that is, you shouldn't be for long.), you can still make and enjoys these waffles.

Trim Healthy Waffles - E

Ingredients:
2/3 of a cup rolled oats
2/3 of a cup egg whites - I use the carton kind, but you could also separate regular ol’ eggs, if you want to go through the trouble, or don't have the carton kind
1 small apple
1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar 
2 teaspoons baking powder
3 teaspoons Truvia
Small glug of vanilla - maybe 2 teaspoons
Cooking oil spray

Place the oats in the blender, and grind until powdered. Add all other ingredients except cooking spray, and blend well.
Heat waffle iron and lightly spray with cooking oil. Not more than a teaspoon though, unless you're aiming for a Crossover!
Cook waffles according to iron directions - this recipe should make 4-5 waffles.

You can then spread a bit Greek yogurt or a small amount of applesauce on your waffles. This is a lovely meal with a small side of fruit. If you wanted to raise your protein content,  add a side of scrambled egg whites, cooked in a nonstick pan.

Linked up at Gwen's Nest on Low Carb Cinnamon Dippers [Trim Healthy Tuesday] 

Comments

  1. Oh, yum! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for linking up! :)
    Gwen

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  2. This sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing!

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