Greek Yogurt Waffles

I love these waffles. Not only do they taste terrific, they are high in protein and low in calories. These waffles are a great way to start your day. Another wonderful thing about these waffles is that you can eat the entire recipe and not feel guilty. I love making recipes that I don’t have to worry about eating too much. You will notice most of my recipes are usually only 1-2 servings. You can always double the recipe to be able feed more people. With the size of our family  this is what works for us for now. These waffles are a great way to start your day. Enjoy!

Greek Yogurt Waffles

WIAW 30 - Greek Yogurt Waffles

Makes: 2-3 Waffles

Servings: 1-2


1/2 cup Flour

1 tsp baking powder

3/4 tsp baking soda (I use a tsp. and just estimate)

1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt (you can you any flavor, I prefer plain and add vanilla extract)

1 egg

pinch of salt

1 tsp vanilla (omit if you use vanilla yogurt)

1-2 Tbls. water


1. Combine first 3 ingredients together set aside.

2. Stir rest of ingredients together.

3. Mix wet ingredients into dry until well combined add water.

4. Turn on waffle maker and let batter sit until ready (about 5 minutes)


Entire Recipe (depending on which brand of Greek yogurt and type flour +/- 5 grams):

Calories: 345

Fat: 4g

Carbs: 48.5g

Fiber: 8g (depends on type of flour)

Sugars: 4.5g

Protein: 23.5g

14 Responses to Greek Yogurt Waffles

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  4. Julie M says:

    I made this recipe this morning. I added 1 tsp of cinnamon and it was delicious. I was worried bc my batter was pretty thick, but the waffles turned out great. Thanks for posting!

    • Renee says:

      I am so happy you liked them. Cinnamon would be delicious. The best part is they are healthy and taste great. You can’t beat that. :)
      Yes, the batter is very thick, that makes them nice and fluffy. Thank you!!

  5. Lauren says:

    These sound great? Did you use anything to grease the waffle iron? If not, do they stick?

    • Renee says:

      They are delicious. I love that you can enjoy waffles without the guilt. :)

      Yes, I brush some canola oil on the waffle iron before each making each waffle and that works great for us. :)

  6. Katie says:

    So delicious! I can’t believe waffles can taste this good without butter or oil. Topped them with fresh strawberries and bananas, amazing! I will definitely make these again!

    • Renee says:

      Thank you. They are definitely a favorite in our house and I love how healthy they are for us. I love strawberries and banana’s with my waffles too. I am so glad you liked them.

  7. Kavita says:

    I’m so glad I found this recipe and your blog! Ran out of milk this morning, but had a lot of yoghurt to use up. These waffles were so light and perfect! Thank you for sharing.

  8. Christine says:

    Are these freezable? Have you tried freezing/thawing them before? Looking for quick but healthy breakfasts ideas for the kids!

    • Renee says:

      I have never tried freezing them, but I am sure it would work. I would suggest reheating them in your toaster. If you try it let me know how they turn out. :)

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