Looking for something fun and a little sweet but don’t want a lot of leftovers for breakfast? Try these soft and chewy cinnamon sugar waffle sticks that serve just ONE. These waffle sticks are made from 8 simple ingredients coated with a little cinnamon sugar for some sweet fun and served with a creamy dairy-free yogurt frosting dip. These waffle sticks are great for kids too.
If you haven’t noticed already from our snap chats and weekly sparks recaps we are obsessed with our waffle maker. We seriously use it every day after our Vitamix and coffee maker.
One day we got to chatting about making another waffle stick recipe. This recipe idea popped up in our heads. We enjoy a good cinnamon sugar baked good from time to time so we decided that’s what we were going to make. Plus we think waffle sticks are just too cute.
Single serving cinnamon sugar protein waffle sticks that are gluten-free and grain-free.
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Breakfast never looked so good! Cinnamon Sugar Protein Waffle Sticks taste just like churros but are made in a waffle iron instead of fried! They’re super tasty and easy to make!
Few notes about the ingredients.
We used semi ripe plantains to help make the waffle base a little sweeter on its own.
We used pea protein in these waffles to add some more protein punch, but you can use any flour if you aren’t a fan of protein powders.
Gluten-free, dairy-free, grain-free cinnamon sugar waffle sticks with coconut yogurt frosting recipe
We thoroughly enjoyed this waffle recipe.
We’ve made it twice – doubling the recipe.
Madison enjoyed some too.
The texture was soft and light for the waffles with a slight chew. They are more soft not crispy waffles. But we are okay with that.
We also wanted to serve these waffle sticks with a creamy topping. So, coconut butter came to mind. As we started to play around with the creamy topping idea we decided to add in some yogurt to make it rich and creamy.
Plus, it’s a nice way to get a little extra healthy fats and probiotics in us. We used coconut yogurt mixed with coconut butter to create our frosting. You can replace with any yogurt you like.
For the sugar mix we did a mix of raw cane sugar and xylitol. We like to mix up our sugars. We know sugar is sugar but we like to get variety. Plus both our skin does great with xylitol. Of course you can use whatever makes you feel your best and happy. There are no rules.Print
Cinnamon sugar protein waffle sticks with yogurt frosting
Single serving cinnamon sugar protein waffle sticks with a dairy-free coconut yogurt frosting as the dip. This recipe is made from just 8 ingredients including plantains! NO flour making it gluten-free and grain-free recipe.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 10 minutes
- 75 grams plantains (weighed after peeling)
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 tablespoon coconut oil
- 3 tablespoons protein powder
- 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
- 3 tablespoons sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon coconut butter
- 2 tablespoons coconut yogurt
- Heat waffle maker.
- Blend waffle ingredients in blender until smooth.
- Pour batter into waffle maker and let cook.
Place all ingredients for sugar coating in a small bowl and toss together.
Place frosting ingredients into a small bowl and mix together.
- When waffles are done let slightly cool.
- Cut into strips.
- Lightly coat waffle sticks with coconut oil.
- Toss waffle sticks in cinnamon sugar bowl.
- Mix around until all pieces are covered.
- Enjoy with the yogurt frosting.
- Serving Size: serves 1
Another plantain dessert recipe down in our books that will be a go-to for us.
A must make recipe that serves one!
Do you like waffle sticks? What about cinnamon sugar waffle sticks?
Lori and Michelle
Oh my goodness, these protein waffle sticks looks INCREDIBLE! The sugar looks so sweet–I’ll probably replace the sugar with Stevia and cinnamon! Hope it tastes just as good and will let you know how to turns out 🙂
Yes enjoy them!
What kind of waffle iron do you use? I’m in the process of buying a new one and I’m curious!
It is Cuisnart. It was wedding gift. I believe the person got it from Williams and Sonoma
Damn! Looks delicious!!! And easy. I love that these are packed with protein and simple ingredients. 🙂
hi there, i don’t have protein powered to hand so just wondering what else could i use? Thanks!!
You can use any other flour of choice or nut meal like almond to replace the protein powder in the waffle
Do you have the nutrition facts already tallied for this recipe! They were awesome and were great in my Pampered Chef WAFFLE STICK PAN!
Glad you enjoyed the recipe.