These delicious new high protein, low carb waffles are an experiment from the kitchens at Linda's Diet Delites.
The low carb biscuits and low carb pancakes have become so popular we decided to try our hand at waffles using a similar base for the dough. The nutritional information is based on a mix and additional ingredients that have been lab tested.
Ingredients: Enzyme enriched wheat, vital wheat gluten, wheat fiber, high-protein patent wheat flour, vegetable fiber, canola oil, salt, dextrose, emulsifiers, enzymes, ascorbic acid, sucralose, calcium propionate, palm and palm-kernal oil, buttermilk powder, baking powder, egg white powder, lecithin, salt, natural flavors. Linda's Diet Delites makes some delicious breakfast staples, I'll certainly hand it to them! I want to emphasize that I DO NOT inject insulin and I DO NOT take any diabetic drugs which in my opinion makes me a perfect guinea pig to test any supposed low carb product. P-28 Protein Bread-This bread is not low carb and does not purport to be but it is very high in protein (14g) in one large slice (47g). This entry was posted in Side Buttons and tagged best low carb bakery, gluten free shoppe, healthwise bakery, linda's diet delites, real low carb bakery on June 8, 2013 by Deborah Krueger.
The reason I got these is that I thought they might have many more carbs than stated and when I glucose tested them on myself they had as minimal an impact on my blood sugar as anything I have ever tested. Unfortunately because the FDA has no guidelines on anything, any company can literally say what they want and I will say this, the people who know how to actually calculate “Net Carbs” are few and far between. I am extremely carb sensitive and since I do not take any medication I would tell you that 8g carbs should have boosted my blood sugar far higher than these muffins did. Ciao Carb High Protein Low Carb Tagliatelle Pasta is crafted using only the finest ingredients with Italian tradition.
Each package contains 2 servings of low carb pasta conveniently packaged in single serving pouches to ensure you are eating the appropriate amount. I received my first pack for free since I had a coupon code, but I would have no problem ordering more and also recommend them to anyone who is curious!
This week Kroger has cottage cheese on sale so it was the perfect time to try out this recipe.
If you're familiar with Linda's low carb biscuits or low carb pancakes, they taste identical, they're just shaped differently.
I personally preferred the pancakes more since I like how they don't form pockets of syrup when I do choose to add it (I've always preferred pancakes over waffles), but if waffles are more your thing then Linda's has you covered!
I don't remember where I found this recipe but I remember eating a high carb version of it many years ago and it was very good. My family was enjoying biscuits on Christmas morning and I was perfectly happy with these instead.
I would love to see these become lab tested to verify their nutritional information, then I would definitely purchase them on a regular basis! This version is even better because it's low carb and uses real whipped cream instead of Cool Whip. If you're looking for a dense or heavy waffle these probably won't do it for you, but they're delicious as a light breakfast and they're VERY soft. I microwaved them to heat them up rather than toast since they were so soft and I was worried they may break apart in the toaster, but I loved them nonetheless.
They almost dissolve on the tongue a bit which makes for an excellent mouth-feel, and they taste just like a buttery biscuit!
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