Homemade Waffles with Greek Yogurt

Homemade waffles can make an excellent meal any time of the day! Top them with some yogurt or fruit and they become a filling and healthy meal.

The first time I made waffles with a waffle iron at home, the waffles exploded all over my kitchen! From that day forward, whenever I make a new waffle recipe, I am sure to put a small amount of batter in the iron to start and watch to see how much they grow before I trust the directions. I'm still cleaning up waffle batter on my waffle iron from that first mess.

Homemade Waffles
An easy way to re-heat waffles!

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A healthier homemade waffle with added protein.

Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 5 minutes
Yield: 10-12 waffles

  • 3 large eggs
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup plain greek yogurt
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 2 cups flour
  • 2½ teaspoons baking powder
  • oil to coat waffle iron

  1. In blender (I use a Vitamix), combine all ingredients.
  2. waffles in a blender
  3. Mix on medium speed for 1 minute, until well combined.
  4. Brush waffle iron with oil and heat for 5 minutes.
  5. Pour approximately 1/4 cup of batter per waffle into iron and cook for approximately 5 minutes on medium heat.
  6. homemade waffles

Family Thoughts & Tips:

My kids LOVE waffles for breakfast, lunch or dinner! I always try to flash freeze a few waffles from each batch that I make in order to store them for a later date.

To make these waffles even healthier, I make a blueberry syrup made with frozen wild blueberries (recipe to follow shortly).

Be sure to enter our Vitamix Blender Giveaway that is open to Canadians and closes on April 28, 2014.

This recipe has been adapted from Momables Cherry Greek Yogurt Waffles.


  1. These look so yummy! I never thought of pairing waffles with Greek yogourt. Must-try!

  2. I love waffles.. This sounds amazing! Thank you for sharing

  3. I love waffles too, and I had to laugh because the same thing happened to me, I had batter everywhere and like you said, I to am still cleaning batter off my waffle maker...lol

    1. Lynda - I think this is common for first time waffle makers ;)

  4. i so love waffles. this looks like a great recipe

  5. what an amazing idea!! so yummy!! i must try

  6. Looks like a great recipe. I just got a new waffle iron. I will have try this one.

  7. have never tried homemade waffles.

  8. Thanks for the recipe and idea to use greek yogourt in the batter. With the rainy weather this week I've been in a mood to make a more filling breakfast than my usual smoothies and I think this might do the trick.

  9. I've made a note of this recipe and can't wait for the blueberry syrup one to follow shortly :-)

  10. Would love to try these home made waffles!

  11. What a brilliant idea to mix the ingredients in a blender. I have never made homemade waffles before, although I have a waffle maker! I'm inspired to try!

  12. I love homemade waffles and Greek yogurt, though I have no blender to mix the ingredients

  13. We are a family of waffle lovers! When my kids were small I used to make a huge batch and freeze them for breakfast before school!

  14. I never had homemade waffles but i would love to try this

  15. Would never have thought of putting yogurt on waffles.

  16. we had a really old waffle maker that I wish we had not donated even though we rarely used it. want to try this recipe as it uses greek yogurt.

  17. OMG these look so good gives me an excuse to use the brand new waffle i got as a wedding gift in 2006

  18. These waffles look and sound so delicious that \i know I wll try them. I am a big fan of Greek yougart and I think crushed strawberries would also be a wonderful topoing.

  19. I have never tried waffles with yogurt but I sure will now

  20. we love waffles - but the greek yogurt isn't the same as it is in Greece - so we'll pass on that part

  21. I think my kids would love this, and so would I!

  22. Always looking for a new waffle recipe and this one sounds lovely.


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