Sweet tooths are sure to salivate over this deliciously indulgent waffle recipe. Photo / Supplied

Libby Matthews' Moreish Chocolate Fudge Waffles

Try this gut-loving waffle recipe that's still every bit as indulgent as it looks

Born out of her passion for gut health and overall wellbeing, Kiwi naturopath and nutritionist Libby Matthews has launched her own range of clean, sustainable probiotic protein powders and bio-available collagen powders. 

Launching today, the Dose & Co. range includes three flavours of her probiotic protein powder — chocolate, vanilla and salted caramel — as well as two bovine collagen powders: vanilla and mocha. 

Unlike many other vegan protein powders which can taste slightly chalky, Libby sourced a pea protein from Germany that is smooth on the palate and doesn't come with a nasty after taste. 

The first of its kind in New Zealand, Dose & Co.'s collagen creamer was inspired by similar products available in America, and can be added to coffee, smoothies, milk or water. 

Whether freeze-dried or fresh, berries act as the perfect topping to pile high on top. Photo / Supplied

Makes 3-5 waffles (depending on size of waffle iron)

1 cup oats
1 serving Dose & Co. Chocolate Fudge protein powder
1 cup nut milk
¼ cup cocoa or cacao powder
2 eggs
½ teaspoon baking soda
Pinch salt

Maple syrup or honey
Nut butter
Coconut chips
Melted chocolate

1. Turn on waffle maker so it heats up.

2. Place all ingredients into the blender and blend until smooth.

3. Pour mixture into waffle maker and let cook.

4. Repeat until all the mixture has been used.

5. Cover with toppings of choice and serve warm. 

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