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Kashi Go Lean: Blueberry Waffles

Breakfast truly is the most important meal of the day - it helps fire up your metabolism! There are so many healthy and quick options to choose from, you really have no excuse not to eat a little somethin'-somethin' in the morning.

I love toaster waffles and while hanging out in the frozen food section recently (it was HOT outside), I discovered Kashi GOLEAN Waffles with Blueberries. I have been eating Van's Waffles for years, I thought I would push my personal boundaries and try a new waffle.

The Kashi waffle is loaded with goodness and low in the calorie department. My major problem is the waffles, no matter how long I toasted them, never became crispy. The texture is just lacking and a little sponge like. I found the Kashi waffle wasn't as sweet as the Van's, which is fine with me. Curiously enough, the Kashi waffles contain a bit more sugar and a lot more protein! Two waffles with some plain yogurt and sliced banana kept me full from breakfast until lunch - no morning snack needed.

Here's a nutritional comparison:

Brand Serving Size Calories Fat (g) Fiber (g) Protein (g) Sugar (g)
Kashi Go Lean Blueberry 2 waffles - 84 g 170 3 6 8 4
Van's Organic Blueberry 2 waffles - 80 g 240 10 4 5 2

Try some for yourself - here is the Kashi store locator so you can find a grocery that sells them near you.

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cams cams 9 years
I didn't think these were that great. I ended up having to SALT them because they tasted like nothing. It was either salt or syrup and I chose the former because that was the least unhealthy option
RetroChristal RetroChristal 9 years
These look so good right now.
thatgirljj thatgirljj 9 years
Wow! I LOVE frozen waffles, but I usually shy away from them because I have a hard time getting enough protein in at breakfast. These look like I might be able to have my cake and eat it too!
mwmsjuly19 mwmsjuly19 9 years
I love Kashi waffles -- but they don't really fill me up. I have to eat something else small with them or I'm hungry again within an hour.
Fidesvincit Fidesvincit 9 years
I have found that if you nuke them in the microwave for 15 seconds before toasting they crisp up nice. These are my favourite frozen waffles ever, too bad the calories jumped from 140 for 2 to 170. Not like 30 calories is going to wreck your diet, it just makes you wonder what they just had to put in them to do that.
eaker eaker 9 years
I love the Kashi brand, I am glad they are branching out so much!
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