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Beet Berry Waffles

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Beet Berry Waffles

The dictionary defines “adore” as: “to love or admire very much,” “to like or desire very much,” “to worship or honor as a deity,” and/or “to regard with loving admiration and devotion” – and these all fittingly describe my feelings towards beets!

Beet Berry Waffles

Yes, the humble, sometimes just plain gnarly, beetroot, holds a special place in my heart. And – as fate may have it, it just so happens to be good for my old ticker and other bits and pieces of me as well!

I understand that you might not entertain the same feelings towards beets as I do and for that I’m truly sorry. But maybe if you happened to try these Beet Berry Waffles or moist and delicious Beet Chocolate Oatmeal Cake or Beet Soup, you might change your mind?!

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All that beet-adoration does have its side-effects, though. You see, I am a very messy cook – what I am working with always has a way of getting in my hair and on my clothes and well, beets make it known that they were on your clothes long after all the other evidence has been cleaned up. In fact, beets have been known to get me to give up many a favorite light colored t-shirt – well, at least that was before I stumbled upon Shout® Trigger Triple-Acting Stain Remover when I was out picking up some beets and berries at my neighborhood Walmart!

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Shout® Trigger Triple-Acting Stain Remover
Shout® Trigger Triple-Acting Stain Remover

I must say I was skeptical at first as some of the stain removers I’ve used have not managed to completely lift off my beet-stains. But, Shout® Trigger Triple-Acting Stain Remover is the bombdiggity! It is packed with stain-fighting ingredients and enzymes that quickly penetrated, broke up and removed my tough beet stains right off my blue t-shirt. Now, I don’t have to change into dark colored clothing every time I decide to feed my beet adoration!

Beet Berry Waffles

Shout® Trigger Triple-Acting Stain Remover Formula comes in a convenient trigger dispenser, it is safe for all colorfast washables and works in all water temperatures – I washed my t-shirt in cold water and all those beet stains were lifted right off.

So, if you happen to be a messy cook and just wanna play around with beets and try and make these gluten free, Beet Berry Waffles (flavored with cardamom and cinnamon), then you can rest assured that any resulting stains can be taken care of with Shout® Trigger Triple-Acting Stain Remover!

Beet Berry Waffles

Beet Berry Waffles

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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 4 waffles
Author: Shashi
These gluten free, cardamom and cinnamon laced waffles can be whipped up in the blender - and with a healthy dose of beets and berries, why they are perfect to get your day started!


  • 1 cup vanilla protein powder
  • 3/4 cup tapioca flour you can use rice flour, but tapioca makes the waffles just a tad crispier
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup non dairy milk of your choice
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 3 tablespoons beet puree I roasted a couple of beets for 45 minutes at 375 degrees, then peeled them and pureed them in a blender
  • 1/4 teaspoon cardamom
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • Handful of roughly chopped raspberries and blueberries
  • To garnish: melted chocolate non-dairy whipped topping, raspberries, blueberries


  • Place the protein powder, tapioca flour, eggs, non-dairy milk, salt, olive oil, beet puree, cardamom, cinnamon, and vanilla in a blender and pulse till well incorporated.
  • Using a spatula, gently fold in the berries.
  • Pour 4-5 tablespoons or enough to make one waffle onto a heated waffle iron and let cook
  • When waffles are all done, serve with non-dairy whipped topping, melted good quality chocolate and raspberries and blueberries.
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  1. CountryKitchen says:

    Absolutely devine! I made it today for breakfast and it was wonderful. I used Blackwheat flour. Everyone loved it. Thanks for this gem of a recipe. I’ll definitely be making it again. 

  2. Mmm stacks on stacks on stacks a.k.a. the ONLY way waffles should be served – looks delish! In terms of being a messy cook, I try to be efficient about it i.e. clean up as I go along wherever possible. The absolute worst is to be left with a big fat mess to clean up in the end. Aside from waffles, other foods that I ‘adore’ include peanut butter, chocolate & Greek yogurt…and blueberries especially of late!

  3. Your beet recipes are always amazing Shashi! This is no exception 🙂

  4. Amanda says:

    I’m somewhat of a messy cook. When it comes to dishes, I try to minimize for clean up purposes. But when it comes to actual messes, I just know I’m going to have to clean the countertop a few times! I feel like it comes with the job! Thank you so much for sharing such a delicious recipe!

  5. Girl, this is so creative!! I love your love for beets!!

  6. Wow, these beet berry waffles look amazing! I’m so impressed that they’re gluten free too! Meanwhile… the stains… the beet stains! What a side effect, as you call it, of “beet adoration.” You’re hilarious, btw. 😉 I also just read in one of the comments that your sister convinced you to just bleach the stains out… Lol. Yup, I remember a few times of having that go awry on me as well. 😉 Glad you found a great solution to keep your beet adoration from ruining your entire wardrobe, Shashi. Pinning this! 😉

  7. If Shout is the bomb diggity, then I be needing that ASAP. And not only beet stains, but how about Brick Street Chocolate Ganache??? Better take your spray bottle along for Saturday, girl. Have a fab time, you two, and I’ll be thinking of you. Do explore some, such a great area. I miss it. Hope the sun will be shining on you. xo

    • Shashi says:

      Allie – prior to Shout, my sis convinced me to just bleach the heck out of those beet stained tshirts, even resorting to make patterns with bleach to rectify bleach-jobs-gone-wrong – mindblowing to think I could have avoided it all with a little bit of Shout! 🙂
      Thanks lady – so wish you were gonna be there – but, I will be sure to eat a piece for you – yup, exploring is definitely on the agenda!
      Hope you and all your boys have a wonderful weekend and Charlie had a great birthday! xoxo

  8. i love beets but they are TERRIFYING to me, because i never know what they’re gonna get on haha. these waffles look so great though. def want to give them a try

  9. There she goes again with the beets..but I have to admit that these waffles look spectacular. So spectacular it doesn’t even look like there’s beet puree involved. I might have to try these bad boys myself #beettrust?

  10. I meant to get beets at the store last week for hummus, but totally forgot. I’ll have to make sure I get some this week so I can make it and these waffles – they look so phenomenal 🙂

    • Shashi says:

      I think beets must be in season, I’ve been lucking out and getting some really fresh ones recently – BTW Thanks so much Megan!

  11. Sylvie says:

    I love the berry beet combination especially the way you’ve paired them with waffles. I’m a pretty clean cook for the most part but beets are always a bit messy!

  12. That’s an interesting tip about the tapioca flour

  13. mjskitchen says:

    These waffles are too die for!!!! I can believe they have beets! I’m seeing beets everywhere nowadays, hidden in so many great dishes like this one. Last night at a restaurant we were served beet whipped cream over avocado ice cream. Crazy right?

  14. Taylor Kiser says:

    I would LOVE to start my days with these!!

  15. Ashley says:

    Beets hold a special place in my heart too! I love em’! Berries and beets go sooo well together – these must be delicious!!

    • Shashi says:

      Thanks so much Ashley! Yes, beets and berries are like chocolate and PB – ooh wait, beets + berries + chocolate > chocolate + PB NO LIE! 🙂

  16. Lol, I’m messy in the kitchen too, Shashi!! Shoot, I’m also a messy eater… I swear more food ends up in my hair than in my mouth. 😉 And I happen to adore beets as well! These waffles are so pretty and I bet they taste delicious! Loving the combo of beets and berries in here! Perfect for a spring or summer breakfast! Nom Nom Nom!! Cheers, my dear! xo

    • Shashi says:

      Hahaha – Cheyanne, just yesterday evening my daughter picked something out of her hair, put it in her mouth and said “mmm that was from lunch and it still tasted good” WTHECK???? I dunno where she gets it!
      BTW – Thanks so much dear – I hope THIS is the weekend when you give those snotty monsters the boot – they’ve taken up residence way too long! Hope your weekend is H-A-P-P-Y!!! XO

  17. The best kinda of stains are beet stains (and turmeric!) 😉

  18. Serena says:

    I’m a big fan (and consumer) of Shout…with 4 kids I got through A LOT of it…it’s the only brand I buy! And a big fan if these waffles! So excited to try baking more with protein powder and these are a perfect way to start!

    • Shashi says:

      Thanks so much Serena! In these waffles protein powder worked wonderfully – and you wouldn’t have even thunk there was protein powder in these! 🙂

  19. Ben Maclain says:

    I happened to be a beet fan, Shashi! Love them in many different forms, even raw. However, I’ve never incorporated them in desserts (horribly guilty). I’ve been planning to make savory beet pancakes though, but know I’m thinking about a sweet version. Love the incorporation of cardamom too!

    • Shashi says:

      Ben, I have a feeling you are gonna break into beet sweet treats this summer in a big way and there’s gonna be all sorts of beet havoc happening in your kitchen – saw what i did there 😉
      Thanks so much! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  20. This is absolutely beautiful, Shashi! I’m not beet-averse at all, in fact I think they work really well in sweet treats.

    So, the question is… are you going to dive on into this with a fork, or cut it up into neat slices before eating it? 😉

    • Shashi says:

      YES!!!! Hi there fellow beet lover – Thanks so much Helen
      Oh and to answer your question – i don’t think “neat slices” are in my vocabulary! Heck in fact I think forks might be overrated – we have 10 fingers after all 😉

  21. Kelli says:

    I LOVE beets too! I haven’t tried any breakfast recipes with them yet, so I’ll have to give these waffles a shot 🙂

  22. Yes! Another beet dish! This looks gorgeous — love the food styling. And the recipe looks wonderful. Thanks!

  23. OMG-these waffles look divine! And, I love that pretty pink waffle batter too. As a mom of a boy who play LOTS of baseball, I have had LOTS of experience removing stains from baseball pants 🙂

    • Shashi says:

      Prior to Shout – I should have come to you for stain tips eh?!
      BTW – Thanks so much – that batter was as pretty as it was tasty! 🙂

  24. Mira says:

    Beets and berries sounds like a wonderful combination! And I love Shout, it is a great product. Every time I cook with beets, I mess up my clothes 🙂

  25. I am definitely a messy cook but don’t like wearing an apron either. I will look for this stain remover! Gorgeous pancakes!

    • Shashi says:

      UGH – I cannot stand aprons either and they have a way of coming undone and then before you know it, am tripping over that darn apron! I make enough of a mess without tripping so you can imagine the scene when tripping is thrown into the mix eh?! 🙂
      Thanks so much Chris!

  26. Yesssss to being a messy cook! I’m actually kind of OCD about keeping my kitchen clean while I’m cooking, but the same definitely doesn’t apply to my person. I find food in my hair all.the.time, and I’m pretty sure I need to invest in an apron because of how much random stuff I get on me. Ahh well. That’s what showers are for 😀

    • Shashi says:

      Ok so, the list keeps growing – first you tell me about your shelf with unicorn snot, then you tell me about your freezer filled with those flourless brownies and now you tell me you manage to keep your kitchen clean through cooking? That’s it Amanda, I’m packing my bags and coming to spend the weekend with ya! 🙂

  27. Shashi! This is nothing short of pure geniusness. (I made up that word…but genius by itself just wasn’t enough.) I have a hard time believing you are such a messy cook! Laura is a messy cook, too, and I think we still have spaghetti sauce on our ceiling from gosh knows what…don’t ask. Laura also loves beets…so I’m thinking it’s something with you beet lovers. Beet lovers are messy cooks. Yup, that’s it. 🙂 Just kidding…these waffles look incredible my friend!

    • Shashi says:

      Hahaha – wait – what’s that you are trying to say about us beet-lovers???
      OH MY! If I didn’t know better I’d think Laura was my foodie/cooking doppelganger! You should have seen my kitchen this morning just from making jicama blueberry muffins – looked like a tornado struck it – at least the dogs helped clean up the jicama on the floor – am thinking if I invested in a small dog, it would help me clean the counters too?

  28. Our waffle maker broke long ago and now all I know is I need a replacement pronto because I need your beet berry waffles in my life… Beets can be really messy and stain so badly that a little shout right away on those stains is a great idea.

    • Shashi says:

      Haha Thanks so much Bobbie! BTW – I’ve made pancakes with this same batter – only a little less milk so the batter isn’t so runny and its worked well too.
      Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  29. Catherine says:

    Dear Shashi, these waffles look beautiful! What a delicious treat especially on the weekends.

    I have never used Shout believe it or not, but what a great product to have on hand! xo, Catherine

  30. Mir says:

    Wow. That t-shirt sure took a beeting! Get it? Beet-ing? Okay, I’m done. 🙂
    These waffles are beyond. I saw them on IG and immediately wanted them. I’m guessing it’s gonna be a waffle night later!

    • Shashi says:

      Hahaha – love that, Mir!
      My daughter sometimes takes beet puree and juice and stains her hands and uses it to make it look like a bad wound that she takes pictures of and sends to her friends and for the next 30 minutes all I hear is her hysterical laughter as she sees each incoming text – but now I don’t have to look at her tshirt and get hysterical anymore – thanks to shout! 🙂

  31. I love all your beet recipes. These waffles look awesome!

  32. These beet waffles look amazing! I never thought to put berries and beets together. Yes I would need something handy for stain removal too 😉 !

  33. Beet berry waffles? I just LOVE all your beet dishes and these waffles are no exception, Shashi. And I want that miraculous product ‘SHOUT’ in my life! 🙂