I love waffles; they’re one of my top foods but I don’t eat them as often anymore because I’ve been trying to eat healthier. The struggle is real when you love food but you also want to be healthier.
I came across the Kodiak Power Cakes at Costco and I was drawn to the high protein and whole grain ingredients in the product. I checked the ingredient list and it looked promising with ingredients such as whole grain wheat flour, whole grain oat flour, protein powder and dried honey as the sweetener. A chance to easily have high protein and low sugar waffles– I was sold!
There are 3 recipe options with varying levels of protein. You can use the mix to make waffles, pancakes, and muffins. Alternatively, the website says that you can be used as a healthy alternative in baking by substituting 1 cup flour with 1 cup Kodiak Cakes Mix and omit salt and baking powder.
Continuing reading to see how which option I used and how they turned out!
My love for makeup started in high school; I remember experimenting and playing around with my mom’s makeup collection while trying to recreate makeup tutorials on Youtube. In grade 11, I discovered Sephora and I would spend my disposable income on high-end makeup. Although I still love shopping at Sephora, I’ve discovered some great drug store products that I continually purchase. I have oily skin, so most of my favourite products work well for those of you who also have oily or combination skin.
My classmates and I came to Dinesty Dumpling House (Richmond No.3 Rd location) on a Friday night to satisfy our soup dumpling craving. The restaurant was packed but luckily for us, we made a reservation so we were seated immediately. I’d recommend making a reservation on weekends as the restaurant gets quite busy.