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Thread: Frozen Waffles? Need Suggestions Please!

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    Hi all:

    I am looking into purchasing some frozen waffles. I would like something that has a lot of fiber and it made of whole grains.

    Anyone have a suggestion and their points?

    Many thanks! Paris
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    Kashi Go Lean. 2 points for 2 waffles (170 calories, 3 grams fat, 6 grams fiber for 2). They're delicious with a little strawberry jam.

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    Yea! Eggo has a great lowfat, I think whole wheat but not sure. Iam out so can't tell you for sure. It is the 2 waffles for 2 points and very good I use the Carny sugarfree syrup 1/4 cup for 1 pt.
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    I second the Kashi. They have no trans fats unlike Eggos. I also get Van's which are organic and similar stats as the Kashi ones. I get Kashi and Van's waffles at TJs.
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    I have to agree, The Kashi ones are great. I have one in the morning with three egg whites. Sometimes I add some vegies to my egg whites and I use the Davinci Sugar Free syrup on my Kashi waffle. A Huge breakfast for not so many points. [img]smile.gif[/img] [img]smile.gif[/img] [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    Another vote for the Kashi waffles. The only drawback to them is you only get 6 in a package instead of the usual 10 and they are a bit expensive, but oh so good, and I think well worth the price. [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/thumbup.gif[/img]
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    Hi there, Paris! I just tried the Nature's Path Optimum Power Waffles with flax and soy. They are delicious!! Expensive, but high fiber, made with organic whole wheat flour and organic non-GMO soy. They have blueberries in 'em! They're 2 points per waffle, and VERY worth it! I got them at Whole Foods.
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    Eggo makes a whole wheat Nutri Grain waffle. They are 3 points for 2 waffles.
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    I love the Kashi waffles our Walmart has them now and they are only $1.87 a box and I put a cup of strawberries on top or whatever fruit is in season. I just can't say enough about them

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    I just purchased some Kashi waffles and will be looking forward to trying them tomorrow morning with strawberries... Thanks for the suggestions..
    Sharon

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