Sauces & Dressings

High Protein Oat Waffle

High Protein Oat Waffle

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 1
Calories: 175 per serving


These high protein waffles are made with cottage cheese, oat flour and eggs. So good you’ll never make them any other way!


  • 170 g low fat small curd cottage cheese
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup Almond Milk
  • 1 cup / 80 g oat flouror grind old-fashioned rolled oats in blender
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt


  1. Heat a waffle iron on its medium setting.
  2. Place cottage cheese, eggs and vanilla, in the blender. Add 6 tablespoons almond milk, oat flour, baking powder and salt and blend until mixture is smooth batter. 
  3. Spray pre-heated waffle iron with oil spray. Pour batter into iron (about 1/4 cup) and cook until golden brown and steam is no longer being released.

Recipe Notes

You can add spices, sugar or banana to the recipe. The macros will then change some.

Nutrition Info

Serving: 2small waffles (1/2 cup batter)

Calories: 175kcalCarbohydrates: 13gProtein: 7 gFat: 3g

Update on CFFD August Challenge

We wanted to support “Stop Soldier Suicide” with 100 miles Challenge to run/walk 100 miles in August. Close to 50 people signed up and close to 30 people did 100 miles in August, we are super proud of that.
To make a final end on our challenge we had a 5K / 1 mile run/walk at CFFD Saturday September 12th with 43 people attending (one person all the way from Colombia in Colombia) The event was FREE, but they could donate money to SSS if they wanted. We also gave out FREE O2, popcorn, protein bars, water and fruits.
Our goal was to raise $1,000, we raised close to $1,400
Proud of our team and the dedication and the big hearts y`all have!
(Click the “picture below, it is a video)

Stop Soldier Suicide – August 2020 Challenge

Box Brief
CrossFit Fort Dobbs want to challenge YOU in August. We want to support
“Stop Soldier Suicide”
100 miles Challenge to run/walk 100 miles in August to support Stop Soldier Suicide.
We at CFFD want to show how much we care and our goal is to raise $1000
The Challenge is FREE, but we want you to pay a deposit $30.
If you complete the challenge you can decide if you want your $30 back OR donate the $30.
If you do not complete the challenge the $30 will be donated
A Spread Sheet are made, so we can keep each other accountable!
Share and get friends and family to join us, so we can give back to the community and all the soldiers out there!

February 2020 Box Brief

February was an exciting month! We had 4 people in the Committed Club! 1 people in Super Committed! (came 25 times or more) Great job everyone!

Super Committed Club

Simon Davis (24) Max days in the gym

Committed Club

Kevin Hollifield (21)

Caleb Palmer (21)

Carolina Portillo (21)

Justin Fain (19)

February has been an amazing month with so much going on!

CFFD is growing, seminars are been hold and equipment is bought. Two off our coaches has been out from the gym seminars to grow and get better.

Fantastic February Fridays (2020)

For all of the four Fridays in February CFFD is doing something fun! Here’s the lineup for the month:

1st Friday- Free Class Friday
2nd Friday- Valentines Friday
3rd Friday- 02.20.2020 Workout
4th Friday- FRAN Benchmark

January 2020 Box Brief

January was a good month! We had 3 people in the Committed Club! 3 people in Super Committed! (came 25 times or more) Great job everyone!

Super Committed Club

Simon Davis (27)

Zachary Howard (27)

Caleb Palmer (25)

Committed Club

Michele Woldman (21)

Kevin Hollifield (20)

Evan Flury (20)