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Frozen Protein Waffles at Aldi

It’s not often we find dairy-free and egg-free frozen waffles for our food allergy family. 

When we do, they are usually gluten-free, too. But these are not. 

Add in additional protein that’s milk allergy safe, yes please!

Check out these one-of-a-kind plant-based protein waffles we found at Aldi.

Our family loves them! 

Ingredients listed below.

box of dairy egg free plant based protein waffles from aldi

In April of 2024, I picked up these dairy and egg free waffles when I saw them in the frozen section at Aldi.

Finding food with added protein had been a prime focus for me lately. 

One, we have constantly hungry teenaged boys. Two, I’m a middle-aged mom trying not to lose too much muscle over here. 

Some days my 5-pound weights even come out, ha!

But of course, added protein is often dairy-based…like whey. 

So the fact that these are plant-based with no dairy was prime time for us!

I picked up two boxes at $4.99 each. A little pricey, yes. But that’s the cost of plant-based convenience, I guess. 

My kids are always in a rush in the mornings, sleeping in as long as they can. 

So something quick, easy, and filling can be worth the price. 

Taste-wise? These were excellent! Tasted just like mainstream frozen waffles, to me. 

We ate through two boxes, and I went back for another two boxes. 

At the time, Aldi was fully stocked in their floor freezers where seasonal items are often found. 

And I was tempted to buy lots more. Now I wish I had…because we only got to enjoy four boxes before it appears they are gone for now. 

Aldi has so many awesome seasonal products that work for our food allergies. 

It’s just emotionally hard when they go away too quickly. 

HOWEVER! I want to let you know about these so you can keep an eye out for them next spring and stock up accordingly. 

Or better yet? Together we can lobby Aldi to bring these back for good!

Check out what we actually did with these waffles one night for a quick dinner. 

dairy free chicken and waffles sandwich


Chicken and waffles, baby!!!

Oh my goodness, these were so good. And so easy!

Just cook up your favorite dairy-free chicken fingers. 

And serve them on top of dairy-free waffles. 

Throw on a little syrup, too, of course. 

I now crave these for dinner on the regular. 

And even though Aldi has been out of these protein waffles now…

I can still make them with homemade waffles. 

Or, there are other frozen waffles out there, dairy and egg free. They just don’t have the added protein. 

See the ingredients on the Aldi waffles below. 


If you’re looking for dairy-free frozen waffles that also have no gluten, check out these gluten-free frozen waffles.

If you’d like to whip up the easiest homemade waffles, here’s the recipe to our super popular waffles made with water

We have also made waffles using dairy-free baking mix


If you do make your own waffles, don’t hesitate to throw in a scoop or two of your favorite dairy-free protein powder before cooking. We’ve done this with success and it’s a great way to add protein! We especially love adding vanilla flavored protein powder. 

OR you could make your waffles using dairy-free protein milk to add some protein. 

Another option for added protein is to top your waffles with it. 

  • pecans
  • peanut butter
  • almond butter

Of course, you can also serve waffles with protein on the side. 

  • eggs
  • bacon
  • sausage
  • glass of dairy-free protein milk

Here’s our favorite breakfast sausage

And here’s a favorite dairy-free protein milk

Go, protein! 


As always, double-check the labels because ingredients can change. And call the company for manufacturing processes if you need to. Just because these work for our allergies, doesn’t mean they will work for yours. Be safe!

Here are the ingredients shown on the last box of protein plant-based waffles we purchased. 

They are listed as containing wheat and soy. 

ingredients in aldi plant based waffles

We really, really hope we see these again at Aldi…sooner than later!

Feel free to let Aldi know if you’ve had them, love them, and MISS them.

I plan to do the same. Here’s our Facebook post where you can join us as we beg for more

You can also click to save this post on Pinterest for later.

And below are more dairy-free Aldi posts you may find helpful. 


Why I Love Aldi Self-Checkout

Favorite Aldi Staples Dairy-Free

Favorite Aldi Vegan Items

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