Can’t find a grab-and-go breakfast that's not virtually all carbs? Kashi GO Protein Waffles to the rescue.

Companies are tossing protein into everything from chips to ice cream. That doesn’t turn junk food into health food, of course. But Kashi’s frozen waffles look good even before you get to protein.

For starters, they’re 100 percent whole grain. Among other pluses, that means 10 percent of a day’s magnesium in a (two-waffle) serving.

And the added sugar is lower than most cold cereals. The Wild Blueberry has just 4 grams (1 teaspoon). The Cinnamon Brown Sugar and Vanilla Buttermilk have 6 grams (1½ teaspoons). That’s waffle-excellent.

Soy, whey, eggs, and hemp seeds boost the protein to 13 grams. (Kashi’s regular waffles have 3 grams.) All that for 220 to 230 calories and just a single gram of saturated fat.

Taste seals the deal. Syrup? You won’t need it. Try a schmear of nut butter, buttery spread, or yogurt if you like.

And slice up some fruit while you wait for your toaster to pop ‘em out. (The blueberry waffles have real blueberries, but they’re few and far between.)

No Kashi at your store? Frozen Kodiak Cakes Power Waffles are another 100 percent whole-grain find. You get 10 to 12 grams of protein per serving, and most have no more added sugar than Kashi.

Looks like it’s time to L’Eggo of your Eggo.—(877) 747-2467