Toasty, golden, crunchy Banana Waffles are in your breakfasting future and they couldn’t be simpler to make because you can whip the batter up in your blender!
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Batter resting time10 mins
Total Time10 mins
As always with any recipes involving flour, I highly recommend that you weigh it. Cup measurements are not accurate enough to get the best results. If you do need to use cups, spoon the flour into the cup then level off the top with a knife without compacting it or shaking it down. By doing it like this you will get roughly the correct amount.If you scoop the flour up into the cup, you will end up with much more than is needed and it will affect the outcome of the recipe. Digital scales are available at most big superstores now and you can pick one up for around $10. It's so worth it!
These waffles need the little bit of oil in them to have the perfect texture. If you omit it they won't be quite as good. Adding the nut butter as per my substitution suggestion, provides a little bit of fat and helps somewhat for an oil free version, but for the very best results the oil is necessary. Oil is imperative for greasing the waffle iron.
Throw leftovers in a freezer bag and freeze for up to 3 months. When you want one remove from the freezer and pop straight into your toaster. If there's a "frozen" button on your toaster push it, if not, they might take 2 cycles to warm right through.