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Banana Waffle Recipe

So recently, i found my old waffle maker sitting pretty in the cabinet where i left it and i figured i hadn't made waffles in a long while so, i decided to make these delicious banana waffles with left over bananas that were already getting too soft. 
A Waffle is a kind of flat indented pan cake cooked between two patterned plates to give it a characteristic size, shape, and surface impression or indentation. the indentation fro the waffle iron is usually square shaped. Waffles are quite similar to pancakes with some obvious differences being that Pancake batter has a lower percentage of sugar than waffle batter, thus pancakes will be less caramelized and Pancake batter has a little bit less fat than waffle batter, thus pancakes are softer while waffles are crispier. Waffles are usually eaten with syrup poured over them or topped with ice-cream.

Classic Banana Waffles

• 2 Eggs
• 2½ Cups All Purpose Flour
• 1 tsp. Baking powder
•1½ tsp. Salt
• ½ Cup Sugar
• 20 g Butter (melted)
• 3 Medium Sized Banana
• 1 Cup Milk
• 1 tbsp. Banana essence

View the steps Below

Calories per serving: 0 (N/A)
Fat per serving: 0 (N/A)


Step 1: Preheat the waffle pan and spray with a non-stick cooking spray or coat with melted butter

Step 2: In a small bowl, mash the bananas with a fork. Crack the eggs into the mashed bananas and mix. Add the milk and melted butter then mix everything together to combine - set aside. 

Step 3: In a bowl, Combine the dry ingredients such as the flour, baking powder, salt, sugar together and mix . Make a well in the center and pour in the wet ingredients in step 2 above. Mix till you get a uniform batter

Step 4: Scoop spoons of the batter onto the pre-heated greased waffle pan and cook till the waffles get golden brown and fluffy. 

Step 5: Remove the waffles from the pan and serve immediately with butter, syrup, powdered sugar , ice cream or your favorite toppings. 


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  2. Wow! Images are very attractive; I can't stop myself to taste it. Belgian waffles are my favorite but I didn't try banana waffles. After visiting your blog I will definitely try this. Yesterday I tried dry fruit kheer and it was yum.

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