Banana Oatmeal Waffles

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Total Time
20mins
Prep
5 mins
Cook
15 mins

From a cookbook called Rise & Dine Canada, recipes from B&B's across Canada.

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Ingredients

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Directions

  1. Combine flour, oats, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and nutmeg.
  2. Whisk buttermilk and eggs together in a separate bowl.
  3. Stir buttermilk into flour mixture. Stir in bananas and melted butter.
  4. Bake waffles in a waffle iron.
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2 5

I was rather disappointed in this recipe. The waffles were not as stiff as I would have liked. I was planning to freeze the batch and reheat them individually in the toaster, but I do not think I will be able to do this. I would either cut back on the liquid or add more flour to stiffen up the batter.

5 5

Love it! What's more important is that my 11 month old loves it. I never have buttermilk so I've just been using whole milk. I usually mash the banana and add raisins once I've got it in the waffle iron. Today, I mixed it up a bit and used some baked apple in place of the banana and substituted olive oil for the butter. Still tasted great. And my daughter still loves it. Thank you for sharing!

4 5

I made these for breakfast this morning. I used mostly white flour, yet I ran out and substituted the rest with wheat flour. I used two frozen bananas and mashed them up in the butter, before adding to the mix. I made my own buttermilk as well. It is a very good recipe, I topped it with butter, peanut butter and syrup. It was incredibly sweet and had to top it off with a glass of milk. The only thing that I was not fond of was the texture of the oatmeal. They were still very 'hard' in the waffle. I could see this as a good recipe to make and maybe let it set overnight, or even let it set several hours before making. Giving the oatmeal time to 'soften'. This is definitely a good recipe, it is one that you can tweek to your own tastes. I am going to give this four stars due to the fact that it does need some personal tweeking, yet it is still a very good recipe that I will be trying again.