Whole Wheat Coconut Banana Waffles with Chocolates Potato chips + Roasted Almonds
Monday’s right here! Don’t cry… I produced you waffles.
Man, I really like waffles. They remind me of once i used to go to the diner with my father; I always purchased the giant, crispy Belgian waffle with strawberries. Mmmmmm.
I’ve been hoping that waffles make an epic comeback for years. Rather I’ve watched cookies-stuffed-in-cookies, cupcakes, mini pies, and cooked donuts dominate. So I require you to get on the waffle train with me. If you need convincing, these waffles must do the trick.
Face? Meet up with Almond Pleasure Waffles. Yes, a waffle that tastes like a chocolate bar!
They’re completely great tasting.
These waffles are made with coconut oil (great fats), coconut flakes, banana (for a hint of sweetness), whole wheat grains (for health).
Oh and chocolate potato chips for pure deliciousness.
One more reason I can’t stop loving these waffles is because they’re deliciously crispy externally because of the surface roasted almonds in the batter.
But What are pigs Feet called about the flavor?
I tried to create these as healthy as I possibly could without skimping from flavor. Needless to say you could miss the chocolates potato chips but hey, you only live once.
1 1/4 cups whole wheat flour
2 teaspoons cooking powder
1 teaspoon cooking soda
1/2 teaspoon ocean salt
1/4 cup coconut oil
1 huge ripe banana
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Place almonds on the baking sheet and disseminate. Roast in range for about 8 mins. Remove and allow to awesome for 5 minutes on cooking sheet. Reduce range temp to 300 levels F.
Add almonds to a meals processor and pulse until finely floor. Transfer to a big bowl and whisk in flour, cooking powder, baking soda, and salt.
In a food processor, pulse the almonds until finely ground. Transfer to a big bowl. Whisk in the flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda pop and salt.
In a medium dish, whisk the eggs, egg white, almond milk, lemon juice, and coconut oil. Whisk the moist ingredients into the dry ingredients, then collapse in the mashed banana and coconut flakes.
Apply the waffle iron with cooking food oil (I love Investor Joe’s Coconut Essential oil spray). Pour about 1 glass of batter onto the iron distributing evenly, the quantity of batter required will vary based on your waffle maker so use your best judgement right here. Cook until the waffle is golden brownish, about 3-4 a few minutes. Transfer to range safe plate or cooking sheet and place in range to help keep warm while you make the rest of the waffles. Makes about 8 servings (2 waffles each).
Ooooh these look delicious!!!
And girl if you love waffles you should attempt the Wafles and Dinges vehicle in NYC (if you haven’t currently :P)
Your photos generally me starving – and I’ve currently had breakfast!