Waffles...sans the bisquick

I can't take an ounce of credit for this one! I have seen this no-nonsense recipe on Pinterest before & disregarded it due to my many past failed Pinterest attempts. However, a patient (Thanks J!) declared it foolproof so I had to give it a go! I mixed the ingredients in a Kitchenaid, poured the batter into my waffle maker (lets face it, I made these just to have an excuse to actually use the forever stored appliance), waited impatiently, topped with almond butter & honey and finally DEVOURED

They. Were. Glorious!


  • 3 eggs (whole)

  • 2 bananas (the more ripe the better)

  • 1/4 cup of coconut flour (I added this on my own because I felt that the batter was too runny & it turned out great - The original recipe did not call for it)

  • cinnamon to your liking


^ So - that was the final product, but as you can see I enjoyed it quicker than I could capture it. Like I said I added almond butter & honey.  Patients brought us some home harvested honey with the comb (which you can see in the pathetic picture). It is marvelous! Thank you to those special people!

The coconut flour and the almond butter add good sources of fat to mix with the bananas. Recent studies have shown that the addition of good dietary fats aid in enhancing the positive benefits of fruits & vegetables. 

Let me know if: 

  1. You added to the recipe successfully! OR
  2. You have other delightful foods I can make in my neglected waffle maker!


Sloan Burdick