Banana Cinnamon Waffles
(2 servings) Printable Version
Combine flour, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt in a bowl. In another bowl, stir up the egg whites, milk, banana, and applesauce. Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients and stir until just moistened.
Pour enough batter to fill two-thirds of the waffle iron. Cook until crisp and golden brown. Set aside. Repeat with remaining batter.
Great advice for almost all waffles:
When you first take a waffle out of the iron, it is usually kind of soft and moist. Store just-made waffles your oven at about 200 degrees F while you make the rest of your waffles. After a few minutes in the oven, the waffles get nicely crisp on the outside. Don't let any waffle linger in the oven over 15 minutes.
Making really great waffles from scratch is easy with this recipe. Top with slices of banana and maple syrup for the best experience.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Checkers for this recipe.
Recipe number 224. Submitted 5/6/2002.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Banana Cinnamon Waffles?
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 16 votes.
Oh yum - I'm going to make them again this weekend.
Comment submitted: 2/17/2011 (#12144)
From Lil C.
Making mine right now.
Comment submitted: 7/16/2010 (#10894)
Nice for a change. Banana taste is not too strong, cinnamon smells great while cooking. Like the "no added sugar & oil", but used a lot of spray on the iron. Texture was a little softer than what we are used to, but still yummy.
Comment submitted: 3/20/2010 (#10102)
I hope these good reviews are true because I am planning on making them for breakfast this morning.
Comment submitted: 2/21/2010 (#9871)
From The 5 musketeer
These were super yummy !! The whole family enjoyed them. We can't wait to try the carrot cake waffels next.
Comment submitted: 11/1/2009 (#8943)
I found that the waffles were very easy to make, just spray your waffle maker with cooking spray prior to cooking and you will have no problems. there is no oil called for in the recipe so if you don't spray then "HELLO THEY ARE GOING TO STICK". I also added about 1 TBSP of vanilla very good. My 2 yr old never eats anything to do with bread consistency but he loved these and ate a whole one... lol...
Comment submitted: 4/9/2009 (#7927)
I have been making banana waffles for years... this is really not a good recipe. I tried it when i couldn't find my normal recipe and it was awful. The flavor was bland and it stuck horribly to my non-stick iron (which i have never had to use cooking spray on w/ my other waffles). The waffles never raised properly so they didn't cook properly. I was VERY disappointed and frustrated with this recipe.
Comment submitted: 2/1/2009 (#7497)
From tt ringer
It was good easy to make most people would like it but its not for the faint hearted.
Comment submitted: 10/24/2008 (#6671)
From Waffle Girl!
Very delicious - spray with cooking oil before using (I didn't have any problems though) really easy to make to - I used my own waffle recipe and just added 3 banana's and a fair bit of cinnamon... Good Stuff!
Comment submitted: 6/10/2008 (#5502)
From USAF cook
Awesome stuff, but it feeds more along the lines of 4-5 people in this recipe.
Comment submitted: 10/28/2007 (#3866)
From Stuck To Iron
Nice taste, shame about the b****y waffles sticking to the iron and upsetting my wife on our 12th wedding anniversary! P.S. Add milk and flour to make pancakes out of the darn stuff instead.
Comment submitted: 10/21/2007 (#3815)
Very good/ awesome added nuts and used whole wheat waffle mix.
Comment submitted: 9/15/2007 (#3570)
From The Halls
Really, really, really good. My son wanted to have it with ice cream and bananas for desert after breakfast! Of course, we didn't let him... but it's a great idea I wanted to share... pretty smart for a 5 year old. Thank you for the recipe Mr. Breakfast. Definitely a site we had to bookmark.
Comment submitted: 9/1/2007 (#3480)
Fast quick and basic ingredients. Tasty too - add a non-fat whipped cream face and the kids eat them up.
Comment submitted: 5/17/2007 (#2431)
I didn't think that this recipe was all that great... they seemed to be lacking a certain flavor. I tried adding some vanilla which helped but I didn't enjoy the soft texture of the waffles.
Comment submitted: 4/29/2007 (#2288)
From Calgary Ron
Have done this recipe 3 or 4 times and experimented with whole wheat flour with no problems. Adding 2 tablespoons of oil does help in sticking and browning. My kids love this recipe especially as a carb up for swim meets, etc.
Comment submitted: 3/28/2007 (#1981)
This recipe is something because we always have the ingredients.
Comment submitted: 2/6/2007 (#1444)
From Great Recipe
These are low fat and taste awseome. Their denser then other recipes with oil but they taste awseome even with the applesauce. The bananas really add something!
Comment submitted: 10/8/2006 (#469)
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