So today I'm making banana waffles .
I have this little mini waffle maker that I just purchased for my son .
I have ripe bananas .
So why not ?
I have around one cup of mashed banana .
Basically , they were two large bananas that were very ripe just like this .
I used two of those .
I mashed them and that gives me around a cup .
I'm also going to be using 1.5 cups of all purpose flour , a quarter teaspoon of salt , a quarter teaspoon of baking soda and one teaspoon of baking powder .
Two large eggs .
I'm gonna be adding around a half teaspoon of ground cinnamon .
One teaspoon of vanilla extract .
I have three quarters of a cup of Greek yogurt .
You could also use buttermilk .
You could also use regular plain yogurt .
This is plain Greek yogurt .
I have a quarter cup of a quarter packed cup of light brown sugar , three tablespoons of grape seed oil and that's what's going to get us this delicious batter for the waffles .
So to get started , I'm going to work on the wet ingredients .
So here I'm gonna add my mashed banana .
This is two large ripe bananas , my packed quarter cup of light brown sugar , three tablespoons of my grape seed oil .
You could use uh any cooking oil that you have on hand .
My teaspoon of vanilla extract .
There we go .
And my , a half teaspoon of ground cinnamon and my three quarters cup of plain Greek yogurt .
Now I'm going to give this a mix .
So now I'm going to add in my two large eggs .
I'm gonna break them off in this bowl first , just in case I get a bad E OK .
Continue mixing and combine well .
So now what I'm going to do is here's my cup and a half of all purpose flour , my baking soda , salt and baking powder that's gonna go in .
I'm actually gonna mix this before I add it to my whit ingredients .
Now you're just going to combine the wet and the dry ingredients .
So here's the setup .
I've got my waffle batter here .
I've got my little mini waffle maker and just a plate to put the , the cooked waffles on .
So once this comes up to temperature , basically , this is , this is just uh a little basic waffle maker .
Once the light turns off , that indicates that my waffle maker is um preheated to the correct temperature .
And that's when I'm going to add three tablespoons of my mixture to the mini waffle maker .
If you have a regular waffle maker , just follow the instructions for that particular model of waffle maker .
But for this mini one , it takes about three tablespoons of batter .
Just take my mix .
This is a quarter cup measure .
So I'm not gonna fill it all the way to the top , but that should be about three tablespoons .
So now I've got my veteran gonna cover the top and let it cook .
So I'm gonna check this .
It should be done .
It's been oh yeah , it's been about a minute .
Oh my gosh .
This is so cute and perfect .
I'm gonna repeat the process .
Ok , so I managed to get 15 mini waffles .
So for larger waffles , you could probably get around 6 to 8 , the breakfast is ready and I also want to mention that whatever we don't eat today .
I like to individually freeze these first on a baking sheet , then place them in a storage baggie and these are great for quick breakfast waffles .
You pop them into the toaster to reheat and they are perfect for the kids to help themselves to breakfast .
I hope you give this recipe a try .
I hope you like it .
And thanks for watching .