Recipe from Topfood
35 min
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Updated 19.12.2022
A very tasty dish that can be cooked quickly and easily with a waffle iron. A good option if you are tired of ordinary waffles and want something more. These waffles can be garnished with fruit such as bananas.


  • Flour
    4 cup
  • Bananas
    1 pcs.
  • Baking powder
    1,3333333333333 tsp.
  • Butter
    20 tsp.
  • Chicken eggs
    1,3333333333333 pcs.
  • Vegetable oil
    2 tsp.
  • Ground cinnamon
    to taste

Nutrition facts per 100 g

  • Calories

    264 kcal

  • Protein

    7 g

  • Fat

    16 g

  • Carbohydrates

    25 g


  • Pre-melt the butter (over a fire or water bath). Leave to cool (to room temperature).

  • Peel the bananas. Break the bananas into several pieces, put the pieces in a bowl, then turn them into gruel with a fork. 

  • Break the eggs in a separate bowl and beat them until foam appears. Pour oil to them and mix everything gently until smooth. 

  • Add flour and baking powder. Knead the dough thoroughly. 

  • Heat the waffle iron. Grease the bottom to prevent the dough from sticking and spread over the entire surface. 

  • Bake the waffles for a few minutes until golden brown. Gently open the waffle iron after baking and remove with a spatula. When the waffles are hot, they are soft, this means they are elastic, so we give you the opportunity to twist them into a tube, if you wish. As it cools, it becomes soft and crunchy! 


  • How to sift flour? 
    To sift flour, you will need a sieve and a bowl over which you will sift the flour. 
    Place flour in a sieve and sift directly over a bowl. 
     • The flour has a powdery consistency and may be a little messy. Empty it slowly. If you do this too harshly, the flour will end up on your shirt and work surface. 
     • It is best to wear an old shirt or apron before sifting.

  • How to properly melt butter in a water bath? 
    You will need two dishes of different sizes. Pour water into a large container and put it on fire. Place a smaller container on top so that it is about half submerged in water. Put chopped butter in it. Under the influence of boiling water, it begins to melt. Stir it lightly to speed up the process. Once the butter pieces are completely dissolved, remove from heat.

  • How to choose a ripe banana? 
    Ripe bananas are bright yellow with noticeable black spots and no green tinges. Make sure the banana is not hard. To do this, simply press down on it with your finger. The ideal fruit should be soft and easily wrinkled by finger pressure. If it is hard, you should not use it right away, it is better to leave it stored for a day or two, until it becomes ripe.

Bon Appetit!

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