Banana Oat Waffles
(Local Grocery Store Friendly)
I’ve been making waffles at home for several weeks, and I finally have a simple, local grocery store friendly recipe I want to share with you.
2 1/2 c. water
3 c. rolled oats
1 ripe banana
1 tsp. salt
Place waffles in a sprayed waffle iron for 7 minutes or until it’s done.
I use two waffle irons when I do this, and I can make five square waffles at a time with this recipe. I usually serve this with a fruit topping that I make as well.
When I’ve been using this recipe with rolled oats, I find that it’ll be pretty liquidy for about1-3 minutes, but then it’ll get thicker as the oats absorb the water.
If you try this recipe out, please tell me how it goes!
I’m going to try a different version of waffles maybe as early as next week. I want to try making waffles from soybeans. Although, it’s recommended that I soak the soybeans the night before, the soybean waffles have a lighter color that has a little more eye appeal. These banana oat waffles were a little brown out of the waffle iron, but they tasted good.
For a little over two months, I’ve been making breakfasts in my home kitchen, and it’s truly been a blessing cooking for others. Food service is a talent I want to continually cultivate to show my practical interest in the hearts and minds of others.