It is hard believe that these AIP and low-FODMAP Green Banana Flour Waffles are actually grain-free and vegan. The texture is so soft and incredible with just the right amount of sweetness from the banana and touch of maple syrup.
These green banana flour waffles are perfect for a weekend brunch or try storing a batch in the freezer for a quick weekday snack. I love topping these waffles with sliced tigernuts, maple syrup or a dollop of coconut yogurt.
Ingredients for Green Banana Flour Waffles:
- Green Banana Flour
- Baking soda
- Sea salt
- Coconut oil
- Full-fat coconut milk
- Maple syrup
- Apple cider vinegar
- I used a Dash mini waffle maker and highly recommend giving it a try. I find that the mini size (4″ diameter) works much better for AIP waffles. For this recipe, I can’t speak from experience how the waffles will turn out in a full-size waffle maker. Please let me know if you give it a try!
- Try topping the waffles with sliced tigernuts, a little maple syrup, coconut yogurt and/or add some blueberries to the batter (so good!)
- Store the green banana waffles in an air-tight container. Keep in the fridge for up to 3-4 days or in the freezer for up to 3 months. I love to reheat the waffles in a toaster oven before enjoying.
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Green Banana Flour Waffles (AIP, Gluten-Free, low-FODMAP)
These AIP and low-FODMAP waffles are perfect for a weekend brunch or try storing a batch in the freezer for a quick weekday snack.
- Step 1 Heat up the mini waffle maker.
- Step 2 On a small plate, peel and mash banana until fairly smooth.
- Step 3 In a medium bowl, mix together the green banana flour, baking soda, and sea salt. Add in the mashed banana and mix until fully combined.
- Step 4 Add in the coconut oil, coconut milk, maple syrup, and apple cider vinegar. Fully mix together the ingredients and until the green banana flour soaks up the liquid. The texture should be fairly smooth with a pudding-like consistency. If the texture is too watery, add in a little green banana flour until the right consistency is achieved.
- Step 5 Once the mini waffle maker is fully heated, lightly grease with coconut oil. Add roughly 2 tbsp of batter into the waffle maker. Close and let cook for 5 minutes.
- Step 6 Open the waffle maker and gently remove the waffle with a spatula or fork. Place the waffle on a plate or cooling rack.
- Step 7 Repeat steps until batter is finished, lightly oiling the waffle maker between each waffle. This recipe should make roughly 4 waffles.
- Step 8 Enjoy the waffles right away while they are still warm. Or, store them in an air-tight container in the fridge/freezer, heating them up in a toaster oven before serving.