Need to use up your ripe bananas?
These healthy banana bread waffles are fluffy and delicious. I honestly don’t need many toppings since the waffles are flavorful without any.
Adding fresh fruit, a handful of nuts, or some flax seeds are nutrient dense additions if you are looking to change it up! Toppings like whipped cream, maple syrup, peanut butter, or sliced bananas are also always delicious too.
This banana bread waffle recipe is quick and simple making it a great breakfast recipe or even a dessert. I typically make extra and freeze them to have as a to-go option. Pair with a veggie egg scramble or some Greek yogurt to make it a balanced meal!
Healthy Banana Bread Waffles Nutrition Info:
Whole wheat flour: great alternative to refined white flour because it has a much higher fiber content. Whole wheat white flour is still whole wheat flour, but it has a lighter color and lighter flavor that might be preferred in certain dishes and baking.
Bananas: are rich in fiber, potassium and magnesium, all of which have been linked to lowering the risk of heart disease.
Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk: great source of calcium and vitamin E. Typically has fewer calories than dairy options and is an alternative for people who are lactose sensitive.
Need some other meal prep breakfast ideas?
Check out my egg frittatas and overnight oats!