Healthy Banana – Oatmeal Waffles

Healthy Banana – Oatmeal Waffles

Hey loves!!

Just saying hi to share my favorite banana-oatmeal waffle recipe. I’ll be sharing some of my favorite healthy recipes with all the nutritional info for you guys to see and hopefully make at home if it’s a good fit for your diet.

You can make these waffles on the weekends, every morning if you have the chance or when you meal prep like I do. I make waffles for me and G for the whole week and put them in the fridge and just warm them up in the oven every morning. (I have other yummy recipes too that I will share soon).

These are easy to bring with you to work. You can make like a little sandwich with one TBS peanut butter and you have a good, balanced and healthy breakfast. Here’s what you need:

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup egg whites
  • 7g flax-chia blend – Aprox. 1 tbs (you can also use ground flax seeds)
  • 1 tsp pure stevia
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1 tbs coconut flour
  • 1/4 cup quaker oats
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1-2 fluid oz coconut almond milk (it can be any nut milk of your preference)
  • 100 grms of banana (A medium size banana)

Mix everything in a blender for a few seconds in no particular order as far as I’m concerned. Pour mix into waffle maker. Make sure to spray with coconut oil because they tend to stick.

This recipe makes 4 waffles. Visit my Amazon store front to check out the waffle maker I use. (It’s only $10)

This was originally a pancake recipe from Sascha Fitness, I did not create this myself. I take all of her pancake recipes and make them my own pretty much. You can do the same. (They are only in Spanish just FYI).

For example, if you eat low carb, replace the oatmeal with coconut or almond flour. You can have fun and play with it. I also make these for G and since he has a different body type than me and eats more food/calories than I do, I add oatmeal flour on top of the oatmeal and I also add chia seeds. Sometimes I even add dark chocolate chips and he loves them like that.

This recipe is also great for kids! Just don’t use stevia (use coconut sugar instead) and maybe no flax seeds because it could be a little too much fiber.

I eat these waffles for breakfast with 1 TBS of peanut butter (or any nut butter) and some sugar free maple syrup. It’s one of my favorite breakfasts. This recipe fits my macros perfectly because I eat a lot of carbs and around 1750 calories a day. (More on that here).

Nutritional Info:

Calories: 313 – Carbs: 48.6g – Fat: 6.4g – Protein: 19.6g

If you decide to make it, let me know how you liked it in the comments below! If you love bananas make sure to come back and check out my banana pancake recipe. It’s similar than this one, but it serves two people and I made some adjustments because the consistency wasn’t great with this exact recipe. As soon as I take the photos, I’ll post it.

Have the best day ahead and stay healthy!

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  • Emily
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    Ok just wanted to let you know that I made this recipe and it’s TO DIE FOR!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Please more like this. Loved having these waffles for breakfast. They made me feel good and full all the way til lunch time 😊

  • Sky
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    Oh these are great for meal prep! I need to spice up my breakfast game.
    Dying to try them with PB 😍

  • Vanessa
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    Need these in my life! I will make this recipe πŸ™‚

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