Banana Pecan Waffles


I debated on whether or not to share this recipe with you, because it really isn't a recipe at all. I mean, there are ingredients, but very minimal work to do so it almost seems silly to share it.

Then I realized if I am constantly out there searching the internet for breakfast recipes that I can make/eat quickly and that are healthy, there must be others out there as well so I should share this with others.

I really think that my next kitchen gadget (when I find somewhere to possibly store something else) is going to be a waffle maker. Everyone loves waffles, right? And I'd love to be able to make my own instead of either needing to go out and get them from a restaurant, or relying on the frozen version. I can only imagine how incredible tasting these would be if the bananas and the pecans could actually be in the waffle batter!

Banana Pecan Waffles
Source: Eating Well
Servings: 2
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    • 2 whole wheat freezer waffles
    • 1/2 banana, sliced
    • 3-4 pecans, chopped
    • 2 sprays of butter spray
    • 2 tsp. maple syrup 
1. Toast the waffles according to package directions.
2. Spray each waffle with butter and drizzle 1 teaspoon of maple syrup on top.
3. Top each waffle with banana slices and chopped pecans.

The best thing about this recipe is how incredibly filling it was. I ate this every morning for a week, around 8 am and I wasn't even hungry for lunch until 2 or later. And it surely doesn't hurt that this comes in under 300 calories. 

1 comment:

  1. I'm always looking for new ideas - this looks like a keeper :)


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