Quinoa waffles are going to give you that perfect breakfast comfort food you’re looking for without putting you in the “danger zone” as far as carbohydrates are concerned. Topped with a bit of banana, these could quickly become your favorite breakfast time food!
Here’s how to prepare these banana quinoa waffles:
Take out your waffle iron and turn it on or place it over a medium heat burner, allowing it to come up to temperature.
While you’re waiting for your waffle iron to heat up, combine the different types of flour together with baking powder, all spices, and that little bit of salt. In a separate mixing bowl, you’ll want to bring together the banana, the egg yolk, as well as the milk and vanilla – beating them evenly together until everything is smooth.
At this point in time you’ll also want to make sure that you gently beat your egg whites in a separate bowl until you see tiny little white mountains, at which point you’ll want to mix all ingredients together.
From there, simply grease up your waffle iron and then pour in just enough batter to fill the pattern.
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