This paleo recipe post is sponsored by Puritan's Pride.
Breakfast boredom can set in pretty quickly when you’re paleo. It did for me at least. I made scrambled eggs, turkey bacon, and fruit. I made veggie omelets. I made veggie scrambles. I made crust-less quiches. I made mini crust-less quiches. And then? I pretty much didn’t want to see another egg for a while.
I wanted breakfast breads. I wanted pancakes. I wanted waffles! It was definitely time to get creative. So, I got my waffle maker out and began playing with paleo-friendly ingredients. It took quite a few trials (and quite a few non-waffley messes), but I can now make about 10 different versions of a paleo waffle. Well worth the time spent!
My kids love these paleo Banana Cinnamon Waffles. They are delicious and super simple to make.
¼ cup coconut flour
¼ cup Organic Raw Cashew Butter
1 medium banana sliced (I find it will blend better if you slice it)
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon GroundCinnamon
1 Teaspoon VanillaExtract
Beat the eggs with a hand mixer. Add in remaining ingredients and mix until the entire batter is smooth and there are no big chunks of banana remaining.
Pour the batter into your preheated waffle iron.
Cook according to recommended time for your waffle maker. Waffles should be golden brown and come out of waffle maker easily.
Makes about 6 waffles (depending on the size of your waffle iron).
You can of course top these with the traditional butter and maple syrup, but we love them without it. Try them topped with some sliced bananas and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Add some chopped nuts for some crunch if you’d like.
YUM! You’ll never be breakfast-bored again.