Banana Bread Waffles w/ whipped vanilla coconut cream

Both decadent and wholesome. This feel-good brunch dish will be an absolute crowd pleaser. If you don’t have the time to make the whipped coconut cream, some coconut yoghurt would be an excellent substitute. Created by Bonnie Delicious Blog.

Take coconut cream cans from the fridge carefully. Open and spoon out the solid cream layer on top (this should be roughly half the can). Place in a bowl with the vanilla extract and maple syrup. Use electric beaters to whip for 3-4 minutes until light and fluffy.

Place all waffle ingredients into a blender or food processor. Run for 1 minute until smooth. If the batter is too thick add the additional ¼ cup of almond milk.

Lightly grease the waffle iron with coconut oil. Place 4-5 heaped spoonfuls of batter into the iron and roughly spread out. Cook for 3 minutes until browned.

Place in a warm oven to store while the remaining waffles are cooked.

Serve with sliced banana and the whipped coconut cream.

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Vegan, gluten free, paleo, dairy free, refined sugar free.

recipe and pictures by http://bonniedelicious.combonniedelicious.com

Note: the whipped coconut cream must be started the night before. It’s important to buy a coconut cream without stabilisers as this will prevent the cream separating as needed.
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