This delicious waffle recipe is pretty darn “allergy proof” unless you have issues with eggs. It is void of any gluten, grains, nuts and of course dairy. These paleo waffles with coconut still taste just like the real deal according to my guest Rossy of Primal Yum! Rossy says her use of bananas in this paleo recipe makes them extremely light and soft, while the coconut makes them fluffy and fragrant. Who wouldn’t love this combination? Man oh man, makes me hungry just reading that alone.
When making a recipe like this it affirms that a healthy recipe can also be very tasty and satisfying! Thank you again Rossy as you are truly a kitchen genius.
This recipe was generously contributed by Rossy Neame of PrimalYum. Rossy is loaded with ideas and occupies every spare second with exciting hobbies. Her website was created a few years ago when she discovered that she has gluten intolerance. Today, it is a place where one can get travel inspiration and can find easy recipes for a healthy lifestyle. She believes that happiness exists within us and being healthy is the first step to a constant smile on our faces. She also loves hiking and yoga (like me!), and during the weekends she also takes time to paint in her studio and creates mini-sculptures using wood, moss and fungus. The rest of the time, Rossy works as a 3D artist in the biggest film studio in the Balkans, situated in the mountain near the capital city of Bulgaria. Be sure to check out several of her other delicious recipe contributions to PaleOmazing!Print
This delicious waffle recipe is pretty darn “allergy proof” unless you have issues with eggs. It is void of any gluten, grains, nuts and of course dairy. These paleo waffles with coconut still taste just like the real deal.
- 3 bananas
- 4 eggs
- 1/3 cup coconut flour
- 2 pinches baking powder
- Oil for the waffle maker
- Heat your waffle maker.
- Blend the bananas, eggs and coconut flour together.
- Let sit for 10 minutes and then blend again.
- Add the baking powder and stir well.
- Grease your waffle maker well.
- Pour some of the mixture into it and close the lid.
- In a few minutes slowly start opening the lid and peak inside. You can help your waffle by using a spatula. Once it has separated from the waffle maker, transfer it to a plate.
- Keep doing this with the rest of your mixture.
They are lovely with some sour cherries and coconut.
If you have any questions or suggestions just email me at Tina (at) Paleomazing.com.