Updated: May 20, 2020
WARNING: These waffles are VERY high in calories - the peanuts alone are 800 Kcal. So if you eat the entire stack alone, make sure you get that good effort workout planned before munching these bad boys.
Once upon a time, many years ago, I was an avid crossfitter with a very strict low carb diet. I was hooked on heavy lifting and I did deadlifts over 100 kg - when you live like that, you eat peanut butter with low carb anything and you are terrified of the thought of eating a bowl of pasta.
I know, it's sort of hard to imagine that it used to be like that - but it was. Now it has changed, still no pasta for me but also no heavy lifting, but meals shaped like waffles several times a week. And so today my waffle diet inspiration was my long lost strong lady time.
Now let's get cooking:
Peanut and banana waffles
yield: 4-5 small waffles.
preparation time: 3 minutes
cooking time: 2 minutes per waffle
100 g peanuts
1 tbsp. olive oil
50 ml. plant based milk (I used oat - you can use dairy)
1 tsp. baking powder
20 g rolled oats
1/4 tsp salt
How to make peanut and banana waffles.
Blend the peanuts and oats, then add the rest of the waffle ingredients.
Turn on waffle iron, I set it on 4-5. No nee