I’m so pumped to share these vegan chocolate chip banana waffles! They’re part of this week’s video for vegan waffles 2 ways! Both of these ideas next level tasty. Even better, all the fun housewares and appliances are from Hudson’s Bay. Read more about my faves that I used in the video and how to make your mornings cozier here.
If you crave a sweet waffle experience, this is the recipe for you! I incorporated bananas and chocolate chips in the batter, and also included them while serving! Drizzle these bad boys with a generous serving of maple syrup and call it a day.
Check out the how-to video to see just how simple this waffle recipe is or keep scrolling for the whole thing.
vegan chocolate chip banana waffles
For a sweet brunch, try these crispy chocolate chip banana waffles. They’re even better if you can cozy up in bed with the whole stack!
- 1 banana, mashed
- 1 1/2 C all-purpose flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp sea salt
- 1 1/2 C nondairy milk
- 1/4 C melted butter
- 1/2 C vegan chocolate chips
- banana slices
- vegan chocolate chips
- maple syrup
- Turn on your waffle iron to heat up.
- Mash the banana in a large mixing bowl.
- Add the remaining ingredients and fold together with a spatula to combine. Do not over mix, small lumps in the batter are fine.
Spray the waffle iron on both sides with a light coating of oil. Pour half the batter in the centre and spread it out to the edges. Close the lid. One batch will take between 7 to 9 minutes to cook through. It all depends on the waffle iron brand but a good sign is when there is no more steam coming out the sides of the waffle iron.
Remove the waffles with a fork or a skewer from the waffle iron onto a wire rack. Flip them a couple of times to let them cool. Placing them on a wire rack will allow air to circulate around the waffles so they remain crispy.
- Serve with extra banana slices, chocolate chips, and maple syrup.
If you have left over waffles you can re-heat them in the waffle iron to get them crisp again before serving!