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Raised Waffles with Warm Brown Sugar Bananas P&Q

Posted on: November 16, 2009

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17 Responses to "Raised Waffles with Warm Brown Sugar Bananas P&Q"

I am excited about this one. I will make them Sat. morning for breakfast. The warm brown sugar banana topping sounds so good. Has anyone tried this recipe yet?

I think Wendy from PinkStripes made them already and said they were pretty good. Not sure if she’s checking these P&Q’s but maybe she can weigh in if she does.

I’ve just bought a waffle iron. I do hope it arrives in time!

Yes! The waffles are good. The banana topping even better. I really liked it. Nothing difficult or tricky about the recipe.

I liked the banana topping much more than the waffles. I thought the waffles were a lil on the bland side but that’s cause i did something wrong… i’m not sure if this affected the recipe in anyway but i added the eggs into the batter at the same nite. I’m going to try this again on Fri nite for Sat. breakfast to see if it tastes any different.

Unfortunately, I don’t have a waffle maker, so I might sit this one out. Unless pancakes are possible, then I might try it. Might be a game day decision!

no waffle maker here. poo. i was looking forward to making these. 😦

maybe i can borrow my mom’s!!

well until i apparently found a waffle maker at my place, i wasnt going to make them, but i think you can use a waffle recipe to make pancakes =]

I never use my waffle maker, so I’m glad a baking group recipe is getting me to dust it off! These sound yummy.

I dint have a waffle maker either, but pancakes are a good idea. You all keep talking the sauce up so I want to try that. I bet it would be good on french toast too.

I made the waffles this morning and thought they were delicious! I substituted apples for bananas and wasn’t a huge fan of the topping. It wasn’t awful, but I probably wouldn’t make it again.

My waffle iron came, but I wasn’t home so it’s at the sorting office! I can’t pick it up till Monday so I’m gonna be posting this one late 😦

So I was reading over the recipe and it calls for rum. unfortunately I am underage, anyone know of good subs for rum?

The 2nd time I made this, I omitted the rum. Was still good!

After teaching at work today I did manage to post my waffle baking. I thought these were fantastic. Very crisp.

I forgot to log out so here’s another comment so you can link to me!
Its a great recipe. Did anyone try to save extra batter? I didn’t think it would hold very well and just threw it out.
Nina,
I would substitute a little orange juice, a bit of orange peel and a touch of vanilla for the rum.
Patty

i made these but what resulted was NOT a waffle mix. it was uber runny and smelled horrible!! maybe i should have let it sit in the fridge rather than my kitchen counter…? i’ll tackle this again one day.

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