Vegan, paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, grain-free

A couple of days ago, Panos asked for waffle for breakfast. I was out of sweet potatoes to make my sweet potato waffles but I had bananas. So I made those vegan paleo banana waffles. They are crispy in the outside and moist in the inside. They were a total success! And you can make them in the blender! So yeah I will call this a win-win.

What you will need

  • Banana. This is the main sweetener of the waffles and it makes them very moist.
  • Almond milk. You can use any milk of your choice, dairy or non-dairy to keep it vegan
  • Alternative flours. I love baking with alternative flours. This time I used almond and tapioca flour. I would not recommend to substitute with any other flour as the mixture might need different amounts of flour.
  • Chia. If you don’t have chia on hand you can use grounded flaxseed. When chia soak on the almond milk, they react as a binder. Personally I prefer chia over flaxseed as I dont like the taste of flaxseed that much.
  • Honey. This is totally optional. If you serve this to a baby less than one year old you should avoid honey. You can always substitute with maple syrup.

How I served it

If you follow me for a long time on Instagram, you might have noticed that Panos is obsessed with his eco-friendly bamboo plates* by Bubba Boo. He loves to pick on which plate he will have his meal. Today he picked the panda! So I served half a waffle along with fruits and topped with coconut flakes. And, for myself I served a couple of sunny side up eggs on the side. It was a total hit!

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Vegan banana waffles

Recipe by Panos EatsCourse: BreakfastDifficulty: Easy


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This is the best vegan and paleo banana waffles for little fingers.


  • 1 medium banana (about 1/3 cup mashed)

  • 2/3 cup almond milk

  • 3/4 cup almond flour

  • 2 tbsp tapioca flour

  • 2 tbsp honey (optional, if you serve kids over one years old)

  • 1 tbsp chia seeds

  • 1 tsp baking powder

  • zest of a clementine

  • coconut oil to grease your waffle iron


  • In a small bowl stir the almond milk with the chia seeds and let them soak for 10 minutes
  • Add all the ingredients in the blender along with the chia/milk mixture and blend away
  • Grease your waffle iron and add the waffle batter
  • Cook over medium heat for 6-7 minutes or until crispy
  • Repeat for the rest of the waffle batter

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