Date Waffles of Banana and Oatmeal in the Blender

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Date Waffles of Banana and Oatmeal in the Blender

Gluten-free (with pure uncontaminated oatmeal), naturally sweetened and with a good touch of fiber, these oatmeal and banana waffles are a perfect meal to start the day.

They're filling up because of the banana, eggs, and oatmeal, with a nice slow release of energy as well, which means they'll carry you until lunchtime without those bellies resonating.

Also, they are super easy to make.


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  • Put the oats in the blender and blend until it looks like flour
  • Add the other ingredients and mix until everything comes together in a liquid mass.
  • You may need to scrape down the sides of the blender once or twice to combine all the ingredients (I bought one of these for my vitamix to get any group under the blades and it is very helpful)
  • If your dough doesn't look runny enough (it should be easily pourable), just add a little more milk 1 tablespoon at a time
  • Then simply pour the dough into your waffle maker and cook according to the instructions that come with the machine.

Hello, ready, you have a delicious breakfast that the whole family will love.

Mine love them in their lunch boxes too for something a little different.

Can oatmeal and banana waffles prepare food and prepare ahead of time?

Yes, sure they can.

A great thing about waffles is that they are extremely freezer safe, so you can make a large batch and store them in the freezer until needed.

If you don't already have a waffle maker, I recommend getting one that flips over. It works very well for more even cooking and is very easy to use. I only have a cheap version of Kmart that I bought from a thrift store, but if I could justify another kitchen purchase this would be in my kitchen bench:

In the morning you can take them out of the freezer, put them in the toaster and, once heated, they taste as good as a fresh waffle.

However, I have some tips:

  • Once made, let waffles cool completely before putting them in the freezer
  • For starters, put them on a baking sheet or other flat surface and put them in the freezer (this prevents them from sticking together and makes it easier to take them out in the morning)
  • Once frozen, transfer them from the baking sheet to a freezer bag, or a suitable container for the freezer. While completely frozen, they should not stick together in the freezer bag
  • To reheat them, remove them from the freezer and place them directly into the toaster, toaster oven or deep fryer and use the 'frozen' or 'defrost' setting (depending on what you have in your toaster) until crisp. abroad.

Lay the waffles on a flat surface, make sure they don't touch, and then place them in the freezer. Once frozen, transfer waffles to a Ziploc bag or freezer-safe container with a lid.

That's it, you can enjoy your banana flour, dates and oatmeal waffles.

What ingredients go well with oatmeal waffles?

The sky is the limit, try some of these:

  • Go classic with a nice drizzle of maple syrup
  • add a good tablespoon of peanut butter and some PB&J waffle jam
  • a little butter while they're still hot so everything melts
  • a good tablespoon of peanut butter and some banana slices
  • a stack of raspberries for a natural PB&J flavor
  • a tablespoon of yogurt and a little granola for a good crunch
  • yogurt and a pinch of nuts and seeds

Use your imagination and create your perfect combination.

If you're catering to a crowd, you can always put a variety of ingredients on the table and have yourself a waffle buffet. This always goes down well and means you don't have to satisfy everyone's different preferences.

Do you need more inspiration for breakfast?

Having breakfast prepared and ready to eat is one of my ways to ensure a smooth start to the day and an easier week for everyone involved.

I always keep some waffles in the fridge for the kids to eat after school.

This is especially during a school week when you have to try to get everyone to the door on time, and you can't make them come out with a thud.

Try some of these breakfast ideas that can be made ahead of time:

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Date Waffles of Banana and Oatmeal Flour in the Blender

Mornings are busy, but we still need a healthy and nutritious breakfast on the table, and sometimes you just want waffles. These oatmeal waffles are super fast and easy, and because they are made by adding all of the ingredients to the blender, they take no time at all. Make it even easier by making a large batch of healthy oatmeal waffles over the weekend and keeping them in the fridge or freezer for a great on-the-go option.

Preparation time: 5 minutes

Cook time: 18 minutes

Course: breakfast

Kitchen: breakfast

Servings: 12 waffles

Calories: 93kcal


  • 2 cups old fashioned rolled oats
  • 1 cup milk of choice
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2 large ripe bananas
  • 6 boneless dates
  • 1 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon of baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon of salt


  • Add the oatmeal to the blender and stir until it resembles a fine flour.

  • Put the rest of the ingredients in the blender with the oatmeal and mix until smooth.

  • Heat a waffle maker that has been drizzled with nonstick cooking spray or greased with coconut oil over medium heat.

  • Pour enough dough to fill the waffle maker (this will vary depending on the waffle maker make and model, so be sure to check the instructions to avoid overfilling); cook for 2-3 minutes and until the bubbles come out on top of the pancakes. Turn and cook for about 1-2 more minutes. Continue with the remaining dough.

  • Cook for 2-3 minutes, turn and cook for an additional 2-3 minutes. Continue with the remaining dough. (See notes)

  • Serve with favorite ingredients and enjoy!


This recipe makes 3 large waffles, which are 12 small waffle triangles. You may need to scrape down the sides of the blender once or twice to combine all the ingredients (I bought one of these for my vitamix to get clusters from under the blades and it comes in handy) if your dough doesn't look liquid enough ( it should be easily pourable), then just add a little more milk 1 tablespoon at a time Since there is no wheat flour in these waffles, you will want to cook them a little longer than a normal batch would cook, otherwise they may remain sticky in the means, medium. They will be ready when they are easy to remove from the waffle iron.


Calories: 93kcal | Carbohydrates: 17 g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 2g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 27mg | Sodium: 87mg | Potassium: 186mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin A: 52 IU | Vitamin C: 2mg | Calcium: 53mg | Iron: 1 mg

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