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Decadent Restaurant-Style Breakfast

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Rather than taking the family out for breakfast, why not whip up a batch of these delicious waffles instead? Serve with fruit and juice and you have a $10 per person restaurant breakfast for cheap!

Banana-Chocolate Chip Waffles

2 cups flour (I used 1/2 white, 1/2 whole wheat pastry flour)
scant 1/4 cup sugar
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 2/3 cup milk
2 medium bananas, mashed
6 tablespoons melted margarine (melt first, then's not quite a full stick)
2 large eggs
2/3 cup mini chocolate chips

Combine the bananas, milk, margarine, and eggs. Add flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Fold in chocolate chips. Cook on waffle iron. I have a Cuisanart and I cooked them on the #3 setting and they came out perfect.

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  1. wilbe95's Avatar
    I love chocolate chip waffles-they love me to and stick with me for a long time LOL. This sounds great with the bananas. I will have to try this one. Thanks
  2. JoAnn's Avatar
    These Banana-Chocolate Chip Waffles sound so good. Kinda wish I had a waffle iron. I really do like breakfast foods.
  3. DohDohBird's Avatar
    JoAnn, check your thrift stores! Although I bought mine new several years ago, I see waffle irons and every sort of small kitchen appliance at the thrift stores all the time. Folks buy a new kitchen toy and tire of it, so they give it away. You can pick one up for just a few buck. It's so worth it.

    A bonus on this recipe: it makes a lot of waffles, so unless you have a large family, there will be leftovers. Stored in the fridge, they will be gone by suppertime. They make EXCELLENT snacks, straight out of the fridge, cold and plain. YUM!
  4. JoAnn's Avatar
    I was thinking the same thing. At this stage of the game,I enjoy thrift shopping. If this recipes makes alot--I could freeze for those quick snacks also. I do use the freezer for those extra serving that are left. And then pull them out and pop in the toaster. OH YES....Thanks again
  5. faxonfive's Avatar
    These sound so wonderful....I am going to HAVE-To make these...thanks!!