- 1 cup of pureed bananas- which is about 2 medium bananas
- ¼ cup ground chia seeds
- ½ cup filtered water
- ½ cup hemp milk
- 2 TB of Avocado Oil * see note
- 1 cup of Millet Flour
- ½ cup of Tapioca Starch * see note
- 1 TB Baking powder
- 1 tsp of cinnamon * optional
- Homemade vanilla "extract" *optional to taste a good starting point would be ¼tsp
- ¼ tsp. Sea salt*see note
- Depending on what kind of blender you have you may have to adjust how you start this.
- I have done this in a bullet and a Vitamix. Of course, I prefer the Vitamix.
- The bullet will get the job done but it will take 20min longer.
- So below are instructions for a Vitamix.
- Put all ingredients into the Vitamix.
- I like putting the two bananas in first and some liquid.
- If you don't like a lot of banana then only use 1 and ½ bananas. I would not use more than 2 bananas for a single batch.
- Blend until all ingredients are combined well and the batter is pourable, but not runny.
- If it is runny add a ½ TB of ground chia to the batter and mix well. If it is still runny wait 5 min to see if that would thicken it up more.
- Pour the amount you desire into your waffle maker. I make them smaller so they cook faster. Note they can brown in a regular waffle maker but it all depends on the texture you like your waffles. I don't like my waffles firm so mine are barely golden.
- Currently, we have a regular waffle maker but we have this on our wish list for the new house.
A great example of knowing your sources is the Avocado oil listed above is the one I use, but I am looking for one that is not refined. Not sure if that is even a thing, but if I find one that I like I will update the link. I add this note about that just so you can see my process.
Sea salt note: the first time you make this use what is listed. We usually put more salt in. It really does make a difference to me at least. I like salt, so keep that in mind.
If you are using a bullet, my expert tip would be to mix all the wet ingredients together and then add the dry on top. This is why it takes longer to do with the bullet.
Time will vary depending on what blender you use and how done you like your waffles.