FOR 4–6 FRIEnDS

1/2 c. 1/2 c. 1/4 c. 3T 2 tsp 1/2 tsp 2 11/4 c. 2 1T 2T

all-purpose flour whole wheat flour instant oatmeal brown sugar baking powder baking soda eggs buttermilk bananas (1 very ripe, 1 medium-ripe), diced vegetable oil butter, melted

Banana Waffles with Passion Fruit rum syrup and Mango Butter
eating well is the best defense for Mother nature’s bone-chilling gusts. i make these great waffles for overnight guests if they haven’t snored and kept me awake all night. they are a great escape from a cold snowy day when eaten in front of a fireplace. these will give you enough energy to face the cold and get to the gym or at least take the dog for a walk!

in blender, combine flours, sugar, and baking powder. add egg, milk, ripe banana, oil, and butter; process until mixed. Fold in remaining banana. heat waffle iron until hot; add butter to lightly grease. spoon batter evenly into waffle iron and cook until golden brown. Keep on a platter in the oven covered lightly with aluminum foil until all waffles are ready. serve with Mango Butter (see recipe below) and your favorite syrup. i like warm maple syrup with a little rum, butter, and fresh passion fruit stirred in.

additional butter as needed for cooking 2 fresh passion fruits, seeds and pulp

syrup of your choice

1 lb. 1 c. 2T

butter (room temperature) mango pulp sugar

Mango Butter
Puree mango, lemon juice, sugar, and salt in a blender. add butter and pulse to combine. With a piping bag, pipe butter in curls on parchment paper and freeze until hard. remove to container and seal. store in freezer or refrigerator until needed.

1 pinch salt juice of one lemon

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