Breakfast Fun: A Towering Waffle Cake Recipe

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They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but more often than not, it’s the one we all pass right by, without so much as a thought. Even though I work from home, I often find myself sitting down at my desk in the home office with my iced coffee, and it’s noon or even later before I even think about eating. This Towering Waffle Cake Recipe is the perfect answer to that problem – we all love waffles, right?

Towering Waffle Cake Recipe

AND IT IS A WAFFLE CAKE, GUYS. A literal cake made of waffles, the most beloved of all breakfast foods!

You may use as many or as few waffles in the tower as you like. You may want to double or triple the waffle recipe to achieve the look you have in mind. To make this Towering Waffle Cake Recipe  even easier, you can use your favorite waffle mix or the following “from scratch” recipe.

Towering Waffle Cake Recipe

Towering Waffle Cake Recipe

Ingredients

1.5 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup mashed really ripe bananas
½ cup coconut oil for batter, plus more for cooking
½ cup brown sugar
up to 1 cup almond milk (add slowly until you get the consistency you want)
dash of sea salt

Directions

Mix your batter and heat your skittle to medium. Grease the skillet again after each waffle for perfectly crispy waffles.

Towering Waffle Cake Recipe

Allow the waffles to cool a little bit on a wire rack before stacking up. This will help the tower hold its shape and stand tall.

Towering Waffle Cake Recipe

When everything is ready, stack up the waffles on a cake platter and then load with your favorite toppings. We poured warm pure maple syrup down over the top of a mount of fresh berries, fresh mint and some pea shoots.

Towering Waffle Cake Recipe

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Breakfast Fun: A Towering Waffle Cake Recipe
 
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Ingredients
  • 1.5 cups flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 cup mashed really ripe bananas
  • ½ cup coconut oil for batter, plus more for cooking
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • up to 1 cup almond milk (add slowly until you get the consistency you want)
  • dash of sea salt
Instructions
  1. Mix your batter and heat your skittle to medium. Grease the skillet again after each waffle for perfectly crispy waffles.
  2. Allow the waffles to cool a little bit on a wire rack before stacking up. This will help the tower hold its shape and stand tall.
  3. When everything is ready, stack up the waffles on a cake platter and then load with your favorite toppings. We poured warm pure maple syrup down over the top of a mount of fresh berries, fresh mint and some pea shoots.

 

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