Banana Peanut Butter Waffledillas

Banana Peanut Butter Waffles

March 30, 2016   10 Comments

Yes, I am a bit obsessed with my waffle iron. Sue me.

Actually, please don’t sue me. I hate courts and I am scheduled for jury duty again. Prosecutors and defense attorneys throw me off of juries before I ever get a chance to serve. I think there is something about my Ph.D. that makes them believe that I might pay attention.

What little they know about us Ph.Ds........ We tend to be a pretty sleepy bunch......zzzzzz

Before going to court to be rejected, I made this “Waffledilla” (go ahead and sue me for making up a word).

This is straight forward, delicious, and fun!

What else would you put in a Waffledilla?

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Banana & Peanut Butter Waffledillas

Makes 2

2 teaspoons natural peanut butter
1 ripe banana
2 small flour tortillas

Heat waffle iron. Spread peanut butter on one half of each tortilla. Mash banana in a bowl and spread on half of each tortilla. Fold tortilla into half circle and cook on waffle iron for four minutes until hot.

One waffledilla is 138 calories, 3.5 g fat, 0.7 g saturated fat, 25.2 g carbohydrates, 7.8 g sugar, 3.7 g protein, 3.4 g fiber, 12 mg sodium, 3 SmartPts

Points values are calculated by Snack Girl and are provided for information only.
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10 Comments:

This rocks, Lisa. ROCKS!! Can't wait to try.
My kids decided in the late 80s that I was never chosen for the jury because I didn't wear lipstick which made me look like a militant feminist. :)

on March 30, 2016

How about extra sharp cheddar cheese? - waffle cheese toastie!

on March 30, 2016

Looks yummy! Can't beat PB & banana combo. I actually have a quesadilla maker that I got in a grab gift - works well, but extra piece of equipment. Also, a couple of other lower points products - because I would want more than 1 of these!

Whipped peanut butter (5 pts vs. 7 per serving which I believe is 2 TB) - spreads nicely. And Ole wellness tortillas - there are a few varieties but one (multigrain I think) has about 80 cal and is 1 pt! Of course, now I can't find them in Shaws anymore!

on March 30, 2016

Waffledilla! Very clever...I'm thinking smashed black beans [or leftover chicken], tbsp salsa, sprinkle grated cheddar. Esp like the fact that no spray oil needed...less clean-up. Thank you for another fun and useful invention, Lisa!

on March 30, 2016

It used to be that waffle irons had reversible plates, waffle iron on one side and griddle on the other - perfect for grilled cheese and the wonderful toasted things being described here. My grandson loves PB, honey and banana sandwiches - now I've got a new twist on that! Thanks Lisa. Keep waffle-ing away, you're coming up with some fun stuff!

on March 30, 2016

Dear Lisa!
Love your sense of humor! ♥️
Always fun to see your posts and read your ideas~
Thank you for your hard work~
Nancy in St. Louis

on March 30, 2016

This looks awesome. Think I may try this on a flatout bread and some PB2 mixed up.

on March 30, 2016

This looks yummy and I love bananas and peanut butter!! Thanks for all these neat ideas for my very lonely waffle maker(s)!!

on March 31, 2016

Tried it this morning but I decided to use Nutella instead. Mmmm! Warm Nutella is soooo good.

on March 31, 2016

I'm thinking of sprinkling a few mini chocolate chips in there also. Love the idea of using tortillas.

on July 15, 2016


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