Recipe by Lynn Pinkham
"Let your taste buds cave into an exotic Hawaiian brunch. It's a fruity summer experience like you won't believe! Serve with sliced banana and pure maple syrup."
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1 1/4 cups
sifted all-purpose flour
chopped fresh pineapple
unsalted butter, melted
large egg whites, beaten
I took these waffles to a luau we were having, and they were a hit! I made a double batch which made quite a few waffles, and everyone snapped them up until they were gone. After reading some of the other reviews, I made a few changed to the recipe: I only used half of the sour cream, and doubled the coconut milk. This way they weren't sour at all and the coconut taste was great! I also just used canned crushed pineapple and it worked just fine. Thanks for the great recipe!
These were not worth the trouble. The sour cream made them too sour. They were nice and crisp, but I had to use more topping to cover up the sour flavor.
Wonderful change to your breakfast table. I used canned pineapple and my 4 yr old didn't like the "crunchies", so I will puree the pineapple before adding to the batter. I'd like a little more coconut flavor, so I'll add a bit of coconut extract. Be sure to give these a try - YUM!!
My family loved this recipe! They were different and really delicious. We used canned pineapple and that worked just as well. I would definitely suggest trying these if you like the combonation of pineapple and coconut.
Good base waffle recipe. Made just as is and is great. Next time my daughter wants Strawberries instead of Pineapple, think that would taste great as well.
This is a fantastic waffle recipe! Very flavorful and a nice change from the standard stuff. Would be great for a tropical theme breakfast or brunch. Try adding a handful of macadamia nuts to the grid before pouring in the batter. Superb!
These waffles are deliciously different. Just what I was looking for! They were a hit at my family breakfast. If you like pineapple and coconut, they are definately worth a try. Thanks a bunch, Lynn!
I used canned crushed pineapple instead of fresh pineapple and it worked great!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hawaiian Waffles with Pineapple and Coconut
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 279
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