Granola Chocolate Chip Bananas Foster #EggoWaffleOff

I was selected by Kellogg as a Chief Waffle Officer to promote
The Great Eggo Waffle Off Contest
Please know that what I have shared is in all honesty 100% my opinion.

I couldn’t resist sharing one of my boys favorite breakfast toppings.  They love this buttery caramel banana filled topping on french toast, pancakes, and Eggo Waffles!  Saturday morning is a big breakfast morning for my family.  If we don’t have any sporting events to rush off to I always make a breakfast spread, and this easy topping makes breakfast extra special!

 

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Banana Foster Topping is quick and easy!  Give it a try your kiddos will go gah-gah for it….especially if you drizzle it over Eggo’s Granola Chocolate Chip Waffles!

 

In a skillet melt butter, and brown sugar together.  Whisk until smooth and let bubble for 1 minute, whisk in half and half, vanilla, and salt.  Continue cook at a low-boil for 1 more minute.

 

Slice 3-4 bananas.

Toss bananas in the hot caramel and continue to cook for another 30 seconds, carefully folding bananas in to the caramel.

Voila!!! That’s it, in 5 minutes you’ve got yourself an amazing and versatile topping for your Eggo waffles!!

 

 

 

Here’s a twist on dessert!! Granola Chocolate Chip Waffle Sundae!  If you want decedent, top a Granola Chocolate Chip Waffles with Breyers Blasts Waffle Cone Ice Cream ladle bananas foster topping on for an out of this world sundae.  

I have had such a great time coming up with recipes using Eggo brand waffles this week.  I have to tell you in all honesty my family eaten Eggo waffles by the grocery cart full for years, so when Kellogg asked me to be a Chief Waffle Officer I could hardly believe it!  Every recipe I’ve shared this week is a recipe I can honestly say  I would make my family again and again!  I will never look at Eggo waffles as only for breakfast again.  I can’t wait to share tomorrows recipe with you!  It is surprisingly delicious and until my family was all done I never told them they were actually eating waffles for dinner!  See you tomorrow for the last Eggo waffle recipe of the week.  Guess what cuisine I chose to incorporate waffles in to for my last recipe…Mexican, Asian, Italian, Indian, Creole, Tex-Mex, Swedish…whatchathink?

 

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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Kellogg and The Great Eggo Waffle Off.  All opinions expressed are my own.


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    I love how this can be breakfast or dessert!! We love bananas foster at our house…next time we’re trying it with waffles!!

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