37 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 20
  • 4 Rating Star 13
  • 2 Rating Star 2
  • 3 Rating Star 2

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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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat a lightly greased waffle iron.

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  • In a medium bowl, sift together flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt.

  • In a separate medium bowl, mix egg yolk, sour cream, coconut milk, pineapple and butter. Thoroughly mix in the flour mixture. Gently fold in egg whites.

  • Pour the mixture into the prepared waffle iron, and cook until golden brown.

Nutrition Facts

463.47 calories; 8.93 g protein; 38.8 g carbohydrates; 30.98 g fat; 114.67 mg cholesterol; 378.98 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

06/04/2004
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!!
(10)

Most helpful critical review

07/14/2003
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.
(9)
37 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 20
  • 4 Rating Star 13
  • 2 Rating Star 2
  • 3 Rating Star 2
07/29/2007
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!
(15)
06/04/2004
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!!
(10)
07/14/2003
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.
(9)
03/17/2004
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.
(6)
02/02/2011
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.
(5)
07/14/2003
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!
(5)
04/18/2003
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!
(5)
05/29/2005
I used canned crushed pineapple instead of fresh pineapple and it worked great!
(4)
04/14/2007
This recipe was disappointing. With all the fat in the ingredients I was expecting a butt kicking irresistable good waffle and it was alright. Next time I will go with Mom's Waffles and cut the fat by just adding some crushed pineapple and coconut extract.
(3)