• Makes 3
  • 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 6 Ingredients


Ingredients (makes 3 Portions)

  • 6 slices of white or wholemeal bread
  • 2 tbsp Nutella
  • 2 tbsp Cashew butter
  • 2 tbsp honey
  • 3 bananas (use more or less as desired)
  • Spreadable butter


  1. Preheat a Jaffle maker. Spread one side of the 6 slices of bread with butter. Spread the other side of each slice with Nutella, Cashew butter and honey respectively.
  2. Place 2 slices of bread, butter-side down, in the maker. Add in the banana. Top with remaining bread, butter side-up. Cook for 1-2 minutes or until golden. Set aside to cool. Slightly cut into halves to serve.
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  • Great idea! And here was me just having smashed banana toasties without any of the fancy stuff!


  • Ooh not something I had considered before but I know two males in my house who will love this. I don’t do banana sandwiches, but my hubby and son love banana sandwiches, love jaffles/toasties, so this is perfect.


  • Thata a good idea ive not made many sweet jaffles before thanks!


  • What a great idea – hadn’t thought about bananas in this way. Thanks for sharing.


  • ummmmm never thought about a banana in a toasty!!!
    looks good xo


  • Why have I never thought of banana and nutella in these!


  • I love banana sandwiches and these sound very interesting and tasty


  • This sounds rather yummy, thank you.


  • Love this great combination for the kids. Most kids love Nutella so I think it is a winner.


  • Nope sorry …just can’t come at banana in a jaffle but thanks for sharing.


  • A lovely sweet jaffa, might need to play around with this one but a winner still.


  • Have only ever used savoury fillings for jaffles. Thanks for this.


  • this sounds like a really delicious way to enjoy bananas but i might leave out the honey as it seems like it will be sweet enough with the nutella.

    • cheers for posting delicious recipes! i really like that! thanks


  • An interesting recipe; thanks for sharing!.


  • Sounds pretty good for kids – a nice change for a relatively healthy sweet treat.


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