There’s no shortage of Asian cuisine lovers, and who can blame them, Asian cuisine is delectable! Experimenting with this style of food can often create something completely drool-worthy. Such is the concept of Pandan Waffles, for those unfamiliar with the Pandan plant, it is a shrub with edible fruit that is full of fibers. This green, crispy, and tasty delicacy comes from the heart of Vietnam. It has a delicious texture with a sweet, unique flavor often compared to vanilla.

πŸƒ Buy Pandan Extract from The Waffle Wizards ingredients shop

The best way to identify a Pandan Waffle is the beautiful color that it takes on when cooked. The tint of green in Pandan waffles is what sets it apart, children of all ages are fond of this yummy treat!

They are a famous street food in Vietnam and for a good reason, cooked in an iron mold or electric iron. Outside of Vietnam, Pandan Waffles have become a favorite dish. There are people all over the world who are in love with these waffles. Just the sight of these waffles is enough to make you curious and start craving it immediately. Now you can look forward to β€œeating your greens.”

If you are new to the preparation methods of Asian cuisine, you might be curious and be drooling at the same time. Since Pandan Waffles are an exquisite delicacy of Vietnam and loved by many, the Waffle Wizards have taken on the responsibility to teach how to whip up this magic with straightforward and easy steps! Prepare your taste buds for this mind-blowing Pandan Waffle made with minimum effort!


  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/2 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tsp cornstarch
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp cream of tartar
  • 1 egg white
  • 1 cup coconut milk
  • 2 tbsp melted unsalted butter
  • 1/2 tsp pandan extract
Pandan Waffle Recipe

πŸƒ Pandan leaves are also commonly known as Screwpine and Pandanus, and they are the only Pandanus species with fragrant leaves. Pandan is commonly used in Asian dishes like kaya (a coconut custard or jam spread on bread or crackers), and can be used to flavor rice and various desserts. –


1) Preheat your waffle maker

2) Add all of the dry stuff in a bowl and form a well in the center.

3) Combine the wet ingredients (except the egg whites) in a bowl then gently fold it into the dry ingredients until the batter is thick and a little lumpy. No need to over mix the batter!

4) Use an electric mixer to beat the egg whites until stiff peaks form and then fold them into the batter.

5) The batter’s ready to go! Lightly spray your iron with oil, add some batter and allow it to cook.

6) We served our pandan waffles with green tea ice cream and coconut chips.

Note: If you want to double the mix, most cans of coconut milk come in 400ml cans, and a cup is 250ml so you can just easily add a 100ml of water to make the liquid up to 2 cups.

Enjoy! 😊

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