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This sweet potato waffles recipe is, hands-down, my new favorite breakfast. I never liked sweet potatoes before I started eating clean, and even after 3 years of eating this way, I was still kinda on the fence.
But this recipe single-handedly tipped me over. It’s official, I’m totally, completely, head-over-heels in love with sweet potatoes. And the best part is there’s no added sugar! Top with a little unsweetened apple sauce to complete the dish. Positively amazing. In fact, I’m lucky there are any photos at all. These disappeared really quickly.
Note: These are admittedly a little complicated to work with on a waffle iron. If you don’t want to mess with it or you don’t have a waffle iron, you can just make little patties and cook them in a skillet. They’ll be more like hash browns that way. I just thought it was fun to do it on a waffle maker.
Leftover Sweet Potato Waffles
If you have leftovers, place them in a food-safe container with an air-tight lid and store in the fridge for up to three days. To reheat, you can microwave these for a few seconds or you can reheat in a lightly oiled skillet.
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Sweet Potato Waffles Recipe
Sweet Potato Waffles
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- waffle maker
- 1 ½ lbs. sweet potatoes (peeled – about 2 large sweet potatoes)
- 3 large whole eggs
- 2 tbsp. coconut oil (in liquid state)
- 1 tsp. ground cinnamon
- ½ tsp. ground nutmeg
- unsweetened apple sauce for topping
- Peel and grate your potatoes.
- Place the potatoes in a layered cheese cloth and wring out any excess liquid.
- Mix all ingredients together in a mixing bowl. Be sure to mix well so everything is well combined or it won’t cook properly on the waffle maker.
- Cook in batches on your waffle maker the same as you would with regular waffles. Keep the waffles on the thinner side or they don’t cook well.
- Remove from waffle maker, top with unsweetened apple sauce and serve.