Eat a delicious breakfast and get your daily dose of healthy vegetables too, with this amazing recipe for Paleo Sweet Potato Waffles. They are the best!
I love summer vacations. Mathlete and I got to go to California for a week in July and it was amazing. We were visiting wine country so there was lots of wine tasting and TONS of amazing food. I definitely did not focus on eating paleo at all. I just ate whatever I wanted whenever I wanted.
Of course, my waistline is paying for that now so I am trying to focus on healthier eating. Breakfast is typically my most difficult meal but I have fallen in love with these Paleo Sweet Potato Waffles!
Sweet potatoes are one of those wonderful vegetables that you can use in savory dishes (like these southwestern waffles) or things that you want to be a little sweeter. I love how they work in these super easy waffles.
So I always bake a few sweet potatoes on the weekend so I can have them around for meals throughout the week. It is great to be able to mix up waffles with the puree as I want. Or, just dice them and use them in salads. They really are so versatile.
For these sweet potato waffles paleo, I typically use maple syrup as my topping. Of course, even though they are paleo, Mathlete insists on butter too.
What are some of your favorite breakfast recipes? Have you tried making waffles with sweet potatoes yet?
If you love Paleo Sweet Potato Waffles, you’ll be excited about these paleo breakfast recipes:
Essential Items for this Recipe:
- 1 cup almond flour
- 1 cup sweet potato puree
- 2 Eggs
- 3 Tbsp melted coconut oil
- Pinch of salt
- 1 Tbsp raw honey
- 1 tsp baking soda
Preheat the waffle maker to medium heat.
In a large bowl, combine the the almond flour, mashed sweet potatoes, eggs, honey, baking soda, salt, and coconut oil. Let mix rest for one minute.
Spray waffle make with nonstick spray. Pour mix into preheated waffle maker and cook for 4 minutes or until done. Remove and serve with desired toppings.
I followed this recipe exactly, the waffle did not hold up, tasted gritty and really was not very good at all. I SO wanted it to be amazing but it was not.
Shannah Coe says
I am sorry to hear that your experience wasn’t positive. I will remake these again to see if I can help troubleshoot what might have gone wrong.