Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Sweet Potato Waffles


Yes, this waffle thing is still going on here.

I am putting everything and anything in the waffle maker.

This is a phase, so please indulge me.

Here I tried my hand at sweet potato waffles.
Not hash browns, but more of a traditional waffle that puffs up and you can eat w/ maple syrup.

I shredded the sweets, like I would for potato pancakes. A bit of a challenge getting them to look nice, but they turned out delicious.

The next time I have a leftover cooked sweet potato, I will try it mashed instead of the shredding.
Either or, I loved the taste.


Sweet Potato Waffles: makes 4

1 large sweet potato, peeled and grated (or a leftover cooked sweet potato, mashed)
2 scallions (green onion), chopped
3/4 cup flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 egg
3 tbsp melted butter
1/2 cup of milk
inch of salt & pepper

Add all ingredients to the grated sweet potatoes in a bowl.

Preheat and spray the waffle iron liberally w/ non-stick cooking spray.

Spread the batter evenly onto the waffle press and close the lid.


Cook about 7-10 minutes (these take a bit longer than the usual waffles).

They may not be perfect squares, but they taste delicious!


3 comments:

Debby Foodiewife said...

LOL! I'm so far behind in catching up on blogs. You're on a waffle iron kick? Me too! Omelets are fun to make, this way, I discovered. I love me some sweet potato, so thanks for the inspiration.

Bebe said...

Boy, have I been repressed. Just using Krusteaz’s very good Belgian Waffle Mix. Full Stop. Did see an interesting thing last November about leftover stuffing as waffles, but, ever gutless, I didn’t try it. Now I’m wondering what I’ve been missing!

Thank you, Stacey, for boldly leading us into new territory!

Stacey Snacks said...

Bebe
Stuffing waffles? I'm in!
Thanks for the great idea!

Stacey