Sweet Potato Flapjacks

These remind me of Thanksgiving

These remind me of Thanksgiving

No these are not like potato pancakes (latkes) but with sweet potato. Although that is a good idea as well.

These are a great way to use leftover mashed sweet potatoes and add a nice heavy course to breakfast. If you don’t have any leftover mashed sweet potatoes they could be whipped up by roasting the potato until a knife passes through it easily. Then simply skin, mash and mix with some butter and molasses.

Or just wait until you do.

Sweet Potato Pancakes

  • 2 cups unbleached white flour
  • 2 tbsp cinnamon sugar
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 egg
  • 1 1/4 cup buttermilk
  • 1 cup mashed sweet potato
  • 1/2 tsp ground cloves
  • 1/2 tsp mace

In a large bowl mix all dry ingredients. Create a well in the center and crack the egg. Beat well, then add buttermilk and potato. Mix batter. If too thick add more buttermilk. Heat a griddle on the stove and pour 1/2 a cup of batter for each pancake. Cook until browned on both sides just like regular pancakes. Serve hot.

Advertisements

About Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide

This blog attempts to collect some of the things I try to create with food and booze. Sometimes I succeed and sometimes I fail. My hope is to entertain and maybe help people think a little harder about what they decide to eat and drink.
This entry was posted in Breakfast, Food, Recipes, vegetarian and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

28 Responses to Sweet Potato Flapjacks

  1. Kristy says:

    Mmmmm! I’d be the only one to eat these, but I think the effort to cook for myself would be worth it in this case. Delicious!

  2. Super idea! These look so golden and delicious.

  3. They wound lovely.
    🙂 Mandy

  4. Sweet potatoes have never done it for me, but these pancakes do look the business:)

  5. Eva Taylor says:

    Very nice. We always have leftover mashed sweet potatoes, what a great way to use them up. Yum.

  6. windykitchen says:

    What a great idea! I love sweet potatoes; never occurred to me to put them in pancakes. Yum!

  7. Mad Dog says:

    I’m afraid I’m with Roger on sweet potatoes, but your pancakes do look good 🙂

  8. zestybeandog says:

    I love sweet potatoes and these look awesome! I’ll be trying this, as I have a billion sweet potatoes just waiting to be used from our CSA…

  9. I had no idea you could put sweet potatoes in pancakes, but I’ve done pumpkin so that makes perfect sense. I bet they are delicious!

  10. egg me on says:

    Mmmm. Great breakfast! Did you shoot that on your deck? With sunshine?? After the blizzard we got this weekend, I would kill to eat pancakes on a sunny porch.

  11. These sound excellent — and such a pretty color.

  12. ChgoJohn says:

    Never would have thought to use mashed sweet potatoes to make pancakes but now I want to mash some just so that I can make the pancakes.

  13. I like how evenly browned your pancakes are.

  14. nrhatch says:

    Those look great.

  15. wee eats says:

    These look so fluffy and delicious I can’t help myself… I’ve done pumpkin pancakes but am always looking for a new way to use up sweet potatoes!

  16. Pingback: Time to Celebrate Mardi Gras! Pancakes, anyone? | muncho mom

  17. Looks like very tasty breakfast.. The morning sunlight is well placed. Gorgeous!

  18. Stephanie says:

    Sweet potato latkes are wonderful (works best with some white potato in there too, I think)… and sweet potato muffins… and sweet potato soup… ok, enough sweet potato enthusiasm. I’ll have to try a gluten-free version of your pancakes, and perhaps top them with a little maple creme.

  19. petit4chocolatier says:

    I have never eaten sweet potato pancakes. I am definitely going to try this. Looks delicious and perfect!

  20. Sound good! 🙂

  21. So what’s the difference between a pancake and a flapjack…or are they the same thing?

  22. this sounds like the perfect way to make use of a sweet potato!! thanks for the recipe, looks delish 🙂

  23. Pingback: Sunday Suppers: Leftover Magic Part #2 | Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide

  24. Pingback: Sunday Suppers: The Thanksgiving Leftover Edition | Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s