Sweet Potato Pancakes
NS 12/357/2016 12/23/2016
Made these today for toddler grandson, daughter & son-in-law. Substituted coconut oil for 3 of 4 Tbs oil, used 1 Tbs of butter, and subbed lite coconut milk.Sprinkled nutritional yeast over them as they came off the griddle. My 30 month old grandson ate his with chicken at first and for seconds, he opted for no sugar strawberry jam. I found them great myself. No sogginess, though I will say that the daughter's gas stovetop can get overly hot in areas after a few minutes. I found the key is to watch for the bubble popping and keeping the flame adjusted in par with the suggested timing. These will be keepers. Healthy, gluten-free and Yummy!
Russ 12/351/2016 12/17/2016
Amazing with coconut oil and coconut milk substitutions for butter and milk!
cass 10/303/2015 10/31/2015
I followed the recipe and they turned out good.
Sheila H 02/45/2015 02/15/2015
I found this recipe to turn out a pasty gummy pancake. They were cooked to a golden brown on each side but had an uncooked not sweet potato flavored mushy inside. I thought ok maybe it would work better in the waffle iron. Still the same result. I even used eggs instead of the alternative. We threw them away (and we eat everything). Yet another GF disaster. We do love your scones, that's what made this so disappointing for us.
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