These sweet potato waffles are hearty, filling, and so easy to make! With just a few simple ingredients and steps, these waffles are super customizable with a variety of toppings. Paleo, too!
- Sweet potatoes – Raw, then grated and drained.
- Cooking spray or olive oil
How To Make Them
Peel and grate the sweet potatoes.
Use a cheesecloth and drain the excess water very, very well. Add the eggs and salt and mix them well with the fork.
Use the batter amount for your size waffle maker (see the top tips). Spray the waffle maker well with the cook spray or grease with the olive oil.
Pour the batter in the waffle maker and close. Each waffle takes about 5 minutes to cook through.
- For a mini waffle maker, use about 1/3 cup of batter. For a full-sized waffle maker, use about 1 cup.
- Make sure to drain the sweet potatoes extremely well. Any water will make the texture of the waffles way too mushy.
- These waffles are great sweet or savory. For sweet, you can top with butter and syrup or add a dash of cinnamon to the batter. For a more savory waffle, try a dollop of sour cream.
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Sweet Potato Waffles
- Waffle maker
- 4 cups sweet potato raw, about 2-3 sweet potatoes
- 3 eggs
- salt to taste
- spray cooking oil or olive oil
- Peel and grate sweet potatoes.
- Use a cheesecloth and drain the excess water VERY well. Add egg and salt, mix well with the fork.
- Spray waffle maker with cooking oil or grease with olive oil. Pour the batter into the waffle maker. (See Notes for amount.) Each waffle will take about 5 minutes to cook through.
- Batter amount: For a mini waffle maker, use about 1/3 cup of batter. For a full-sized waffle maker, use about 1 cup.
- Draining notes: Make sure to drain the sweet potatoes EXTREMELY well or the texture of the batter will be too soft.
- Topping suggestions: For sweet, you can top with butter and syrup or add a dash of cinnamon to the batter. For a more savory waffle, try a dollop of sour cream.