Sweet Potato Pancakes
(6 servings) Printable Version
Allow potatoes to cool to room temperature before making batter.
In a large miking bowl, sift together the flour, baking powder, salt and nutmeg.
In a seperate bowl, combine milk, potatoes, eggs and butter.
Combine the two mixtures until dry ingredients are just moistened.
Allow batter to set, while you heat a griddle or skillet to medium-high heat and lightly grease with butter.
Drop batter by heaping Tablespoons onto griddle or skillet and fry, turning once, until browned on both sides.
Great with maple syrup and butter. Or try it with "sweetened sour cream" - mix 1/2 cup of sour cream with a Tablespoon of brown sugar.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank KennyRogers for this recipe.
Recipe number 1381. Submitted 10/28/2004.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Sweet Potato Pancakes?
From J. Lundgren (Team Breakfast Member)
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 12 votes.
These were fantastic! Well worth the two day effort to make the mashed sweet potatoes. We had them for Swedish Thanskgiving breakfast with turkey bacon, maple syrup and lingonberry jam (like cranberry). Excellent! Will definitely do again.
Comment submitted: 10/13/2012 (#14608)
Best pancakes I've ever made and close to the best ones I've ever eaten! Thanks. The texture was moist. The flavor was great. I added just a little vanilla.
Comment submitted: 10/30/2011 (#13097)
From Fitange (Team Breakfast Member)
These are absolutely amazing. Instead of butter I used apple sauce to cut calories and they tasted great. Also add some pecans for the crunch and good fats. Yum.
Comment submitted: 2/17/2011 (#12143)
I absolutely loved this!! deff recommend
Comment submitted: 10/17/2010 (#11405)
From Shannon Henery (Team Breakfast Member)
This is a great sweet potato pancake recipe. They cook up light, fluffy, moist, and flavorful.
Comment submitted: 3/13/2010 (#10049)
Not sure about these pancakes. I couldn't get them to cook to anything but a gooey mess. No fluff, just cakey gooeyness. Maybe that is how they are supposed to be, let me know what the consistency is supposed to be for future reference. The flavor was great, just a bad texture.
Comment submitted: 11/28/2009 (#9117)
I made this with leftover candied sweet potatoes. Tasted yummy! I like them with applesauce instead of syrup. Definitely better than plain old dry pancakes.
Comment submitted: 12/10/2008 (#7070)
Awesome. I go to mr breakfast every time I want to make these pancakes.
Comment submitted: 9/1/2008 (#6363)
From Mamma B.
I pushed my friend until she gave me this recipe. It has been my biggest pregnancy craving. The taste far outweighs the spelling mistakes.
Comment submitted: 5/4/2008 (#5187)
lyynial, you get 10 pt off for your two mistakes as well as 10 min. in the corner for tattle telling.
Comment submitted: 3/9/2008 (#4792)
From Oregon Rain
Absolutely fantastic!!! Easy and yummy, served with maple syrup and applesauce too.
Comment submitted: 1/4/2008 (#4313)
From lynnial (Team Breakfast Member)
Is miss pencilpoin so anal an errogant that she has to correct the spelling?????
Comment submitted: 9/1/2007 (#3485)
From techgurl2k1 (Team Breakfast Member)
OMG... these were totally awesome! I had a ton of sweets from the farm and was looking for recipes. This is one I will save and make again for sure. Thanks!!
Comment submitted: 8/5/2007 (#3323)
From Miss PencilPoin
The recipe looks good, but "separate" is spelled wrong. FYI.
Comment submitted: 6/12/2007 (#3006)
I didn't have it online recipe but the store bought ones,they were delicious!
Comment submitted: 5/28/2007 (#2534)
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