Sweet Potato Paleo Waffles


Sweet Potato Paleo Waffles

Sweet potato waffles made with two ingredients and ready in just five minutes! These sweet potato waffles are better than Eggos and can be made ahead and frozen for quick meal prep. Best paleo waffles for healthy eaters. Easy gluten free waffles for everyone!

Sweet potato waffles made with two ingredients and ready in just five minutes! These sweet potato waffles are better than Eggos and can be made ahead and frozen for quick meal prep. Best paleo waffles for healthy eaters. Easy gluten free waffles for everyone!

Uh, okay… hold on a sec.

Did we really just say two ingredient sweet potatoes waffles??

Yes.

Yes, we did.

And they are SO SO good with crispy edges and truck loads of flavor.

I’m talking better than Eggo or regular waffle good.

Because, they are super quick and easy to make; literally, all you have to do is prep these and toss them in the freezer and you have breakfast all week long. πŸ™‚

I love cooking with fresh ingredients and usually I like making something with vegetables when I first wake up.

This recipe is so rad, because I can jump out of bed and have waffles and still feel good about the ingredients I am putting in my body.

Yahooo!

Sweet potato waffles made with two ingredients and ready in just five minutes! These sweet potato waffles are better than Eggos and can be made ahead and frozen for quick meal prep. Best paleo waffles for healthy eaters. Easy gluten free waffles for everyone!

Now, you can feel free to top these waffles with any of your favorites, but this morning I was feeling the salad vibes.

I got my tahini drizzle going and loaded up the sides with arugula, blueberries, and chia seeds.

It was unexpectedly fresh, delicious, and comes highly recommended!

Sweet potato waffles made with two ingredients and ready in just five minutes! These sweet potato waffles are better than Eggos and can be made ahead and frozen for quick meal prep. Best paleo waffles for healthy eaters. Easy gluten free waffles for everyone!
sweet potato waffle makings

I was so stoked when the mail came yesterday, because I have been waiting to get my hands on this mini waffle iron that is just so so cute and pumps out the prettiest waffles ever.

Like ever.

A friend on social media had shared some waffles and I just had to buy myself one of those cute $10 waffle irons.

It’s pocket size, dorm room size, and all around perfect.

And no, this is not a sponsored rave- I just really like waffles. πŸ™‚

Sweet potato waffles made with two ingredients and ready in just five minutes! These sweet potato waffles are better than Eggos and can be made ahead and frozen for quick meal prep. Best paleo waffles for healthy eaters. Easy gluten free waffles for everyone!
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Sweet Potato Paleo Waffles
Sweet potato waffles made with two ingredients and ready in just five minutes! These sweet potato waffles are better than Eggos and can be made ahead and frozen for quick meal prep. Best paleo waffles for healthy eaters. Easy gluten free waffles for everyone!
Ingredients
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
waffles
Course Main Dish
Votes: 64
Rating: 3.34
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
waffles
Course Main Dish
Votes: 64
Rating: 3.34
You:
Rate this recipe!
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a bowl whisk together grated sweet potato, eggs, and salt (optional).
  2. Heat waffle iron, then drizzle with olive oil to keep waffles from sticking. See recipe notes for the waffle iron I use. Cook waffles until golden and crispy (about 5 minutes or more) then serve with your favorite toppings- savory or sweet!
Nutrition Facts
Sweet Potato Paleo Waffles
Amount Per Serving
Calories 158 Calories from Fat 18
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 2g 3%
Saturated Fat 0.5g 3%
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.2g
Monounsaturated Fat 1g
Cholesterol 62mg 21%
Sodium 188mg 8%
Potassium 551mg 16%
Total Carbohydrates 32g 11%
Dietary Fiber 5g 20%
Sugars 7g
Protein 4g 8%
Vitamin A 449%
Vitamin C 6%
Calcium 6%
Iron 6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Sweet potato waffles made with two ingredients and ready in just five minutes! These sweet potato waffles are better than Eggos and can be made ahead and frozen for quick meal prep. Best paleo waffles for healthy eaters. Easy gluten free waffles for everyone!

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  1. 3
    Anna

    Hey Kaylie, how do you think this recipe would work if you made pancakes with the batter rather than waffles? Our waffle maker isn’t functioning properly

  2. 9
    Julie

    Hi Kaylie,
    I’m a Mom to a college junior trying to get him to eat a healthy breakfast🀞🏼- He loves waffles… so it looks like you did not peel the sweet potato…I’m thinking that would be kinda tough tasting… your thoughts?

  3. 15
    Helen

    Kaylie, have u ever tried making these with Hannah Yams(?) They are a member of the sweet potato family but are off- white flesh and tan skins and cook quick, like the orange sweet potatoes.

  4. 21
    Anna Hoover

    You can put them in the freezer, and then can you just put them in the toaster like a normal frozen waffle? Does that leave the inside still slightly frozen?

  5. 27
    Kelsey

    Hi! Would this recipe work with regular potatoes? I was thinking of also shredding onion and adding it to the mix. Do you think it’d cook the same? Your recipes are AMAZING! πŸ™ŒπŸ» Thank you!

  6. 29
    Alee

    The pancakes didn’t really work out for me πŸ™ they never got crispy enough and tasted a bit eggy. I’ll have to try with a waffle machine. I’m sure the extra surface area makes a big difference in terms of crispiness. Will report back when I try the waffles!

  7. 32
    Madison

    Hey there Kaylie! Do you pop the sweet potatoes in the oven for a bit before grating or can you just rinse them and go?

  8. 34
    Gabriella Sofia

    Hi Kaylie! This is our second and another failed attempt at making the sweet potato waffles. :/ First time we used a regular sized waffle iron…way too big and the sweet potato wasn’t cooking all the way through (in the middle). Second time around we picked up the waffle iron you recommended and we still had the same problem…approximately how long do you cook the waffles for? And it looks like (after watching your video) our sweet potatoes aren’t holding together in a ball before we put them into the waffle iron. We thought our ratio was correct, but not getting great results. Any advice?

  9. 39
    Ali

    Hi I tried this recipe and all I could taste was the egg and I followed the recipe is their anything you can suggest shall I add or reduce it? I really want to try it again and get it right.

    Ali

  10. 43
    Julie

    Kaylie, I find these taste very eggy so upped the amount of potato and added some nutmeg, but still very eggy…any suggestions? Thank you πŸ™‚

  11. 47
    Kelly

    Do you think it would be possible to do this just egg yolks? I’m doing the Autoimmune Protocol Diet and right now I’ve only reintroduced the yolks so far successfully, and would LOVEEEE to make this recipe! πŸ˜€

  12. 51
    Shannon

    I was excited to see these waffles, they looked really tasty and crispy in the pictures. However, after purchasing the mini waffle iron from the link on Amazon and making the recipe exactly as stated I disagree that the edges get crispy at all. I left each one in the mini maker for 5-7 minutes and while they did develop a golden color they didn’t get crispy by any means. I had to put them into the air fryer to get them crispy-ish. A little disappointed but still used them as buns. Also adore the little waffle maker it doesn’t take up much room and is a great little addition to my kitchen.

  13. 56
    Luke Jones

    I just tried making these and it was a complete disaster. I think I put way to much sweet potato mixture in waffle maker. Maybe if you try to make a very very thin waffle it would work better idk. Now excuse me while I go try to get pieces of grated sweet potatoes off anything within three feet of my grater lol

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