Sweet Potato Pancakes (no flour)

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Sweet Potato Pancakes
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Was inspired by a random facebook message to try these tonight and so within 10 minutes, I looked up recipes, chose the easiest one, and varied it slightly to use what I have on hand.

Sweet Potato Pancakes (no flour)

Quick and Easy - 2 Main Ingredients (Sweet Potato & Eggs).. and you have delicious pancakes as a meal or side-dish
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time8 minutes
Total Time15 minutes
Servings: 1
Author: Penny


  • Sweet Potato steamed
  • 2 Eggs
  • Himilayan Salt
  • Spices
  • Chia Seeds optional
  • Coconut Oil or Butter, for frying


  • Steam the Sweet Potato (5 mins or until soft)
  • Blend all ingredients together
  • Fry approx 2 mins each side with coconut oil


For Spices I used cloves, turmeric, cayenne pepper & cinnamon, but you can use variations of spices you have on hand that either go well with pancakes or sweet potato or normal potato.
I added extra salt after cooking because it felt like it needed 'something' extra and I might of been a little too 'light' on the spices because I love the natural taste of sweet potato but next time I'll be a little more heavy-handed on the spices.
Would be delicious with butter or Asian mayonaise
Adapted from Happy Healthy Mama

Sweet Potato Pancakes Ingredients

Blend then Pan-fry with Coconut Oil

Makes Approx 7 Small Pancakes

Sweet Potato Pancakes

Penny... on Health
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One Comment

  1. Laurence says:

    You share interesting things here. I’m going to try this one later this week.

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