These sweet potato pancakes are the perfect healthy treat for a fuelling breakfast or mid morning brunch and, are a great alternative to ordinary breakfast pancakes.
Adding fruits or vegetables to your pancake batter is a great way of adding more vitamins and minerals into your diet. We’ve made these ones with a little sugar, but they taste just as great without!
Ingredients (for 6 small pancakes):
- 2 chopped sweet potatoes
- 250ml of milk
- 100g of flour
- 2 eggs
- 40g of butter
- 10g of sugar
Peel and steam the potatoes until soft, mashing them up in a bowl with the milk.
In another bowl, sift the flour, adding in the eggs and sugar. Then fold the mashed sweet potatoes into the mixture.
Heat up some oil in a frying pan and ladle the mixture into the pan, cooking them until they turn slighty brown in colour.
The healthy bit:
Sweet potatoes are a great source of Iron and Vitamin C and D, great for fighting of colds and boosting your immune system.
The calcium from the milk helps to maintain strength in your teeth, nails and bones.
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