11 March 2016

Sweet potato Pancakes

When I get the chance I like to try new things, especially since I have been traning for the Marathon fixing my diet has been a really important part for me. I decided to try making myself some sweet potato being super versatile and probably one of my favorite veggies. 

This recipe will make 12 pancakes I decided to make larger pancakes and save them for the next days breakfast. 

1 sweet potato 
200ml Hazelnut milk
200g plain flour 
2 Table spoons Raw Honey 
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 
coconut oil for greasing.

Peel and chop the sweet potato into small pieces.

Steam or boil the sweet potato pieces for around 10 minutes until they're soft. 

Add the Hazelnut milk, flour, honey and cinnamon into a blender, I used a hand blender until the mixture is smooth. 

Grease your non stick saucepan with some coconut oil allow to get very hot and then place two table spoons worth of batter into the saucepan, I used a ladles worth to make large pancakes.
Allow the pancake to cook for around 2 minutes before flipping it over. Flip over the pancake and cook till both sides are golden.


I added coconut soya yogurt with blueberries, goji berries, banana, almonds and pumpkin seeds. You can add anything you like on top of the pancakes.


  1. These look & sound so yummy! Thank you for sharing the recipe :) x

    Sara / AboutLittleThiings

  2. These sound so good! I don't know why I'd never thought about doing this before! Thank you for the great recipe to try!xo

  3. oh my god! these are a necessity!

    Ruby x


  4. Yum! I've recently got into sweet potato and these look delicious x


  5. Wow - creative recipe, sounds delicious :)

    Hannah | Oh January

  6. This sounds so good! I love sweet potato! Also where is your BEAUT mug from?

    Carolanne | http://www.aliterarycocktail.com


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