Sweet Potato Waffles


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Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Serving Size: 1 waffle

Calories: 205

What a healthy way to start your day with these delicious sweet potato waffles!


12 ounces peeled sweet potato 1 medium egg 2 tablespoons diced onion (optional) 1/8 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon black pepper


Shred the sweet potato. Mix the salt, pepper, onion and egg in with the sweet potato and stir well to combine. Lightly oil the waffle maker with 1 teaspoon of olive oil. Arrange the sweet potato mix onto the waffle maker so the sweet potato mixture covers the entire mold. Close the cover of the machine and allow to cook 10 to 15 minutes. The actual time will depend on the waffle maker. You want the waffle to be a little crispy, and toasted brown when it is done. 3.1http://www.myhealthyeatinghabits.com/2015/11/16/sweet-potato-waffles/ This recipe is copyrighted by MyHealthyEatingHabits.com


Hey, it’s me again. It has been a long time since my last post—too long. Other responsibilities and obligations have kept me from posting, but I’m back now and it’s time to get on to food talk.

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Sweet Potato Hash with Apples and Mint



It’s been a busy day for me getting this post out for Sweet Potato Hash with Apples and Mint. Putting out a post is always a bit time consuming, but today new photo processing software complicated the effort to get it out. I’m working to improve the photos that I put up on the blog, and I think they’ve improved over the last couple of months, but you’ll have to be the judge of that.

Sweet potatoes are a power food, as you probably well know. You may even remember my previous posts for Sweet Potato Curry and Tex-Mex Stuffed Sweetpotatoes. Lately I’ve been liking them even more and more. Not just because they are loaded with vitamin A and C, manganese, potassium, and B vitamins. They taste so good. I like the sweet flavor and the soft tender texture of a cooked sweet potato. As a spud, they’re just as versatile as the white variety. Well, anyway I got in the mood to eat them and had to cook up this dish. You can eat the hash alone, or with chicken or meat. The way I like to eat it best is the same way I like to eat white potato hash, with a fried egg on top. When break into the egg the yolk spills out all over the potatoes, giving them added flavor and creaminess; and maybe I just like to make a good ol’ mess.

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