Updated: May 20, 2020
Japanese inspired waffle theme part 2.
As a cake craving adult, I have decided to try and create the closest thing to cake, that's not cake. Next up: Sweet potato.
When you stroll around the streets of Tokyo after a couple of hours of arcade gaming, your blood sugar needs stabilizing and luckily you stumble upon the smell of baked sweet potatoes, ready to eat, baked and served in the skin.
I made this for breakfast, however it's greeeeeeat as an afternoon sweet thing.
Sweet potato waffles
Yield: makes 3-4 waffles.
Prep time 5 minutes
Cooking time: 3-4 minutes per waffle
300 g sweet potato (2-3 small ones)
1 tsp fresh ginger finely shredded
1/2 tsp of ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp of ground cardamom
2 tbsp oat flour (blended rolled oats)
1 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. salt
2 tbsp shredded coconut
the inside of the orange
more shredded coconut
whatever you like inside waffles (japanese inspired of course!)
Peel and shred the sweet potato. Add ginger, finely zested orange, egg, spices and oat flour mix well.
Turn on waffle iron, I set it on 5/6 spray with a tiny bit of oil. Sprinkle the waffle iron with coconut and place 1 large spoonful the middle of the waffle iron, close it up and cook for about 3-4 minutes.
Repeat step 4. two - three more times.
Mash or slice the banana (if you want it like a sandwich - then mash it)
Dice the peeled orange.
Serve the warm sweet potato waffle filled with banana, orange and shredded coconut
(or whatever you like)
This weeks first Japanese waffle themed waffle was the Matcha waffle, check it out it's Oishii!
I'm curious to see how you guys are doing on the waffle diet, let me see your creations, tag me on your instagram story @dailystews and I'll give you some emoji love and lots of thumbs up!
Thanks for reading, stay home, wash your hands and make some waffles.
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Take care, lot's of love