Are you looking for any breakfast ideas that are full of Christmas flavour, feels indulgent but isn’t? Look no further because with today’s recipe, I’ve got you covered. It’s not just one of the five-a-day servings, but it’s still refined sugar-free.
I’ve fallen in love with waffles as a newcomer to the field of waffle baking! They’re simple to prepare and make the ideal leisurely meal, much like pancakes. It was no surprise that I became a waffle junkie in a moment, with their toasted golden exterior and soft and fluffy inside. There are so many different variants that you can produce, as I quickly learned, and this recipe is full of cinnamon spice that makes them the ideal festive breakfast.
Today, though I enjoy sheer indulgence, I still enjoy consuming my vegetables and feel fulfilled feeling that I have met or exceeded my 5-a-day limit. The moisture from the sweet potato in the batter makes the baked waffles appear light and fluffy. When it comes to cooking, I like to feel like I’m having more value for my buck, and incorporating veggies into sweet treats to make them nutritious is always a winner!
I like to overuse cinnamon at this time of year because it’s one of those spices that goes with anything, sweet and savoury. Porridge, smoothies, lamb tagine, crumbles, cookies, and chopped apple December is the month that I need to buy cinnamon farm shares. Even, if I didn’t have a bottle of maple syrup in the cupboard, it wouldn’t be the same. The flavours of cinnamon and maple syrup go along very well, but feel free to experiment with other flavours; the options are infinite.
WHICH WAFFLE RECIPE IS YOUR FAVORITE? ON CHRISTMAS MORNING, WHAT Would YOU BE TUCKING IN FOR BREAKFAST?
Cinnamon Maple Sweet Potato WafflesCourse: Uncategorized
Warm festive spiced waffles with sweet potato – the ultimate nutritious holiday breakfast treat!
1 cup of mashed sweet potato
1/4 cup wholegrain spelt flour
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp baking powder
2 tbps maple syrup
- Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for setting up your waffle maker (I generally use the classic waffle setting).
- In a mixing cup, combine all of the dry ingredients, then beat in the maple syrup and eggs until creamy.
- When the batter is ready, spill it into the waffle maker and cook it.
- Enjoy with your favourite toppings, plus a drizzle of maple syrup.