Monday, September 21, 2009

Sweet Potato Pancakes

Wondering what to do with your newly-brewed batch of sweet potato butter?

Make sweet potato pancakes, of course!

Sweet Potato Pancakes

1 1/2 c Bisquick
1/2 t cinnamon
pinch of nutmeg
1 egg
3/4 - 1 c buttermilk (You may need a few Tblspns more of this-and I'm not so sure this ingredient was really necessary. It was a thick batter. I wonder how it works out with water in place of buttermilk.)
1/4 t vanilla

Mix it all up, pour onto a griddle in the shape of Mickey Mouse, or Sirius Black, or the shape of your hand. These pancakes take longer to cook than your usual pancake. I guess that's from the fiber (?) of the sweet potatoes. Don't eat too many--they're delicious, but rich. Your bowels will thank me later.

You're welcome.

I found that I almost didn't need syrup for this. The first time I had sweet potato pancakes, there was a luscious coating of what I'm guessing were lingonberries on top, which worked nicely with the pancakes. Then again, motor oil would probably work nicely with these bad boys.

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