Recipe

Kirbee’s Sweet Potato & Cream Waffle

0fedbc0bb85cfb12a16e276491829fcbAuthorBLACK FOODIEYields2 ServingsCategory
Total Time35 mins

For the Sweet Potato edition of the BLACK FOODIE Battle, Kirbee whipped up a Sweet Potato Waffle that tastes just as amazing as it looks. Try her winning recipe for brunch this week!

Ingredients

Directions

1

Wash, peel, and boil the sweet potatos whole until soft and fully cooked.

While the sweet potatoes are boiling, heat up your waffle iron.

2

Sift all of your dry ingredients (except the cinnamon!) twice.

3

Once the sweet potatoes have boiled, add them into a standmixer with the 1/2 cup of sugar and mix until combined on medium speed.

Then add in your eggs (cracked separately), vegetable oil, and cinnamon while the mixer is going on medium speed.

4

Turn your standmixer to low and pour your dry ingredients into the bowl.

Once combined, add in the whipping cream and mix until no streaks remain.

5

Grease waffle iron and cook waffles to your preferred texture, being careful not to overfill the iron.

Top with cinnamon, powdered sugar and vanilla whipping cream.

Enjoy!

Ingredients

Directions

1

Wash, peel, and boil the sweet potatos whole until soft and fully cooked.

While the sweet potatoes are boiling, heat up your waffle iron.

2

Sift all of your dry ingredients (except the cinnamon!) twice.

3

Once the sweet potatoes have boiled, add them into a standmixer with the 1/2 cup of sugar and mix until combined on medium speed.

Then add in your eggs (cracked separately), vegetable oil, and cinnamon while the mixer is going on medium speed.

4

Turn your standmixer to low and pour your dry ingredients into the bowl.

Once combined, add in the whipping cream and mix until no streaks remain.

5

Grease waffle iron and cook waffles to your preferred texture, being careful not to overfill the iron.

Top with cinnamon, powdered sugar and vanilla whipping cream.

Enjoy!

Kirbee’s Sweet Potato & Cream Waffle

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