Sweet Potato Coconut Nog Pancakes

Pancakes are great for little kids for many reasons – they’re portable in a hurry (without syrup, of course), they’re great for practicing fork skills, they reheat well and they’re easy to make!

Sweet Potato Coconut Nog Pancakes

This recipe (original was Pumpkin Pancakes) is from a fellow blogger Cooking with Two Vegan Boys, she understands what it’s like to feed little kids!! I’m going to try her Starbucks Pumpkin Scones next!

This is a little more sweetness than I usually serve for breakfast but it was a really nice treat! My toddler loved them plain.

Sweet Potato Coconut Nog Pancakes

1 c soymilk

1 cup So Delicious Coconut Nog

1c sweet potato

2T margarine, melted – I used the new Earth Balance Coconut Spread

2t molasses

2T ground flax

3T sugar – I used turbinado

2c flour – I used whole wheat flour

2t baking powder

1t baking soda

1/4t salt

1t allspice

1t cinnamon

1/2t ginger powder

1/4t nutmeg

1 In a mixing bowl combine the dy ingredients, add the wet ingredients, gently stir to combine.

2. Lightly grease a skillet or griddle, pour 1/3c of batter (or more for larger pancakes) onto the griddle. *NOTE: These pancakes were thick and cake-like! I suggest flipping them a few times, pressing down lightly to smooth them down each time.

3. Cook until golden on both sides.  Serve with warm maple syrup.

Mix dry ingredients

Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients

Gently stir to combine

They're thick so flip them a few times, lightly pat them flat each time


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