If you have a craving for something — different — and don’t have any desire to work hard, take your basic potato pancake recipe and mess around with it.
I just shredded a couple of peeled sweet potatoes (yams), added an egg, two tablespoons of coconut flour, two tablespoons of coconut oil, a teaspoon of baking powder and baking soda — little pinch of salt… and voila! Pancakes. I add a little brown sugar if we’re having a breakfasty meal and garlic and onion if we’re looking for a more savory dish.
To riff on this one — use a different kind of flour — try a different oil. If you are gluten free — try sorghum or almond flour. Yum! If you aren’t — regular flour or wheat flour is delicious.
When it comes to toppings, I go with whatever I’ve got in the fridge:
– sour cream with a little honey stirred in
– cream cheese
– fig jam
And if you decide to serve this for dinner, you can sauté some kale with garlic and serve it on the side.