2-Ingredient Paleo Waffles

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We have been exploring different breakfast options the past couple months and have found some great options! I recently shared our 3 Ingredient banana pancake recipe, and now the kids are loving these easy waffles! I was finding that when I had cereal in the house it was all they wanted for breakfast, and I hated watching them fill up on pure processed food before heading out the door for school. I would always buy organic, low in sugar, gluten free cereal, but I knew we could do better! Without cereal in the house we eat a variety of things for breakfast including: eggs, sausage, smoothies, organic overnight oats, chia seed pudding, coconut yogurt, avocado toast, and some others. However, the kids have been asking for cereal so I thought it might help to try adding some new things into the mix! I started making a homemade granola cereal, the banana pancakes I mentioned above, and recently these waffles.

When Piper saw me mixing up a bowl of grated sweet potato in the kitchen after I had just said I was making waffles she was not too happy! But guess what??? She ended up LOVING them! We served them with a drizzle of honey, a little cinnamon, and fresh berries on top. These would also be delicious with an egg served over top. You could switch it up savory or sweet!


  • 6 cups sweet potato, grated

  • 4 eggs, beaten

  • pinch of salt

  • coconut oil for greasing waffle iron

Combine the grated sweet potato and eggs in a large bowl. Stir in a pinch of salt. Scoop into heated waffle iron, making sure to spread the mixture evenly before closing waffle iron. Cook until golden brown. Serve with your favorite toppings. You can eat these while warm, or let them cool and freeze for later!

A cast iron waffle iron is the best and safest way to make your waffles and avoid chemicals from a non-stick pan. You can find one HERE.