Every once in awhile, I get an extreme craving for some pancakes. This used to be a near weekly occurrence, but I’ve thankfully gotten it under control. There is an obvious problem with this, though. Normal pancakes are full of simple carbohydrates (read less-than-ideal for fitness gainzzz) and often times even include the dangerous trans fats found in man-made vegetable oils. Thankfully, you can find a whole host of pancake recipes out there that don’t include these unfortunate ingredients. Often times, however, these recipes really miss the mark and just seem to taste like strange protein powder concoctions cooked in a skillet. Also, the banana-egg pancake thing. Listen, those are great, but they don’t taste like pancakes. So just stop trying to tell me that they do. These paleo sweet potato pancakes don’t exactly fit the pancake bill either, to be honest. But they are delicious. They firmly taste like a sweet potato pancake. Because that’s what they are. With it being the unofficial end of summer, and with college football starting, I have zero shame embracing my desire for all things fall tasting, and sweet potatoes fit that bill for me. These paleo sweet potato pancakes are surprisingly light in calories while tasting and feeling heavy. They taste similar to pumpkin pie batter. Not a bad compliment, I have to say.
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