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I made a double batch so that some could be frozen. When I saw how much batter I had, I opted to make them with a 1/4 cup. They turned out excellent.

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Delenn September 10, 2012

Mmmmmm. I used a whole teaspoon of cinnamon and added a bit of nutmeg and vanilla extract as well. I also needed to use additional milk to thin the batter a bit, but I used whole wheat flour, so that may be why. These are fantastic. I always make homemade cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning, but these would be a great Christmas or Thanksgiving morning meal. 11/27/10--A year later, and I'm still making these! As another reviewer mentioned, this is a great way to use up those leftover sweet potatoes from Thanksgiving! The kids didn't care for the Thanksgiving sweet potatoes, but they gobble these pancakes right up! :)

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Heaven's Kitchen November 27, 2010

GRREAT! I found this after trying to figure out what to do with leftover sweet potatoes after Thanksgiving. I have made it 5x since then- with a few changes. I use 1/2 c of brwn sugar, nutmeg and cloves- if you have allspice, use that. I found a recipe somewhere online to make crispier waffles- save the egg whites to fold in after you mix the dry and wet. ALthough I would add honey or maple syrup next time so it is a true walk about waffle without the need for syrup. Loved it- just a Hunt remix.

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Chef S&DHunt December 25, 2009
Sweet Potato Pancakes