3 Ingredient Sweet Potato Flatbread

Happy Thursday!

Sweet Potato Flat bread

Today, I want to share my version of Sweet Potato flatbread!

After browsing through flatbread recipes on pinterest, I remembered I had some leftover baked sweet potatoes in the fridge. I immediately thought of a recipe off the top of my head.  So, when I got up yesterday morning to make breakfast, I got started on the flatbread. Its SO easy, which is making me love this stuff even more. I can’t wait to make it for my turkey burgers or deli sandwiches!

Okay, let’s get to this recipe!

Sweet Potato Flat Bread #290909090909

Directions:

  • Preheat oven to 350F
  • Simply beat the eggs with a hand mixer in a large bowl.
  • Add the cup of baked sweet potato (room temp)
  • Mix again
  • Add the coconut flour
  • Mix again
  • OPTIONAL add ins: 1/2 tsp vanilla extract/stevia/cinnamon/baking powder
  • The batter should be a little on the thick side. If it’s still too wet and not holding together, add a little more coconut flour a tablespoon at a time.
  • On a pizza pan, arrange parchment paper on top.
  • Grease the parchment paper (I used 1 tbsp of coconut oil and it melted as soon as I started spreading it in a circle)
  • Spoon the sweet potato mixture onto the greased parchment paper and beginning forming it like you would for a flat pizza crust. (This may take some time)
  • And bake for 25 minutes!

Sweet Potato Flatbread #3

I ended up adding a yogurt/almond butter/stevia mixture on top of my flat bread with some sliced banana!

I hope you can try this out next time you decide to bake some sweet potatoes! It really is delicious! Great for Fall, I must say. I added a little vanilla and cinnamon and it tasted so good! Can’t wait to make more!

Questions:

  • Do you like sweet potatoes?
  • What kind of recipes have you made with sweet potatoes?
  • Favorite fruit for breakfast? (Mine is peach or banana)
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8 thoughts on “3 Ingredient Sweet Potato Flatbread

    • Audrey says:

      25 minutes! Just kinda keep a watch on it. I ended up turning my heat up a little for about 3 more minutes to let it get crispier. my oven is not the most powerful lol

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