So I’ve been semi-binge watching the latest season of Once Upon a Time on Netflix and please, someone tell me I’m not the only one rooting for Hook and Emma? I mean, Neil’s fine and everything but clearly has some major Daddy issues and, I mean, I’m never a fan of getting back with your ex after it so clearly did not work out the first time. Whatever. What do I know? Obviously nothing about finding a job, or I’d have one of those instead of marrying myself to Netflix.
OK. So these sandwiches are based on a new local favorite of mine. Pearl’s Bakery is not only the bomb-diggity when it comes to cupcakes, but they have killer breakfasts and other munchies. Most notable of late is the sweet potato pancake breakfast sandwich. Since it’s glutinous, I can only admire from afar and attempt to create my own at home.
Something about fragrant Fall spices mixed with runny egg ignites all of my senses at once…it’s kind of crazy. You can definitely add whatever you’d like–it’s killer with some soft white cheese or even a little mayo.
- 2 T coconut flour
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 c mashed sweet potato
- 1/4 t cinnamon
- 1/4 t nutmeg
- pinch ginger
- pinch cloves
- 2 T coconut milk
- 1 egg
- 1 slice Canadian bacon
- For the pancakes:
- Whisk together the coconut flour, 2 eggs, sweet potato, coconut milk, and spices until smooth.
- In a greased skillet over medium heat, make 2 pancakes from this mixture by pouring the batter and allowing it to cook about 3 minutes per side.
- For the sandwiches:
- Fry up your egg and bacon, then sandwich between the pancakes.