Sugar Free Sweet Potato and Apple Pancakes – a Baby Finger Food with the Flavours of Fall

Posted on Sep 15 2011 - 12:40pm by Christine

Sweet potato and apple pancakesSweet potato… apple… warm hints of nutmeg and cinnamon… without a doubt, this is a fab fall recipe and just perfect for babies who are happy feeding themselves!

One of the best things about these pancakes is the fact that they are sugar free. A little sweetness is provided by the apple and sweet potato and – as we mention on the recipe page – serving the pancakes with a pureed banana dip makes them sweeter still!

What’s more, they combine the goodness of wheat germ, rolled oats and whole wheat flour – a mixture of healthy whole grains that your baby will find delicious and that are good for him too!

You can find our new recipe for Sweet Potato and Apple pancakes here – and please do leave your comments either here or on the recipe page itself to let us know how much your little one enjoyed them.

Pin It
Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Share

2 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Cecilia W July 14, 2012 at 6:40 pm -

    These pancakes were one of the first recipes that I tried from this website and it was love at first bite! Both my little girl and I love the mildly spicy cinnamon flavour and the sweet apple pieces. I often bring them when I need a snack to feed her while we are out as I can just tear little pieces off and hand to her; no need to stop and sit down as with e.g. a pot of yoghurt. And the fact that they contain so many healthy ingredients is a real bonus :)! I make them really quite small – only about 5 cm diameter – as I like them ‘baby sized’ and they then also fit into my smallest food containers, which makes them easy to feed to my daughter on the go. We have also tried the banana pancakes and they were tasty too but these are our absolute favourites!

  2. Homemade Baby Food Recipes July 15, 2012 at 11:44 am -

     @Cecilia W Thank you so much for your feedback Cecilia. We’re thrilled these have been such a hit with you and your daughter 🙂

Leave A Response