Gluten-free Blueberry Sweet Potato Waffles

In part 3 of our #LifewayEveryday series, Stacy from All Roads Lead to Healthy shares with us her Gluten-free Blueberry Sweet Potato Waffle recipe. Be sure to head to her website for more tasty recipes and great health tips!

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I first stumbled upon kefir just over a year ago. That’s probably a bit embarrassing to admit, but I honestly had no idea what it was. I pretty much just thought it was yogurt that was a little less thick and a little more liquid-y. The general consistency isn’t that far off, but kefir itself is SO much more than that! It is packed with probiotics which are great for gut health and immunity. You may have heard these terms a lot recently, but that is because they are truly so important. Gut health is everything! It literally affects your entire body and is so important when it comes to digestion. Beyond the probiotic aspect, kefir is also high in protein, calcium, and vitamin D just to name a few.

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I was recently introduced to Lifeway Kefir, a brand of a variety of different, delicious kefir, cheeses, and other probiotic products. They have everything from flavored kefir to frozen (dessert-like) kefir to supplements and obviously your standard, plain kefir which I just love! With all of these options, I knew that I needed to have some fun playing around in the kitchen.

I’m starting it off with a sweet potato and blueberry gluten free waffle using Lifeway’s blueberry kefir. I know the combo might sound a little weird, but it is SO good! Seriously, you can’t knock it until you try it. And the flavor of this kefir is so delicious, you’ll never know that there aren’t actual blueberries in it.

Follow Stacy on Instagram and check out her website here. Our #LifewayEveryday series features every day kefir drinkers and how they incorporate Lifeway into their daily life!


  • ½ cup Lifeway Blueberry Low Fat Kefir
  • ½ large or 1 small sweet potato
  • ¼ cup water
  • ¼ cup quinoa flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 egg


  1. Cook your sweet potato until it softens by either roasting it in the oven or microwaving it. I generally poke holes in it with a fork and microwave for about 2-3 minutes per side.
  2. Remove the skin, and place the softened sweet potato in a mixing bowl. Mash the sweet potato with a fork until smooth.
  3. Add in the remaining ingredients and mix together thoroughly until ingredients are evenly distributed.
  4. Preheat and spray your waffle maker. Add in the mixture, and cook according to your waffle maker’s instructions.
  5. Remove from the waffle maker, serve, and enjoy!


  • Stacy topped her waffles with chopped walnuts, “for a little crunch,” and a drizzle of maple syrup.