This sweet potato pie is made very creamy with evaporated milk and gets a bit of a kick with rum. Along with sugar, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, eggs and butter, all the ingredients are put into a food processor and blended until very smooth. Then the filling goes into a pie crust and bakes for less than an hour.
Once you taste this, you won’t ever go back to the marshmallow-topped variety! I have peeled and cooked in the microwave, and also boiled the sweet potatoes. They taste the same no matter how you cook them. So, use the technique that works best for you!
Oranges are hollowed out and filled with mashed sweet potatoes, orange juice, eggs, vanilla extract and butter. A sweet, buttery pecan topping is spooned on top, and the oranges are baked. This is a sweet treat that’s impressive and tasty.
This nutritious soup of chorizo, kale, and sweet potatoes takes inspiration from the flavors of Spain. Garnish with store-bought (or homemade) harissa to add heat.
In this casserole, sweet potatoes are mashed with sugar, eggs, milk, butter and vanilla and baked with a crumble topping made with brown sugar and pecans.
A delicious alternative to candied sweet potatoes.
This versatile dough makes wonderful soft, sweet dinner rolls, but can also be used for cinnamon rolls.
This chili recipe for the slow cooker makes a slightly-sweet and mild dish that can easily be adjusted for your personal tastes.
Brussels sprouts are pan-fried in seasoned butter flavored with brown sugar, curry, and jerk seasoning in this Caribbean-inspired take on a favorite winter vegetable.
This is a favorite of ours for many years because it is different from the many mashed sweet potatoes recipes. Originally submitted to ThanksgivingRecipe.com.