Sweet Potatoes--Five Ways

Sweet Potatoes–Five Ways

Sweet Potatoes are a Fall favorite in our household, so we decided to share five different ways to prepare them. This time of year, I can frequently find fresh sweet potatoes on sale for fifty cents per pound, so they’re a frugal choice as a side dish. These five recipes for sweet potatoes aren’t arranged in any particular order; they’re all delicious.

Selecting a sweet potato in the grocery store for Sweet Potato Casserole

Pineapple Sweet Potatoes

Pineapple Sweet Potatoes

Pineapple Sweet Potatoes are a popular choice for us. This is a simple recipe that we created one Easter. It’s light and delicious, and it doesn’t contain any added sugar (except for the marshmallows on top). The citrus from the pineapple makes this a more refreshing sweet potato side dish.

Tangy Sweet Yams

Tangy Sweet Yams are made with the addition of orange juice to add some citrus flavor to the final recipe. I love the addition of citrus to sweet potatoes, so we love this recipe. Sometimes, we decrease the amount of sugar, or leave it out entirely, depending upon our moods. Give this recipe for Tangy Sweet Yams a try. You’ll love them.

Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes

Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes

Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes are amazing. This is the easiest way I have found to prepare sweet potatoes. It takes no time to prepare them, there’s no peeling them first, and they can be eaten as is, mashed with butter and a little salt and pepper, or added to other recipes. I’m firmly convinced that this is the best way to prepare sweet potatoes. It’s certainly simple.

Roasted Sweet Potato Stacks

Roasted Sweet Potato Stacks are pure genius. Slices of sweet potato are tossed with butter, olive oil, herbs, and spices before being stacked in a muffin tin and baked to perfection. Roasted Sweet Potato Stacks are perfect for a casual dinner or a holiday meal.

Streusel Topped Sweet Potato Casserole

This streusel topped sweet potato casserole is rich, creamy, and delicious. It's like having dessert with dinner.

Streusel Topped Sweet Potato Casserole reminds me of the sweet potatoes that one can buy at Boston Market, but these are less expensive, and I can eat more of them without having to buy an extra serving , or two. My family loves these. They’re almost like having a dessert for a side dish. If you haven’t tried Streusel Topped Sweet Potato Casserole, you’re missing out.

Five Simple and Delicious Sweet Potato Recipes for your Holiday Table.

That ‘s our list of five different sweet potato recipes. What’s your favorite? Let us know if you like any of these, or if you have any other favorites, by leaving a comment below.

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