5 Ways to Use Your Sweet Potatoes for Thanksgiving


Feasting with the family is high on my list of favorite things to do, so when Thanksgiving comes around, I get extremely giddy about some of my mom and a couple other family members’ recipes. Some of us know what to expect – a big and (hopefully) juicy turkey, greens, cranberry sauce and the whole nine. But isn’t it pretty impressive when we see something common, tweaked into a different yet appealing modified version? For example, we know about the sweet yams aka potatoes that are made and served, but because there are so many endless options – it shouldn’t become too mundane. I felt the need to explore some recipes for a change up in our normal sweet potato meals and provide you guys with 5 easy and delectable dishes for the family.


Brown Sugar Bacon Roasted Sweet Potatoes

This recipe has a sweet and salty combination that is said to be addicting by the chef. Check out the recipe here.


Scalloped Sweet Potato Ring

If you’re into presentation with a big dose of deliciousness, then this maybe your dish. Ingredients include maple syrup, butter, rosemary, green onions and more. See the full recipe here.


Ruth’s Chris Copycat Sweet Potato Casserole

A good version of the well-known steakhouse restaurant casserole dish can be made at your very own home. I don’t know about you, but I LOVE sweet potato casserole meals. Check out the recipe here.


Browned Butted Sweet Potato Stacks

Now aren’t these the cuuttesssttt?? Your guests will probably go for these immediately because they look so scrumptious. These are also a healthier alternative to your more drizzled in bad stuff versions. Recipe this way.


Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Brussels Sprouts 

Can you say ‘best of both worlds?’ With brussels sprouts becoming the on-trend vegetable that has been tweaked a gazillion times, why not throw in some sweetness to the mix. Here is the full recipe here.

Well, there you have it folks! 5 innovative sweet potato dishes for Thanksgiving or maybe Christmas. Happy cooking and baking! And happy Thanksgiving! xoxo

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