These 20 fantastic sweet potato recipes are a wonderful mixture of sweet and savory.
Sweet potatoes are often the star of Thanksgiving side dishes. But why stop there? These tasty tubers are great no matter the season.
And from cozy meals to delectable desserts, you can enjoy them year-round.
Try them in a comforting creamy soup. Or, fix up a refreshing sweet potato salad for a party.
Of course, nobody can resist their satisfying crunch as fries!
Whatever your mood or the occasion, this list has something for everybody. So, bookmark these sweet potato recipes and use them all year.
Whipped sweet potatoes are one of my favorite Thanksgiving sides. Silky smooth, creamy, and vibrant, they make the table pop.
Thanks to the butter, heavy cream, vanilla, and nutmeg, they’re extra indulgent too. It’s like mashed potatoes, but more extravagant.
Next holiday, shake things up and try these. I think you’ll find this new tradition is worth sharing.
I would happily eat these baked potatoes every day of the week!
They’re so comforting, easy to make, and inexpensive. All they need is a bit of butter and salt.
Serve them with any protein you fancy. Turkey, chicken, steak, salmon, they taste great with everything.
Here’s a sweet potato casserole sure to impress your family and friends.
The base is a leveled-up version of the whipped potato recipe above. It calls for evaporated milk, sugar, eggs, and warm spices.
It’s sweet, crunchy, and delicious. Take a bite and you’ll forget to add anything else to your plate.
You don’t have to be much of a baker for this quick bread recipe. It’s yeast-free and calls for canned sweet potatoes. So it’s foolproof.
What’s even better is the flavor. Tender, moist, and lightly spiced, it tastes like pumpkin spiced bread. Except with potatoes instead.
Fall or summer, enjoy it whenever a craving strikes.
Between the texture and the flavor, these fries are irresistible!
They have the most delightful crunch. It gets even better with their sweet and savory flavor.
But you want to know a secret? They’re baked instead of fried. So they’re a healthy and easy side you can make anytime.
These are not your ordinary spuds. These are a feast for the taste buds!
The spiciness of the Korean sauce with the sweetness of the potatoes is sensational. You get a little kick with a balance of flavors.
Next time you’re hosting dinner, put these on the table. They’re an impressive side your friends will talk about all night long.
Want to enhance your sweet potatoes? Roast them with brown sugar.
As they cook, they start to caramelize. The juices mix with the butter and sugar to create a sort of sweet glaze. It’s just to die for!
Trust me, this is a holiday side dish you don’t want to miss.
Using sweet potato is such a clever way to make lasagne gluten-free. Plus, you sneak in an extra portion of veggies without a fight.
Cheesy, savory, hearty, and slightly sweet, it’s super comforting.
If you’re feeding a crowd, double this recipe. You want to make sure there’s plenty to go around.
Adding sweet potato to chili is my favorite way to bulk it out. Not to mention, it gives it a wonderful flavor!
The potatoes, peppers, and beans make this vegetarian dish very filling.
Although, leftover rotisserie chicken would be extra tasty. Either way, it’s a healthy winter warmer ideal for battling cold weather.
You know what I make when I have an abundance of sweet potatoes? Soup!
Sweet, savory, and rich, this creamy bowl is so comforting. And yet, it’s surprisingly healthy.
The bright and warm color is also very enticing. I just want to dunk a piece of bread right in the middle!
Sweet potato casserole is sweet, soft, nutty, and delightfully spiced. All the flavors just scream fall!
But you don’t have to stick to this season. You can find all the ingredients year-round.
It pairs well with all kinds of proteins, too. But pork is the best. The savoriness with the fruity sweetness is a match made in heaven!
Tater tots are such a nostalgic food. I don’t know any grown-ups that can resist those crunchy nuggets!
But have you had them with a mashed cinnamon-y sweet potato center? It takes your favorite childhood food and does it one better.
The spiced breadcrumb coating is a bonus. It adds a lovely layer of crunch to the exterior.
Takeout? Forget it! You don’t need it with this restaurant-worthy recipe.
Bite-sized chicken, tender sweet potatoes, and chickpeas are bobbing in a fragrant creamy curry.
It’s a comforting and easy gluten-free meal you can make any night of the week.
One bite and this will become a permanent addition to your dinner table.
It’s a warm sweet potato salad with red onion, feta, and dried cranberries. All tossed with a tangy honey mustard dressing.
Serve it with sandwiches, roasted chicken, or top it with an egg. It’s so good, you’ll want to share it at your next potluck.
Biscuits are classic comfort food I welcome no matter the time of day. And these are no exception!
The sweet potato mash makes them extra delicious. Not to mention that devilishly delectable honey and cinnamon butter.
Even your southern grandma would approve. She might even ask for the recipe.
Why decide between sweet potato and pecan pie? Have them both in one!
Sweet, creamy, spiced, and nutty, it’s the best of both worlds. You get a luscious sweet potato filling topped with sugary pecans.
And the crust? Opt for store-bought to keep things easy. Trust me, nobody at your Thanksgiving table will care.
I swear, these are the best fritters ever! They have the most satisfying crunch.
As for the flavor, it doesn’t get any better. They’re sweet, spicy, and absolutely mouthwatering.
Nobody would guess they’re vegan and gluten-free.
Now, about that topping. I’m all for a dollop of yogurt or sour cream. But choose your favorite fritter pairing.
Sweet potatoes in a brownie? You’ve got to try it!
It’s the trick to making them dense and chewy. These vegan brownies also defy the status quo with almond butter, oat flour, and maple syrup.
And yet, they’re fudgy as can be and bursting with chocolate! You don’t want to miss these gluten-free treats.
Pumpkin cookies tend to be quite cakey. Chocolate cookies, on the other hand, tend to be chewy.
But these are the best of both worlds! They’re tender, pillowy, and lightly spiced with a kiss of maple syrup.
Honestly, they taste just like the holidays! Thanks to the sweet potato, though, you can enjoy them year-round.
Debating between turning sweet potatoes into a casserole or pie? Have both in one!
These bars marry the two into a delectable dessert. They come with a graham cracker crust, luscious sweet potato filling, and marshmallow topping.
Whenever I serve these sweets, they disappear instantly. So hide one for yourself before putting them out.
Guys, have you tried sweet potato in pound cake? If not, it’s time to start!
Adding these tubers is a total game changer. Rich, buttery, earthy, sweet, and spiced, this recipe elevates classic pound cake.
It has just a hint of cinnamon and nutmeg. Topped with a citrus glaze, it’s one delectable southern cake.
Forget the mashed, smashed, and all the rest. These festive holiday spuds are what your dinner party wants.
The fork-tender potatoes just melt in your mouth. Then there’s the sweet maple bourbon-infused sauce coating them in decadence.
Thanksgiving or a Christmas side, this dish is a must!
Mix up your morning hash with sweet potatoes. They pair marvelously with savory sausage and runny egg yolks.
There’s also peppers and onions in there too for good measure.
Rustic, satisfying, and filling, you can make this in one skillet. Plus, it’s Paleo and Whole30 so you can load up the healthy way.
Trying to eat healthier? Trade in that greasy taco shop quesadilla for these.
A whole wheat tortilla is overflowing with spiralized sweet potatoes, black beans, and melty cheese.
Whatever you do, don’t miss the avocado verde salsa. It’s almost like an extra creamy guacamole.
I love this dal for so many reasons. It’s quick, comforting, filling, and flavor-packed.
All the spices take humble sweet potato and lentils up a notch. Cumin, fennel, and graham marsala are just the start.
If you like big flavors, try this cozy vegan dish. It will revolutionize how you think of plant-based eating.
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