Sweet potatoes are naturally sweet, nutritious, and so versatile. Whether you like them baked, mashed, in a pie, or as fries, we have an easy sweet potato recipe for you to try.
For a flavorful finish, top baked sweet potatoes with cranberries, toasted walnuts, and a dab of butter.
To prepare baked sweet potatoes in your microwave: Prick the potatoes all over with a fork. Microwave on high for 8 to 10 minutes or until tender, turning the potatoes once.
A crispy brown sugar and pecan topping makes this classic casserole impossible to resist.
Baked sweet potato fries -- packed full of vitamins A and C -- are a more nutritious alternative to regular french fries.
Tip: Cut each fry to an even thickness. Because sweet potatoes contain more sugar than regular potatoes, they tend to burn easily and cook unevenly if cut too thin.
Mashed sweet potatoes are a vitamin-packed alternative to regular mashed potatoes. Our easy recipe features a bit of butter and simple seasonings.
Topped with a sweet, buttery streusel, this recipe tastes like candied sweet potatoes without all the sugar or calories. With only 20 minutes of prep time, it's the perfect side dish for dinner tonight.