A make-ahead casserole is perfect for just about any occasion. You can welcome new neighbors, prep for an upcoming party, or plan next week's meals. With cheesy lasagnas, bubbly tuna bakes, and more, these enticing freezer casserole recipes are sure to make life easier!View Slideshow
Sweet potato recipes have it all: twice-baked, casseroles, and even sweet potato fries. Browse our collection of sweet potato recipes to find special holiday sides and easy recipes for weeknight meals.
The subtle tang of goat cheese is the perfect match for sweet potatoes. Better yet, the soft cheese makes them even creamier. Top with pistachios and fresh sage for a delectable side.
Canned pumpkin and classic spices give this fall recipe the beginnings of a classic pie, but the extras, like creamy sweet potato and flaky peanut crust make it so much better. Lightly sweetened cheese crackers and chopped peanuts form a buttery streusel topping that takes this dessert over the top.
Love mashed potatoes? Give our sweet and savory version a try. Golden raisins counter salty bacon and rich cremini mushrooms in a flavorful recipe that takes just 30 minutes to make.
Save your leftovers for a post-Thanksgiving breakfast. A heart-healthy scramble of spinach, sweet potatoes, and eggs gets a punch of flavor from fresh parsley and a dash of hot sauce.
Latkes, or potato pancakes, are a typical European side dish. We made ours the German way – sweet! Shredded sweet potatoes studded with currants get fried and topped with applesauce for a delicious and unexpected breakfast option.
Our favorite part of this casserole has got to be the marshmallow topping, especially when it’s a little crisp, and a little gooey. The secret? It’s all about timing.
It's hard to believe these delicious caramelized sweet potatoes require only 20 minutes of prep time; the light lemon syrup adds a surprising -- and refreshing -- finishing touch.
Spice things up with this modern take on the classic casserole. Monterey Jack cheese, sprinkled on top just before baking, adds richness to the dish.
A crispy brown sugar and pecan topping makes this classic casserole impossible to resist.
This casserole recipe is high in fiber and flavor. Robust sweet potato combines with light and earthy edamame to balance out great taste and bring 7 grams of fiber to the table.
Here's the quick how to: Brush these sweet wedges with a zesty orange, chili powder, and honey glaze and bake! Serve with our sour cream dip to really wow.