Sweet potatoes are the stud of spuds. Nab our best ways to bake 'em, fry 'em, even sip 'em in this tasty tater collection.
Sweet potatoes lend their (surprise, surprise) sweetness to this delish biscuit batter.
Who knew! This classic from the Better Homes and Gardens vaults surprised even us. A blender is all that stands between you and a lush, sweet potato sipper.
Skip the meat and you'll still feel plenty full, thanks to whole wheat-wrapped navy beans, spinach, radishes, cucumber, and mashed sweet potatoes.
The side dish becomes the dessert. Mash, mash, mash your sweet potatoes into a frenzy, then watch them shine in this crazy-good treat.
Let diced sweet potatoes nudge right up to noodles in a creamy, dreamy pasta dinner.
This hot potato (see what we did there?) bread satisfies on all fronts: It's sweet, moist, and shareable.
If you're aiming for a sweet potato trifecta (breakfast, lunch, and dinner featuring the spud), here's your starting line: A delightful egg scramble with baby spinach and your friend, the sweet potato.
There's a lot of Southern influence here: Pecans, cornmeal, and, of course, sweet potatoes join in a creamy dessert pudding.
So much to love: Sweet potatoes, cinnamon, maple syrup, and toasted pecans do their best work together.
Wrap up savory pork and chopped sweet potatoes in a hand pie straight from Mexico.
Sweet potatoes have had a healthy reputation long enough -- dunk the good stuff in hot oil for a ridiculous treat.
You Say Potato: Compared to a russet potato, sweet potatoes have:
What's in a Name?: One grocery store calls them "sweet potatoes" and one calls them "yams." Officially, they're all sweet potatoes. A real yam is hard to find, unless you go to an ethnic market.