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Typically orange in color, and often mistaken for a yam, the sweet potato is the perfect harvest treat.
This tasty ingredient is in many classic fall dishes and can be baked, roasted or eaten by themselves for a variety of meals.
Not only do they bring a sweet flavor to your plate, but they also contain health benefits that are not in a typical white potato as they’re loaded with calcium, potassium and vitamins A and C.
The sweet potato is abundant during this time of year, so grab a few and get cooking!
Sweet Potato Hummus:
Hummus is a popular snack among many people, but now you can take your hummus to a whole new level by adding in sweet potatoes. The consistency will be creamy, and the flavors will make it hard to stop snacking. Bring this dish as an appetizer to your next party and surely it will be a hit.
Sweet Potato Chips:
Potato chips are the go-to snack for many college students, and now they can be healthy to snack on. So, skip the greasy bag of store-bought chips and instead make these sweet potato chips.
Just gather a few ingredients and follow a few simple steps, and your snack will be taken to a whole new healthy level.
Sweet Potato Hash:
Have you ever consider sweet potatoes for breakfast? Most people don’t think about sweet potatoes early in the day, however when making hash browns it can be used as a replacement for the white potato.
Add in a few nutritious vegetables and an egg, and this meal will keep your hunger satisfied throughout the morning.
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