Aside from the turkey, everyone knows sweet potatoes are the most essential component to a perfect Thanksgiving dinner. Whether they're baked or candied, in a casserole or in a pie, we can’t imagine our Turkey Day meals feeling complete without them. Here are just a few yummy ways to add sweet potatoes to your Thanksgiving meal.
Seasoned with rosemary and garlic-flavored olive oil, these tasty wedges are way better than French fries.
Thick, creamy and orange – what more could you want from a soup?
Forget your plain old mashed potatoes. This recipe keeps the savory taste of the comfort food staple without too much butter.
For a potato salad with a Southwest flavor, this creation hits the spot.
Hot, buttery rolls with one-third the calories and fat of traditional rolls with a boost of beta-carotene to boot? Our prayers have been answered.
Sweet, earthy and much more exciting than your usual chicken noodle.
When you substitute mayonnaise for mango chutney and Greek yogurt, this classic dish suddenly becomes guilt-free (and tastier, too!).
Skip the bacon bits and sour cream this year and create some spuds topped with kale and ricotta instead.
Instead of marshmallows, try layering your casserole with some Granny Smiths and spices.
Mini cake bites made with sweet potatoes, oats, dates and walnuts? We’ll have a dozen, please.
Sweet potatoes are naturally sweet, so there’s no need to load up this pudding with extra sweeteners!