There's more to sweet potatoes than casseroles and pies. Try one of these sweet potato recipes at your Thanksgiving dinner. Whether you stick with the classic sweet potato casserole or branch out, you'll be pleased!
Round out your Thanksgiving meal with a hefty spoonful of our Classic Sweet Potato Casserole. The sweet potato filling is
finished with a crunchy topping of cornflakes, pecans, and brown sugar, balanced out with the gooey favorite—marshmallows.
Fancy enough for company, this recipe bakes sweet potatoes, mozzarella cheese, and fresh thyme in individual stacks.
This impressive dessert showcases one of fall’s sweetest gems—sweet potatoes. With simple prep and make-ahead ease, it only
looks like you spent hours in the kitchen.
The roasted goodness of sweet potatoes and crispy smoked sausage delivers loads of flavor in a small bite. Serve Sweet Potato
Squares with Lemon-Garlic Mayonnaise warm or at room temperature.
Keep this family favorite around for the holiday season. Mashed sweet potatoes give the cupcake extra moistness, while a myriad
of spices including cinnamon and nutmeg, spice up the traditionally sweet dessert. A simple cream cheese frosting and a sprinkle
of chopped pecans is all that's needed on top.
For those of you who can't pick just one dessert at Thanksgiving, try our Sweet-Potato Apple Cobbler. It combines the flavors
and textures of both sweet potato pie and apple cobbler.
Won ton wrappers and canned mashed sweet potatoes make pirogi-style Sweet Potato Pockets a breeze. A sage-butter sauce finishes
this dish nicely.
Flecks of orange zest and fresh orange juice blended into a smooth sweet potato custard elevates this pie to star status.
This creamy fall soup is quite a treat! Maple syrup, nutmeg, and sweet potatoes give it all the flavors of fall. Add a dollop
of a citrus-flavored rum cream for a final touch.
Frozen sweet potatoes make these mini sweet potato casseroles a cinch to make. If you want to skip the meringue topping, use
miniature marshmallows instead.
Sugared pecans and mini marshmallows add a sweet note to this updated Thanksgiving classic.
This clever technique for transforming sweet potatoes into "fettuccine" was inspired by a prize-winning recipe from the North
Carolina Sweet Potato Commission, and comes together in just 35 minutes. Start with a large, long sweet potato and a mandoline
to create pasta-like strips.
Add a little sweetness and a big superfood boost to your traditional shrimp and grits.
Spicy, sweet, and totally addictive, this easy appetizer starts with preseasoned fries.
Mango, avocado, red bell pepper, and sweet potatoes make a colorful presentation as well as a good-for-you meal.
Think outside the casserole and make this savory beauty center-stage at your next family dinner.