A festive fall dish for cold days.
Sweet potato casserole has been a tradition for many families. Some variations are mounts of spices, butter, and sugar whether it is marshmallows or a crumb topping blessing the silky sweet potatoes.
With a few adjustments, you can still have a delicious side dish on a cold fall day. This recipe omits eggs, butter, and heavy cream in many versions. You could also serve this at your next Thanksgiving gathering. I promise that it is sure to please and won't be as calorie dense as the traditional versions.
Sweet potatoes are not only delicious, but they also have several benefits. They are high in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and potassium. They offer a great source of fiber for gut health. It is even believed that they can improve immunity, fight certain cancers, and protect your vision.
Sweet potatoes are very versatile. They can be sweet or savory. For this recipe, you only need a few ingredients and a little time. If you are short on time, you can peel and boil the sweet potatoes. I prefer baking them. I think the