Oh, sweet potatoes. We’ll never get tired of you. Not only are you loaded with protein, fiber and vitamins, you’re also undeniably delicious. And because they’re potatoes, aka the most versatile and beloved starch around, there are endless ways to enjoy these orange tubers from burgers to grilled cheese. Here, 28 healthy sweet potato recipes that are as wholesome as they are tasty.
There’s no wrong way to eat a taco. But these are begging to be enjoyed alfresco with a few lime-kissed Mexican lagers.
Meet swoodles: They’re nutritious, yet decadent wigs singapore like regular pasta. And this creamy rendition will only take you 20 minutes to whip up.
Sure, you can serve these baked wig malaysia beauties alongside grilled chicken. But they’re actually filling and impressive enough to take centerstage.
You’ve been burned by dry veggie burgers before. Luckily, these are ultra-moist thanks to sweet potatoes and cauliflower rice. The smashed avocado and spicy mayo don’t hurt either.
Because fries should never be off the table, no matter your diet.
Brace yourself. Brunch at your place is about to get an epic upgrade.
You’re only five ingredients away from these itty-bitty pillows of cheesy goodness.
Meet the latke’s sweet Swiss cousin that can be wigs online served for breakfast, lunch or dinner. (Psst: Feel free to swap sweet potatoes for carrots or squash.)
Did you know baked potatoes can last up to five days in the fridge? Just a 15-minute stint in the oven before serving and they’re ready to devour. Hello, meal prep.
Choose your topping: smoked salmon or cranberry-almond.
Crispy, cheesy, low-carb and ever-so-chic.
Fresh herbs, citrus, jalapeños and goat cheese bring this autumn side to life.
Maximum flavor, minimum clean-up.
With 3 grams of protein in every two-tablespoon serving, this might just be one of the healthiest midnight snacks you can eat.
Breakfast for a crowd has never been so easy. P.S., these muffins make a great second home for any sad-looking veggies in your crisper drawer.
In a word, epic. But you can make them even better with this super easy yogurt sauce.
Caesar? We don’t know her. This hearty make-ahead salad can be vegetarian if you trade chicken for chickpeas or beans.
Mix up this year’s Thanksgiving menu with ingredients like red curry paste, fresh ginger and tamari-roasted almonds.
If you’re one of those people who hates on marshmallow-topped sweet potato dishes (these sugar cookies will change your mind, BTW), this is the holiday alternative you’ve been waiting for.
One-pot meals never get old. And this one’s loaded with sweet potatoes, corn, chickpeas and black beans. Skip the sour cream and boom, it’s vegan.
Even your kids won’t be able to complain about this stick-to-your-ribs main.
Toss cinnamon-spiced oats in sweet potato purée, coconut oil and honey, then bake. Twenty minutes later, you’ve got the fall breakfast of your dreams.
Eight ingredients and 30 minutes stand between you and the ultimate cold-weather comfort food.
Drizzle it with balsamic glaze and you’re in business.
The ancho chili marinade, spiked with lime, Worcestershire sauce and soy sauce, would taste great on shrimp, chicken or fish too.
These crunchy bites blow store-bought chips out of the water. Skip the frying and bake them instead for a low-fat spin.
Even carnivores won’t be able to turn their noses up at this smoky lunchtime masterpiece.
A five-ingredient dinner for six? Ready in an hour? Be still our cheese-loving hearts.