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    French fries are a big weakness of mine but they are usually fried to within an inch of their lives and made with not-great-for-you white potatoes.  Sweet potatoes have 400% more Vitamin A in them than white potatoes.  They also have more Vitamin C, fewer calories, more fiber and few net carbs than a white …

    Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes with Walnut Streusel. More fall recipes BrightNest Blog

    Tips and tricks for perfect sweet potato chips. Crispy, flavorful and guilt free with a zesty sweet and salty seasoning. Betcha can't just eat one!

    Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes from @sixsistersstuff | If you love sweet potatoes as much as we do, these twice baked ones are a must try! These could probably be eaten as a dessert, but we love throwing them in with our Turkey on Thanksgiving.

    Baked Sweet Potato Tots (gluten-free) - I'd nix the cheese and maybe use almond flour or something to help hold them together.

    Roasted Sweet Potato Fries or Rounds from A nice change of pace from "regular" fries. I like dipping them in sour cream or eating them plain.

    Breakfast Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes! Have the taste of fall all year round! Flavorful breakfast sausage in twice baked sweet potatoes and topped with an over easy egg. |

    Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes 3 Large Sweet Potatoes 4 Ounces of Cream Cheese (1/2 package) 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup finely chopped pecans (We love the cinnamon ones, but plain work fine too!) 2 cups mini marshmallows

    Pecan Praline Thrice Baked Sweet Potatoes from Chef/Restauranteur Jeff Mauro (guest on Rachael Ray)

    Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes - Filled with brown sugar, spices and Campfire® marshmallows are the perfect comforting side dish for your Thanksgiving table.

    Baked Sweet Potato Chips Recipe – 1 Point Value Read more: weight-watchers-baked-sweet-potato-chips-recipe

    Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with Brown Sugar, Pecans, and Marshmallows | 30 Things You Need To Cook In November

    Baked Sweet Potatoes with Marshmallows — Just because it’s Thanksgiving dinner doesn’t mean you have to stick to tradition! Shake up your standard sweet potato recipe by adding cream cheese, brown sugar, and marshmallows to the mix.