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Sweet potato casserole: been there. Sweet potato fries: done that. Let's move on to sweet potatoes 3.0. This spud's for you.
How to Make Mashed Potatoes: There’s more than one “right” way to make this classic comfort food.
Maple-Pecan Sweet Potato Mash: Eating sweet potatoes can prevent sugar from getting stored around your waistline as fat. Plus, sweet potatoes are filled with fiber, which slows digestion and prevents blood sugar from plummeting—and your hunger from spiking. | Health.com
Day Before Mashed Potatoes/ one of my tried and true recipes for Thanksgiving...I half the sour cream and add an egg and onion powder, melted butter on top.Reheating in the crock pot saves on oven space.