I enjoyed this healthier side because the holiday foods are killing me. It's no laughing matter one size fits most was lying to me...no laughing matter.
Made these for Easter dinner today and they were ready in a flash - they traveled very well too! After baking I dumped them in a pre-warmed crock-pot and transported them - also made very good leftovers. Next time I would definitely decrease the butter or increase the sweet potatoes as I thought there was too much butter (although it was the holidays, so who was counting??!). Loved the honey and cinnamon.
These sweet potatoes were just what I was looking for. Had baked salmon and wanted an easy way to fix sweet potatoes. My husband loved them. I cut the recipe for just the two of us and used one large sweet potato and used 1/3 of the topping recipe. They were delicious. Thanks, Carole in Orlando
I used 4TB of butter, 2TB of olive oil, dash of nutmeg and half a tsp of ginger. Turned out really well and tasted great with pork loin.
Nicely sweet, but not overly sweet. I did use the optional cinnamon, and I recommend using it. Nutmeg might be nice, too. These sweet potatoes are very buttery, but I think the amount of butter could easily be cut down without changing the results if fat is a concern. We all enjoyed these very much. I'll be repeating this recipe. Thanx for posting it.
We enjoyed these so much. They were easy to make and the flavor was great. Next time I'll try the cinnamon.
I've had this recipe for years and am glad to find it listed here. It's a wonderful way to fix sweet potatoes/yams. The recipe I have didn't call for cinnamon so I've never tried it with that. I finaly got my husband to eat sweet potatoes with this dish and I can't wait for them to be in season again so I can fix them! YUMMY!
Easy and tastee. The cinnamon is a must add to the dish.