You would think that microwaving a single vegetable would be rather straightforward, but trust me, the details matter. All it takes is adding a lemon wedge and a little bit of water into the same bowl as your sweet potato. This is a great way to elevate an otherwise basic side dish into something more gourmet without adding too much prep time.
Making chili in a slow cooker is one of the easiest ways to prepare a nice and hearty family dinner. For this paleo slow cooker sweet potato chili, you’ll want those extra few hours to make sure all of your ingredients are well-incorporated and tender. This dish is pretty satiating thanks to the generous protein and fat content. However, you still get your dose of fiber-rich carbs thanks to the sweet potatoes. There’s a bit of heat to this recipe, but even then, don’t be surprised if this sweet potato chili becomes a household staple.
The humble white potato is a no no when it comes to following the Paleo philosophy. It’s often then a bit confusing to learn that not only is sweet potato allowed, but it is a much celebrated and promoted carbohydrate.
This sweet potato pie has a perfectly light and flaky crust and an unbelievably mouth watering filling made of sweet potato, maple syrup, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
This recipe makes what just might be the greatest, most mouth watering sweet potato casserole ever as it also includes some paleo marshmallows.
If you grew up enjoying mashed potatoes and you’ve been seeking a paleo friendly alternative, then you are going go crazy over these.
Despite only needing three ingredients and being oh so easy to prepare, these garlic roasted sweet potatoes are definitely big on delicious garlicky flavor.
This Southern style sweet potato pie features a tasty homemade crust and a savory filling made with sweet potatoes.
The homemade glaze is bursting with flavor — pure maple syrup, melted coconut oil, and lemon juice make for an amazing blend.