Crispy Brown Sugar Sweet Potatoes

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the hustle and bustle of the holidays have arrive. so much to get done with so little time. for me, i have a lot of cooking and baking to do. not only for the holidays, but also for my families everyday meals. with all the events and parties we get to attend, a home cooked meal is really important when we have the chance to eat at home. these  Crispy Brown Sugar Sweet Potatoes not only make a great dish to share during the holidays, they also make a great sir dish for a family dinner at home. they re really easy to make and add a sweet compliment to any meat or event a salad for a vegetarian meal. when Baker’s Secret asked me to try out their colored bakeware and share a favorite recipe, i knew this was the perfect dish bake in them.

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bakers secret colored pansi used the 8″ round metal bakeware pan to make my Crispy Brown Sugar Sweet Potatoes, but you can use any size of bakeware you want. to make these easy Crispy Brown Sugar Sweet Potatoes, you will need: sweet potatoes, brown sugar, honey, butter and olive oil.sweet potato recipe first, peel the sweet potatoes, leaving a strip of skin on the bottom of each potato.sweet potato then thinly slice the sweet potatoes making sure not to cut all the way through so that the slices stay together. place them all into the baking pan.scalloped sweet potatoesbrush olive oil all over the sweet potatoes. sprinkle with brown sugar. try to get it between the slices. dot with butter….
brown sugar sweet potatoes  and drizzle honey over the top.easy sweet potatoes
bake in the oven at 375ºf for approximately 1 hour or until the potatoes are cooked through. serve and enjoy!

sweet potatoes recipe

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brown sugar sweet potato recipe
ingredients
4-5 large sweet potatoes
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 – 2 Tablespoons butter
1 Tablespoon olive oil
honey

directions
wash and peel the sweet potatoes, leaving a strip of skin on the bottom of each potato. thinly slice each sweet potato making sure not to cut all the way through so that the slices stay together. place all of them into a baking pan. brush olive oil all over the sweet potatoes. sprinkle with brown sugar. try to get it between the slices. dot with butter and drizzle honey over the top. bake at 375º for approximately 1 hour or until the potatoes are cooked through. serve and enjoy!

Comments

  1. My favorite dish is my grandmother’s Mac N Cheese – homemade deliciousness

  2. Ashley Kolpak says

    I love green bean casserole!

  3. Deb Jackson says

    We enjoy cheesy cauliflower casserole.

  4. Kristen says

    I love sourdough bread stuffing.

  5. Lisa Breece says

    My favorite dish to make is baked macaroni and cheese for the holidays.

  6. I love my Grandma’s sweet potato recipe! (this one looks awesome, too)

  7. Sinful sweet potatoes are one of my favorite parts of the Thanksgiving feast!

  8. Carla S says

    My favorite is southern style macaroni and cheese.

  9. Pam Hoffman says

    Such a good idea! Love the pictures. Yum!

  10. I llike green bean casserole thanks for the giveaway

  11. I LOVE sweet potatoes! My husband’s family makes some great ones but this recipe sounds amazing and I might have to volunteer to make them next time!

  12. For me, the thing that sets a holiday meal apart is the dessert, and I love a cheesecake more than just about anything. It can be changed up with the season; for example, we’ll probably be having a nice pumpkin cheesecake for our Thanksgiving dessert.

  13. I like sweet potato casserole.

  14. Robin W says

    I love mashed potatoes on thanksgiving but I always serve sweet potatoes (Yams) and regular because double carbs!!

  15. Sounds yummy.

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