Every year, families gather around the Thanksgiving table to give thanks and enjoy great food. Although everyone has their favorite Thanksgiving dishes, it is always exciting to try new recipes. You can have sweet potatoes in many different ways.
Loaded Sweet Potato Casserole
We will start with a sweet potato casserole. We all know that sweet potato are naturally sweet, so it makes sense to pair them with brown sugar and marshmallows.
This side dish tastes almost like dessert! Although we tend to save dessert for the last, guests will enjoy this delicious side dish with their main course.
Bacon-Wrapped Sweet Potato Bites
Appetizers can be a great idea! These small plates can be used to keep us going until the main meal. Enjoy this year’s bacon-wrapped sweet potatoes bites with your family and friends.
The sweet potato pieces are wrapped with savory bacon, then rolled in brown sugar. This is a delicious combination of sweet and salty flavors. Don’t be surprised if there are no leftovers.
Roasted Sweet Potato Salad
For holiday meals, fresh salads are always a good choice. They balance out the rich and hearty side dishes.
This salad combines Kale, roasted sweet potatoes, dried cranberries with walnuts and goat cheese crumbles. A simple and delicious vinaigrette recipe that goes well with the salad will be included.
Sweet Potato Unstuffing
Stuffing is a Thanksgiving staple. You can’t eat stuffing if you are allergic to gluten, but it is possible!
You don’t have to eat gluten-free food, but you can try something new this year. This sweet potato stuffing recipe would greatly complement the main course. It is packed with delicious, nutritious ingredients.
Roasted Sweet Potato Hummus
Hummus is a healthy snack that’s delicious and filling. You will be a hit with your Thanksgiving guests if you serve it as an appetizer.
This recipe adds sweet potatoes to a classic hummus recipe for a fun twist. The sweet potato will make the hummus creamier and add a touch of sweetness. The hummus can be served with pita chips, crackers, fresh vegetables, or even pita chips.
Garlic Butter-Smashed Sweet Potatoes
This recipe is for you if you love garlicky and savory flavors. These sweet potato bites made with mashed sweet potatoes are delicious!
They are crispy on the outside and deliciously savory on the inside. However, they are perfectly sweet and soft on the inside. This side dish is twice baked, but it will be well worth the effort and time spent.
Sweet Potato And Russet Potato Salad
Potato salad is a crowd-pleaser perfect for parties, potlucks and holiday dinners. Sweet potatoes are added to this potato salad recipe for a fun twist.
The salad has a lot of savory flavors thanks to ingredients such as red onion, bacon, and dijon mustard. However, the sweet potatoes will bring out the sweetness. This salad is a great combination of sweet and savory flavors. You may find yourself wanting it all year.
Cranberry Sweet Potato Turkey Poppers
These tasty bites make a great appetizer or side dish. These poppers, made with ground turkey and sweet potato shredded, are high in protein and nutrients.
They are full of healthy ingredients and flavor due to rosemary, sage, parsley. This recipe can be made in just 30 minutes.
Sweet Potato Cookie Dough Dip
Who doesn’t like sneaking a bite of cookie dough? Although it’s unhealthy and should be avoided raw, it can be very tempting. This cookie dough recipe is safe to eat and full of healthy ingredients.
Serve this unique dip as an appetizer for Thanksgiving. This dip is sweetened with natural ingredients and goes well with fresh fruit, chocolate, and crackers.
Maple Walnut Twice Baked Sweet potatoes
Twice-baked potatoes taste great because they are stuffed with fluffy, flavorful mashed potatoes. These maple walnut twice-baked sweet potatoes will delight your Thanksgiving guests.
Mix the mashed sweet potatoes with Greek yogurt, pumpkin spice, and a pinch of brown sugar. The yogurt makes the sweet potato creamy, while the sweetness of the sugar and spices enhances its flavor. Finish by topping the potatoes with butter, brown sugar, and chopped walnuts.
Sweet Potato Dessert Squares
Have you ever tried baking sweet potato into a dessert? It is a great ingredient, and it will enhance the flavor of your dessert because it is naturally sweet.
These sweet potato dessert squares can be made without grains and are a great option for Thanksgiving. These sweet and moist dessert squares are delicious.
Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes
The Instant pot is the best choice if you are looking for a quick way to make sweet potatoes. It is possible to cook quite some potatoes quickly and easily.
The skin peels off itself, which is quite impressive. There are so many options! You can either eat the potatoes as is or take the center out to make mashed potatoes or even a casserole.
Sweet Potato Bites
Sweet potatoes can again be used to make elegant appetizers. These sweet potato bites are a wonderful starter for Thanksgiving.
Roast the sweet potatoes in the oven. Ensure to drizzle olive oil on the sweet potato slices and sprinkle with cinnamon and salt. Serve the sweet potato bites once cooked with goat cheese, chopped pecans, and pomegranate seed seeds.
Fudgy Sweet Potato Brownies
You can secretly sneak sweet potatoes into fudgy brownies. This rich recipe uses mashed sweet potatoes, maple syrup, cocoa powder, and other ingredients for the best fudgy brownies.
These brownies take only 10 minutes to prepare and are ready for baking in the oven. These brownies are great for Thanksgiving dessert.
Sweet Potato Gratin
If you make this side dish, it will be a hit. Layer slices of sweet potatoes in garlicky cream sauce.
The dish is also rich in fresh herbs and gooey cheese, creating a unique flavor. Once the potatoes are tender, and the top is golden brown, the gratin is done.
Roasted Sweet Potato Stacks
This sweet potato stack is easy to make in a muffin pan. These stacks are extra delicious because the muffin tin helps hold them together, while the butter melts and fills every layer.
To give these stacks a wonderful flavor, you need butter and sweet potatoes. Fresh rosemary is also needed. This side dish is a great addition to Thanksgiving dinner.
Cinnamon Ripple Sweet Potato Bundt Cake
Another delicious and exciting dessert that you can serve at Thanksgiving is this: Sweet potato’s secret ingredient in this cinnamon ripple bundt recipe.
Although your guests might think this is a pumpkin-flavored cake, they will be surprised at the sweetness and texture of the sweet potatoes. A drizzle of cream cheese frosting is added to the top of the cake. It perfectly complements it.
Pilaf of Cranberry Pecan Sweet Potato Wild rice Pilaf
Look no further if you are looking for a side dish with great flavor and texture. This wild rice pilaf is a great side dish with other Thanksgiving dishes.
This pilaf contains wild rice, sweet potatoes, pecans, dried cranberries, and wild rice. To bring out the flavors, you will need to season this dish with some spices like parsley, oregano, and thyme.
Sweet Potato Pie Bars
You don’t need pumpkin pie bars when sweet potato pie bars are just as delicious! This sweet dessert recipe uses sweet potato, maple syrup and pumpkin pie spice.
This dessert is gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian, making it a great choice for guests with dietary restrictions. These will be delicious even if you don’t have any dietary restrictions.
Sweet Potato Cupcakes
This Thanksgiving, instead of traditional pies, you can serve delicious cupcakes. These cupcakes are a perfect example of fall because they are infused with sweet potato, brown sugar, cinnamon and brown sugar.
A rich buttercream frosting recipe will also be included. This frosting will go well with the cupcakes and is brown butter maple-flavored.