savory sweet potato puffs

[…] these Jalapeno Cheddar Sweet Potato Puffs were gone in exactly two days (and Vishnu did not help). I knew I was going to like these as soon as I read the name of your post! Drizzle the melted butter over the sweet potato swirls. Find this Pin and more on Vegetable & Side Dish Recipesby Carrie's Experimental Kitchen. Want to make ahead for a party!!! I brought these over for my in laws to taste test and they gave them a thumbs up. Hi, I’m Lindsay! Set aside. And bacon..obviously. Fresh sweet potatoes are so much better and definitely give these sweet potato puffs a light, pleasantly clean taste. I cooked them for longer than the 20minutes just in case. [WORDPRESS HASHCASH] The comment’s server IP ( doesn’t match the comment’s URL host IP ( and so is spam. and then sweet potato. If I had my act together, I would have posted these little puffs in time for you to make them for the Super Bowl. Substituted Mexican crema for the milk, add a generous grinding of nutmeg and 1 Tbsp of Parmesan cheese for half a recipe. Hmm maybe it depends on how much the sweet potato is cooked? Comments? Missed a few of them…so glad to have them all in one spot. I’m completely dairy-free. On her blog, she shares simple, healthy recipes, nutrition tips, workouts and snapshots of her life. But they have that depth of flavor that twice baked potatoes have. thank you for the recipe. Paleo-approved and a fun Whole30 recipe. Ok, maybe don’t think baby food, but you get the picture. Add the eggs and beat for an additional 1-2 minutes until the egg is completely mixed in. Just one question. pinning! On the plus side the flavor is fabulous but wonder if they should have cooked longer? I was wondering if you thought that subbing the milk for orange juice or coconut milk would work? Kelly @ Laughter, Strength, and Food says, Quick, easy, delicious…my kind of recipe!! I’m wondering if coconut oil would work in place of the butter / ghee? Follow her on Twitter @LeanGrnBeanBlog and Instagram @TheLeanGreenBean and be sure to subscribe via RSS or email so you never miss a post! How perfect for me, right? […] Jalapeno Cheddar Sweet Potato Puffs by The Lean Green Bean […], […] Jalapeño Cheddar Sweet Potato Puffs from The Lean Green Bean […], […] whip up these delectable sweet potato puffs packed with cheesy jalapeño flavor. Now comes the fun part. ★☆ [email protected]. These look so good! [WORDPRESS HASHCASH] The comment’s server IP ( doesn’t match the comment’s URL host IP ( and so is spam. [WORDPRESS HASHCASH] The comment’s server IP ( doesn’t match the comment’s URL host IP ( and so is spam. Then add your two eggs and whip those potatoes and eggs together for a minute or two until they are light and fluffy. I wondering if I used a little too much yogurt? I just sent this to my sister, she loves spice (me, not so much haha) and I think she would love these! They are a great adaptation! Or is the mixture too runny? Can’t wait to try them , They look great. Either works, though. There’s really nothing wrong with potato + cheese + bacon, ever. I love how simple this is! Courtesy of the Lean Green Bean, this recipe transforms mashed sweet potatoes into a portable snack or appetizer. Make a batch to […], Your email address will not be published. (and on a personal note, these will be a hit in my family for sure! You can eat a healthy diet and enjoy it. I’ve already shared the recipe on Facebook and with friends. Think baby food. We enjoyed grilled wings and Jalapeno Cheddar Sweet Potato Puffs, a recipe that I found on Lindsay’s blog, The Lean Green Bean. Yum!! So officially these sweet potato puffs are not twice baked. Jalapeno Cheddar Sweet Potato Puffs, Filed Under: Appetizer, Side Dish, Snack Tagged With: Cheese, Egg, Sweet Potato, Yogurt. You’re going to make those pretty little swirls using a decorating bag and a Wilton 1M tip. If you like spice, use serrano peppers instead of jalapenos, or a combination of the two. Literally – obsessed. By: JULIE CLARK Published: February 9, 2016. EVERYONE needs sweet potatoes in their life! Do you think it could work without the eggs? Savory mashed sweet potato puffs make an elegant, healthy side dish for your family dinner. You know we just suffered through completed a Whole30. Email me: Oh yum! February is sweet potato month?? and you, not having your sh*t together? Next time will increase the parm in the recipe and perhaps sprinkle a bit on top as well. I never discovered sweet potato until last year but have since formed a bit of an addiction!!! These look like the most perfect snack! Sweet Potato Puffs Your email address will not be published. Use a hand mixer to beat the potatoes until the butter is completely melted and the potatoes are smooth. You don’t want any chunks at all. Next time I’m hoping to get it right. I got this recipe from myfitnesspal and I wanted to tell you that these were awesome. And here’s a roundup image in case you want to pin something so you have the links to all my favorite sweet potato recipes in one place! Allow the potatoes to boil for 15-20 minutes* or until the chunks are soft. Take the decorating bag, hold it perpendicular to the baking sheet and pipe a swirling mound of sweet potatoes. Spray a baking sheet with coconut cooking spray. Like I said in the recipe, you don’t have to use cheddar cheese….I think pepperjack would be great as well. Yum!! With Easter coming up, you may be looking for a healthy side dish to go alongside your honey baked ham. These look fantastic, but I don’t have a mini muffin tin… Do you think they would work spooned out in small dollops on a baking tray, almost like cookie dough?

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