This William’s-Sonoma sweet potato mash recipe is a simple, yummy, stovetop sweet potato side that is healthier and lighter than the casserole (but just as delicious).
Traditional sweet potato casserole is most always marked by a heavy coating of marshmallows, sugary corn flakes, or pecan streusel. With a nod to tradition, I typically eat a few bites but can’t take much more (especially when I know I’ll be indulging at the dessert table).
Last Thanksgiving, I made Sweet Potato Mash, a wonderful recipe from www.williams-sonoma.com (photo from William’s Sonoma). The recipe is wonderfully rich and delicious but not nearly as calorie laden as traditional sweet potato casserole. Best of all, the dish is cooked entirely on the stove top~no oven needed.
I don’t think you’ll feel deprived one bit by substituting this for traditional sweet potato casserole. Better yet, you can reserve calories for extra dressing or dessert:-) If you try this, I’d love to hear back. Blessings to you this Thanksgiving. Thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy!!!
Nutrition Information: Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 1574Total Fat: 108gSaturated Fat: 46gCholesterol: 182mgSodium: 41mgCarbohydrates: 157gSugar: 140gProtein: 6g