Thursday, September 08, 2005

Creamy Sweet Potatoes with Almond Butter

1 medium sized sweet potato, baked
1 TB orange juice
2 TB light brown sugar
½ tsp. cinnamon
pinch nutmeg
1 TB creamy almond butter

Peel and chop the sweet potato. Blend in a food processor along with the orange juice, brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg, until creamy and smooth. Heat gently on the stove or in the microwave. Stir in the almond butter until well-incorporated. Makes 2 servings.

10 comments:

Chelee said...

Recipes too?!!!
WooHoo

Harmonia said...

I posted a comment on your Lunch box blog yesterday. I noticed you have two others including this one. I am going to link both - ok? Great stuff you have here!

Anonymous said...

Hi! I just found this blog of yours, and I'm really impressed!

This recipe sounds really good, but I was hoping you would be able to email me (liquid_star88@hotmail.com) and let me know exactly how you bake a sweet potato? thank you!


- Crystal

Anonymous said...

love this but don't suggest the microwave!!! it's sooo bad for you. true it's fast, but it defeats a lot of the purpose of being a vegan in the first place!! :D oh, but your blog is just wonderful!

Anonymous said...

I made myself this for lunch and OMIGOD! I have a new favorite, healthy dessert! Thank you so much Jennifer!

Erica said...

I made this and loved it! I subbed 1.5 Tbs maple syrup for the brown sugar, and I blended the almond butter in with everything.

Anonymous said...

I need to start doubling or tripling this recipe when I make it. My household consists of me, my husband, our toddler, and my 90-year-old mother-in-law. Every time I make this dish it is gone in a flash. Not only is this a hit across intergenerational palates, but it serves the nutritional needs for those with growing bones and osteoporosis alike!

clawson3 said...

Hi Jennifer,

Do you use any rice or soy cheese in recipes? I made a good "creamed" spinach the other night using soy mozzarella, veggie Parmesan and a dollop of "benechol". I didn't measure anything out, just dumped in enough cheese to cover the dish of spinach and as little butter substitute as it would take to thin out the cheese a little bit. Then stirred it all up after it was hot and cheese melted (I used the microwave, but would probably use oven if I was making for a larger group) My almost 2 yr old who eats a very limited variety of veggies ate his whole portion and even had seconds (literally a miracle!) Just thought I would share.

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