Sweet Potato Pie
Although at a glance it might be mistaken for pumpkin pie, sweet potato pie has a much different taste than that of pumpkin. Especially popular in the South, sweet potato pie is often served during the holiday season. Different toppings and spices offer an array of recipes for this pie.
Sweet potatoes replace pumpkin in this Southern sweetened vegetable pie recipe, an adaptation of sweet potato pies popular for decades. The cornmeal pastry and struessel topping can be made up to 3 days before assembling the pie.
Cut the stress of holiday baking by whipping up a semi-homemade Sweet Potato Pie. No need to fuss with the finicky pastry rolling and cutting!
This sweet potato pie -- made with baked or canned sweet potatoes -- is all set to take center stage at the Thanksgiving table. Although the recipe offers alternatives for crystalized ginger, freshly grated nutmeg, and buttermilk, use the original ingredients if you can. They make this an amazing pie.
This Southern-style sweet potato pie recipe has tender cornmeal pastry and crunchy-sweet streusel topping. The pastry and topping can be made up to 3 days before assembling the pie.
This sweet pie is topped with a generous handful of crunchy toasted hazelnuts, but you can use pecans or almonds instead.
This traditional recipe is a scrumptious dessert perfect any time of the year.
Crisp, flaky, and generously filled with a sweet potato-fig filling, chef Scott Peacock's sugar-dusted pies are warm reminders of days gone by.
The surprise ingredient, instant vanilla pudding, helps form the filling for this spiced pie.
Any one that loves pumpkin pie or sweet potato pie will flip over these tasty turnovers. To expedite dessert, feel free to bake the sweet potatoes in the microwave. Just be sure to poke them in several places with a fork before baking to allow steam to escape.
Simple ingredients combine for a sumptuous holiday dessert.
Join the ranks of many southern families who make this nicely spiced pie--instead of pumpkin--their holiday dessert.
Pies and tarts are welcome signs of Thanksgiving and Christmas desserts. This low-fat, low-calorie, and low-sugar vegetable pie, suitable for diabetic meals plans, has vitamin-rich sweet potatoes and a tender oil-pastry crust.
Want to spruce up your breakfast yogurt? Try sprinkling the pistachio and cereal topper over it.