A deliciously healthy dish full of fall flavors and sweetness, to bring you right into the seasonal mood.
Ah! Finally launching my blog! This blog has been something that I have considered doing for a long time, and now that my Instagram is almost at 2K I figure it is time to move my recipes over to a blog, where they can be organized, and I can add more details! I ran into to the issue of not having enough text left to post a recipe to the capacity I would have liked, so hopefully having this blog will put an end to that! From time to time I still plan on sharing recipes on my Instagram, and will definitely still be sharing most of my pictures there, but this will be the main showcase for my recipes!
That brings me to today’s post, a new recipe I thought of over the weekend and developed, and it is absolutely delicious. If you know me, you know that I absolutely love sweet potatoes, and stuffing them is my favorite way to enjoy them. This variation of stuffed sweet potatoes features sweet fall flavors, perfect for a dinner side dish, or enjoyed alone.
Apple Pecan Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
- Begin by preheating the oven to 350. Once the oven is preheated, poke holes into your sweet potatoes with a fork and bake until soft(about 45 minutes).
- Once sweet potatoes are almost done baking, dice up your apples into little squares. Sauté apples with the cinnamon and date syrup. I like to add a little water to the pan here to give it a nice caramelized texture.
- Add the pecans and cook for another 5 minutes. At this point the sweet potatoes should be finished. Take them out of the oven, and slice down the middle. Take a fork and mash the sides in to give and nice soft texture. Pour your apple pecan mixture into potatoes and top with your favorite granola. Serve and enjoy!