How to Make a Healthy Stuffed Sweet Potato
Thank my mom for this post, because she told me I had to share this recipe after I made her my Stuffed Sweet Potato. She loved it! And honestly, I’m not sure why I haven’t posted it already. Maybe because it is just so easy. LOL
I really enjoy making healthy food for my family, and it’s always such a good feeling when they actually like what I make (which has been everything lately.) It’s nice to have people believe in you. You know, it absolutely makes me feel over the moon when I hear my mom talking to other people about my blog. She told me I am changing the world.
I am making it a point to follow my dreams. And to have the most important person in my life really believe in me… well it means more than she’ll ever know. Thank you mom.
Alrighttttt I know yall came for the recipe, so let’s get to it.
Chopped Apples or Pears (about a handful worth)
Banana Slices (about 1/4 of a banana worth)
Step 1: (I’m gonna keep it real with yall) I simply put a medium to large sized sweet potato in the microwave for 8 minutes (but you can bake it if you like.)
Step 2: While waiting for the sweet potato to finish. Go ahead and start sauteing your chopped pears (or apples) and bananas with cinnamon. You don’t have to use any oil. You’ll know it’s ready when the fruit is warm and slightly browning.
Step 3: Slice your sweet potato down the middle longways halfway through, and open the potato up. Then take your sauteed pears (or apples) and bananas and stuff the sweet potato.
Step 4: Next sprinkle the chopped pecans on top and then drizzle a little honey to finish it off. Adding raisins is optional.
That’s it! So easy… My mom was like “there is not even any butter in this, but it taste like it there is. It’s so good.” That’s right mommy no butter, just nutrient filled ingredients.
Try this easy recipe out and let me know what you think.