Vegan, Gluten-free, Oil-free, No-Added Sugar
I said it before, I say it again - who needs candy when you can have sweet potato!
There are two ways you can beat your sugar addiction - you can eat a ton of leafy greens, or you can eat sweet potatoes. Which is it gonna be? ;o)
I personally choose Purple & Yellow Sweet Potato Pudding or oatmeal, but that's another story.
Purple & Yellow Sweet Potato Pudding? Why stop at two colors? Add Orange to make it super georgeous and super healthy.
Purple & Yellow Sweet Potato Pudding
2 cups Hannah (yellow) sweet potatoes, microwaved, skin removed
2 cups purple sweet potatoes, microwaved, skin removed
Unsweetened non-dairy milk, as needed
Fruit to top, optional
1. Place cooked Hannah yellow sweet potatoes in a high-speed blender, add enough milk to get things moving and process until completely smooth.
2. Add more milk, if needed to adjust consistency. Don’t worry if the mixture seems too thin, it will thicken as it cools.
3. Pour into a larger container and set aside while you prepare the purple potato pudding. No need to wash the blender unless you really, really want to. ;o)
4. Place cooked purple sweet potatoes in a high-speed blender, add enough milk to get things moving and process until completely smooth.
5. Add more milk, if needed, to adjust consistency. Don’t worry if the mixture seems too thin, it will thicken as it cools. Leave the mixture in the blender.
6. Get your jars and fruit ready.
7. Pour the potato pudding into prepared jars in any order you wish. You can alternate between the two or not, and you can top your pudding with fruit or not.
8. Serve immediately or chill in the fridge.
Tip for my lazy friends: You can always just eat the cooked potato as is, skin and all. You can skin it, mash it, add some ground flaxseed, a sprinkling of cinnamon and fruit and feel proud of feeding yourself a perfect breakfast. Or snack. Or dessert. Or ... I think we all know where this is going. ;o) Let's face it, sweet potatoes are just awesome.
Tip for those of you with sweet tooth: You can always add a bit of maple syrup if you must.
No animals were harmed during the creation of this recipe!