If you take a glance in the food section of my blog, it shouldn’t shock you that sweet potatoes are a staple in a lot of my dishes; especially when I am on a Whole 30. Not only are Sweet Potatoes delicious and filling, they also are a rich source of fiber and contain a collection of vitamins and minerals including iron, calcium, selenium; they’re also a good source of most B and C vitamins. If you have been a LuvAshland.com reader since it launched in 2017, you might remember when I posted my 5 Whole 30 Chicken Recipes in 5 Days, which has become one of my most popular blog posts. So, since Sweet Potatoes are just so tasty and so good for us, I thought it would be great if I compiled all 4 blog posts into one post for your reference.
4 Whole 30 Sweet Potato Recipes
Whole 30 BBQ Pork Stuffed Sweet Potato
One of the most filling dishes during a Whole 30 for us, is a delicious stuffed potato. Whether it’s a regular potato or a sweet one you can never go wrong dressing it up a bit with some chicken, beef or pork, adding a Whole 30-compliant sauce and going to town. This Whole 30 BBQ Pork Stuffed Sweet Potato dish is definitely a dish that you will want to add to your weekly dinners for your family.
My Mom and I had leftover baked sweet potatoes inside of the fridge that we didn’t know what to do with and were not in the mood for leftovers. So, during this dilemma, we went to food testing. This is where we came up with a savory and sweet potato pancake latke– which we can both say came out super delicious not just for us, but also for my two-year old Son who gobbled it all down!
This sweet potato hash will become a staple in your Whole 30 recipe library, and I feel confident, a regular addition to your future grocery store hauls.
Whole 30 Sweet Potato Waffle Sandwich
If you are a HUGE waffle fan like me then you are going to love this recipe! I added a twist to it though, by making it have a nice little kick to it! If you do not want to add a kick, you can leave out the chili powder!
“There is no sincere love than the love of food.” George Bernard Shaw