Sweet PotatOHs: A Quick and Healthy Dinner

Stuffed Sweet PotatOH

When we say “sweet potato,” if you think “thanksgiving” and “marshmallows” you’re not alone. But if you’re only eating them once a year, you’re really missing out! Naturally fat- and cholesterol-free, one large sweet potato boasts a host of benefits:

  • 4g protein
  • 6g fiber
  • A mega-dose of vitamin A
  • More than half your daily vitamin C
  • Plenty of potassium and vitamin B
  • Oodles of beta-carotene, an antioxidant
  • Only 180 calories

Ready in under 7 minutes, making an Express Bake Sweet PotatOH is one of the world’s fastest ways to enjoy this very nutritious vegetable, so go for it! You can buy some the next time you’re shopping for groceries, or make an order on our website today and have them shipped right to your door.


Who Loves Sweet PotatOHs? Daria Loves Sweet PotatOHs!

The only thing we love more than sweet potatoes is other people who love Sweet PotatOHs, too. Maybe that’s an exaggeration. But maybe not, in the case of Daria McDermott.

Daria, who lives in New York and works in the Big Apple, has a great blog devoted to working out and eating healthy. So it’s no surprise that (1) she’s really busy and (2) she knows her nutrition, too. She’s kind of an expert in fast, healthy eating. So we were super excited to see her post two dinner ideas that use Sweet PotatOHs, and we’re sharing them with you.

Daria’s Sweet PotatOH Recipes

Sweet Potato with Salmon
Seared Salmon and Sweet PotatOH Recipe

This dish is simple and fast, and with the colors of the Sweet PotatOH and salmon on the plate are amazing. And we love the fact that Daria let the natural flavors of the food shine through. This is a perfect weeknight dinner that fills you up, doesn’t require many ingredients, and leaves you feeling healthy and satisfied.


Sweet PotatOH with Turkey Cutlets
Turkey and Sweet PotatOH in Coconut Milk Recipe

Another simple, fast option with just the right amount of seasonings. We thought the almonds were a very nice touch! This recipe is perfect on its own, or you could do a tiny bit of tinkering: try adding Thai or Indian flavors to the coconut milk (lemon grass, curry paste, lime and basil) or even cinnamon and nutmeg.

If you have a great recipe for PotatOHs you’d like to share, let us know!

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