Deck the table with one of our sweet potato pies and you'll be spreading scrumptious holiday cheer.
Pies come in all shapes and sizes this time of year, but there are a few classics that no holiday table is complete without.
What's topping that list? Sweet potato pie. We'll start you off with a basic recipe that is complemented with delicious Spiced
Cream Topping—you won't be able to resist.
Tangy cream cheese and sweetened condensed milk combine for a creamy contrast to the sweet potato layer. You can prepare this pie up to two days ahead and refrigerate.
View Recipe: Sweet Potato Pie with Spiced Cream Topping
Five-spice powder is a blend of cinnamon, cloves, fennel seed, star anise, and Szechuan peppercorns that can be found in the
spice aisle of most supermarkets. If five-spice powder is unavailable, use pumpkin pie spice.
View Recipe: Five-Spice Sweet Potato Pie
To cook the sweet potatoes in a flash, pierce each one a few times with a fork, place in a pie plate with two tablespoons
water, cover loosely with wax paper, and microwave at high five minutes or until tender.
View Recipe: Harvest Sweet Potato Pecan Pie Tarts
Be sure to look for the pure maple syrup to use in this recipe. It adds just a hint of sweetness that doesn't overpower the
other flavors of the tart. You can make this dessert up to 2 days ahead; keep it refrigerated until you're ready to serve
View Recipe: Sweet Potato Tart with Pecan Crust
This post-dinner treat is going to be a holiday hit. Bourbon packs a kick of flavor that guests will find irresistible.
View Recipe: Sweet Potato-Bourbon Tart
Toasted pecans make a delicious garnish, adding crunch and adorning it like a necklace.
View Recipe: Silky Sweet Potato and Pecan Pie