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  1. Dani @ Body By Nature

    YUM! I love to spread sweet potato puree on brown rice wraps, fold it over and bake to make a quesdilla!

  2. shannonmarie (rawdorable)

    I love sweet potatoes. My favorite way to eat them is extremely simple. I just bake them and that’s it. Nothing added … but I think your recipe looks delicious, too.

    Sorry to hear about the fire damage to your apartment and the condo being a “no-go.” I hope it means an even better home is in your future.

  3. bitt

    So sorry about the fire and bummer about the condo too, I hope you find something else soon. I know what it’s like to be in a house that doesn’t feel liveable, it’s rough.

    I often put coconut oil on my sweet potatoes, so good!

  4. Robyn

    Yum,,,baked the sweet potato last night and now have put together for breakfast(layered with homemade granola and other fruits. I added 2 dates instead of stevia, little more liquid(for the chia seeds) and almond butter(out of coconut oil/butter)…I usually have an avocado pudding for breakfast(sometimes add squash)<3

  5. Malin

    So sorry about the fire! :(( Have had that experience myself. NOT FUN! Glad you’re OK though and making awesome food as always! I’m attending the Matthew Kenney Academy this month…have a look at my blog if you want! 😀

  6. foodfeud

    Sounds fabulous.I usually find sweet potatoes plenty sweet and tend to use them in savory ways and I forget they can be great sweet too! Sorry to hear about yr troubles but I hope things will straighten out.

  7. Carrie

    yum! That looks really good!

  8. pure2rawtwins

    yum! love sweet potatoes!!

  9. Ela

    Yum–that is exactly my kind of comfort food! There was a while a couple years ago when I was practically living on pureed cooked carrots with a little either coconut oil or homemade hazelnut butter added, and cinnamon and/or cardamom. Right now, I can barely imagine eating carrots other than raw, but the orangeness and the sweet-potato-ness and the warm spiciness sound just like something I’d go for. Actually, dare I say it, the cooked-ness too: my tummy’s been so unhappy lately, and pureed/cooked can be just right.

    I hope the house/home situation finds its own best solution. I’m sure there would have been something not right for you about that condo, and that you’re just getting into position to find the “right” home. Hope you get out of the smokiness soon, before you start putting liquid smoke in everything (or get put off from doing so forever after–either one would be unfortunate).

    Drop me a line any time you want to chat about the health issues–I know we share some in common 😉

  10. Hannah

    Oh my darling soul sister, I’m so sorry about your topsy turvy (let’s be honest; mostly turvy) week. I know that you know this, but I just have to reiterate how often I think of you and my hands itch to write to you (ignoring the 70+ emails I need to respond to 😉 ), but I hold off out of fear of being an extra stress on your time. But you know – ALWAYS know – that I am here if ever you need me or want someone to talk to/at. There is so much fabulous exciting wonderment of bliss in this year for you, but sometimes the universe can’t help itself from being a poophead. (And yes, that word replaced a far less public-friendly one that I initially typed.) (And I also just made the typo “pubic-friendly”. I know you’ll appreciate that.)

    Love you love you, and here’s to the even better place that’s awaiting you and Matt because this one clearly wasn’t awesome enough to withstand the two of you.


  11. Kris

    Hey Doll!! I LOVE Sweet Tatters!!!!! Ahhhh I haven’t been able to have them lately with my diet 🙁 Boo…but when I can, I’m making THIS! Oooooo lala


  12. Tamara Lukie

    holy cow does this look like it would hit the spot anyday anytime!!! thanks for the recipe!!!

  13. Bobbie {thevegancrew}

    This looks so good, especially on a dreary, overcast day like today. I *love* sweet potatoes. I’ll take ’em any way I can get ’em, but I usually eat them roasted.

  14. Simone

    I LOVE sweet potatoes! My favorite kind is Asian Sweet potatoes from our Farmers’ Market. I used to eat sweet potatoes with lots of salted butter and brown sugar. Now I more greatly enjoy the flavor of them “naked,” baked, hot or cold, day or night, in fact, I’m going to have one right now!

  15. Lou

    Sweet potato, maple syrup, tahini and salt – sounds weird, but dang it is GOOD! Hey, a 2nd book? Awesome!

  16. Travis

    Yummy! Thanks for posting…

  17. arisha

    Hey Amber you should try this as a snack: boiled sweet potato cut in chunks not really soft a bit hard with lemon juice and chat masala. I see you like masalas so definitely try it! my mom’s from pakistan and always gives this to us it’s great and a bit tart! 😀 good luck