Sweet potato pies are all the rage for Thanksgiving this year. Apparently pumpkin’s out, and sweet potatoes are in. Sweet potato pies aren’t that difficult to make, but if you’re going to make one from scratch, you’ll need a good sweet potato pie recipe, like this one from Alton Brown from the Food Network.
But there are other good recipes out there, and here’s a selection of them:
I’ve been modifying traditional recipes for years, trying to make them healthier. Here’s my own sweet potato pie recipe as best I can describe it because I am a cook it from scratch type of guy in the kitchen.
It’s just not Thanksgiving without the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and a wedge of pumpkin or sweet potato pie.
“The recipe is so good,” Cindy said, “that it has been our favorite for the past 50 years.”
And who should know better than the wife of a sweet potato grower?
Looking for a sweet potato pie recipe, you came to the right place. Every year, I love to make this recipe and share my fabulous baking talent with my loved ones. Not only is this recipe easy, but it doesn’t require a whole lot of groceries.
Ferguson has been making sweet potato pies for so long she can judge how much of each ingredient she needs without measuring. Six sweet potatoes should make two pies, she says. She uses two eggs for each pie.
While there are sweet potato pie recipes galore, there are differences about the best recipes among the ranks of sweet potato pie lovers. For instance, Ferguson says some people use regular milk, but she only uses Eagle Brand. She also skips the myriad spices and flavoring some recipes list.
“I only use cinnamon and nutmeg and I don’t use vanilla flavor because I want to taste the pie, not the flavor,” she says. Contrary to what many recipes call for, she bakes hers slow, at 250 degrees.
So give a sweet potato pie a try using one of these recipes.