One base slow cooker recipe for crock pot sweet potatoes, and three ways to serve them! Sweet potatoes made in the slow cooker are oh-so-creamy. You’ll never want to make them in the oven again!
Note: This is a new series where I provide one base slow cooker recipe and three ways to serve it. For the links to the ways to serve these crock pot sweet potatoes, scroll to the bottom of the post.
Guys, I am really excited to start a new series on the blog. One thing I’ve come to realize over the past year is that you guys LOVE slow cooker recipes. And that’s just awesome, because I love my slow cooker, too!
One problem I’ve always had with my slow cooker is that often times it cooks really large batches of food. Big batch shredded chicken, or beef, or large amounts of sweet potatoes. As a family of three, we always end up with lots of left-overs.
Rather than eat the same dish over and over again, I thought it would be great to come up with multiple ways to use these left-overs!
Even if you have a big family and don’t end up with left-overs, I hope these recipes can help you diversify your dinner routines. Having slow cooked portions (be it chicken, beef, or sweet potatoes) on hand makes dinner SO much quicker to whip up.
So let’s get started! Today I am sharing a (ridiculously easy) recipe for crock pot sweet potatoes. If you can even call it a recipe. Because all it is is sweet potatoes + slow cooker. And after 8 hours on low, you are going to have the most tender, creamy sweet potatoes ever!
Wrap ’em in some aluminum foil (I like this because then you can just pop them into a tupperware in the fridge and they seem to keep pretty well this way). Place in the slow cooker. You can probably fit 3-5, depending on the size of the potatoes, into a 4-quart slow cooker.
Cook on low for 8 hours.
And voila! Perfectly cooked, ultra creamy sweet potatoes!
Now what? Here are 3 brand new recipes to use your crock pot sweet potatoes!
- 3-5 sweet potatoes (depending on the size of the sweet potatoes and the size of your slow cooker)
- Wash sweet potatoes and pat dry.
- Wrap in aluminum foil and arrange in your slow cooker. Place the larger sweet potatoes on the bottom and any smaller ones on top.
- Cook on low for 8 hours.
Calories 150 // Fat 0 g // Saturated Fat 0 g // Cholesterol 0 mg // Sodium 65 mg // Carbohydrate 37 g // Fiber 6 g // Sugars 12 g // Protein 4 g