• Organic Sweet Potatoes

Organic Sweet Potatoes

Flavorful and sweet – Sweet Potatoes are so delicious that it’s easy to forget you’re eating something so good for you. They’re loaded with Fiber, Beta Carotene, Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Manganese. There is an amazing spectrum of healthy “any day” recipe ideas to enjoy along with all of the traditional Easter and Passover holiday recipes you’re probably familiar with.

Orange-flesh Sweet Potatoes are ideal for boiling, whipping, roasting and casseroles. They’re also great for baking – try some Baked Sweet Potato Fries with Taco Seasoning!

Organic Sweet Potato (Yam) Buyer Guide by Variety

  • Jewel Yams are gorgeous with a reddish-purple skin and deep orange flesh that is quite moist.
  • Garnet Yams are an ever-popular variety that features orange-red skin and vivid orange flesh.
  • Covington Sweets are grown prominently in North Carolina. They’re an all-purpose, red-tan skin variety with moist orange flesh.
  • Japanese Sweets (aka Oriental Sweets) have purple skin with white flesh and feature a very sweet flavor and firm, dry texture.
  • Hannah Sweets have a light yellow to tan skin with white flesh that has mild flavor and excellent sweetness.
  • Stokes Purple Sweets have violet skin with anti-oxidant rich, deep purple flesh that is drier and waxier than other varieties with a sweet and lightly earthy flavor.

Sweet Potato Tips

  • Orange-flesh Sweet Potatoes are ideal for boiling, whipping, roasting, casseroles, fries and baking.
  • White-flesh Sweet Potatoes have a drier texture and are excellent for baking, roasting or pan frying.
  • At home, Sweet Potatoes do not get stored in the fridge. Simply, keep them in a cool, dry place like the bottom or your pantry.
  • Do not seal uncooked Sweet Potatoes inside a plastic bag during storage. Some ventilation is best.

Recipe Ideas

Our Own Sweet Potato Recipes

Roasted Chipotle Sweet Potato Fries

Roasted Sweet Potato Taco Fries

Roasted Roots & Brussels Sprouts