How To Have Sweet Potatoes For Dinner Every Night This Week

I love sweet potatoes–love them. The problem is, I feel like I always prepare them the same three ways and it can get boring. Here are seven definitely not-boring sweet potato recipes to make sure you can keep eating your favorite starch every day of the week.

MONDAY: Sweet Potato Avocado Tacos [x]

This recipe from Love and Lemons combines the roasted flavor of sweet potatoes that we know and love with our other favorite thing–tacos.

TUESDAY: Slow Cooker Turkey Quinoa Chili With Sweet Potatoes and Black Beans [x]

What’s easier than a slow cooker dinner? Probably nothing. This recipe from Well Plated is a delicious, throw-in-the-pot recipe that you can ignore the entire day. Even more importantly, you get to add your favorite IPA into the mix.

WEDNESDAY: Twice Baked Chicken Fajita Sweet Potatoes [x]

There’s just something about sweet potatoes and black beans that make for an unbelievably delicious combination. Don’t let the “twice baked” part of the title scare you away. Cafe Delites has also prepared a fast, shortcut version for those looking to speed up the process.

THURSDAY: Creamy Thai Sweet Potato Curry [x]

This recipe from Pinch of Yum is not only speedy, but also low calorie and full of flavor. It’s very customizable! Prepare with or without rice, prepare with or without chicken–you decide!

FRIDAY: Chicken Skillet with Sweet Poatoes, Brussel Sprouts, and Sauteed Apples [x]

Another recipe from Well Plated, this dinner takes only 30 minutes.

SATURDAY: Smoky Sweet Potato Burgers with Roasted Garlic Cream and Avocado [x]

You’ll never miss the burger patty once you try these sweet potato burgers. Check out this recipe from How Sweet It Is.

SUNDAY: Baked Black Bean and Sweet Potato Flautas [x]

Giving up meat doesn’t mean giving up flavor. Try these black bean and sweet potato flautas for a delicious meal that the entire family will love. Get the recipe here from Peas and Crayons.

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