Stuffed Sweet Potato Balls are so EZPZ!

This recipe is so easy.. that I’m not sure how to post it. I’ll post photos when I get home.. I’m without a memory card reader, right now.

Day ahead:

  • Make the marshmallows a day before. They cut, easier, with a knife, when they’ve sat for 24 hours. (No refrigeration necessary.)
  • Toast a small bag of sweetened coconut (Spread onto a cookie sheet, bake, stirring every few minutes, at 350 degrees, until 1/2 of it looks evenly browned.) (You can do this the same day, but wait until they cool, so you can handle it.)

Cut marshmallows into one inch squares.

Bake sweet potatoes. Estimate 1/2 medium potato for each person you are serving.

Peel or scoop and add butter. (I use about a tablespoon per serving, or two tablespoons per medium sized potato.)

With your hands, mold potatoes around a marshmallow, and roll into toasted coconut.

Bake at 400 degrees, to heat through, about 20-25 minutes.

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Stuffed Sweet Potato Balls are so EZPZ!

This recipe is so easy.. that I’m not sure how to post it. I’ll post photos when I get home.. I’m without a memory card reader, right now.

Day ahead:

  • Make the marshmallows a day before. They cut, easier, with a knife, when they’ve sat for 24 hours. (No refrigeration necessary.)
  • Toast a small bag of sweetened coconut (Spread onto a cookie sheet, bake, stirring every few minutes, at 350 degrees, until 1/2 of it looks evenly browned.) (You can do this the same day, but wait until they cool, so you can handle it.)

Cut marshmallows into one inch squares.

Bake sweet potatoes. Estimate 1/2 medium potato for each person you are serving.

Peel or scoop and add butter. (I use about a tablespoon per serving, or two tablespoons per medium sized potato.)

With your hands, mold potatoes around a marshmallow, and roll into toasted coconut.

Bake at 400 degrees, to heat through, about 20-25 minutes.

(photos coming)

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