December 3, 2013

So, these potatoes. They've just been the perfect little side dish in my life lately. We can't get enough. And they're my 2 year old's favorite! I've been serving them alongside eggs to make an easy breakfast for dinner, and making them at lunchtime with some guacamole and grass-fed beef, which becomes sort of a deconstructed sweet potato taco. If you still have leftover Thanksgiving turkey or you're having chicken-something for dinner tonight, throw some of these on the side! We often make them with olive oil, but also love them with coconut oil, so try them out both ways. mm.



Yesterday we decked our halls. I could not wait to unfold this vintage poinsettia tablecloth and get it out on our table! It was found last year at a thrift store for a dollar. The green ceramic Christmas tree came from my sister-in-law's garage sale, the stockings are thrifted, and paper chains are homemade, of course. I love collecting bits and pieces of Christmas cheer that will be so nostalgic for our kids someday. What's your favorite Christmas decoration? I'm still on the lookout for the perfect little nativity scene for our home. 

3 comments:

Shanna Mallon said...

This is literally exactly our favorite way to have sweet potatoes, but with coconut oil. And sometimes we do half moons instead of cubes. But it is so good and so simple! Game changer for sweet potatoes, for sure.

merry Christmasing! : )

Laura Railing said...

These look like the perfect thing for growing toddlers and a yummy side dish for any meal. Yum!

Sharon said...

Just made these for dinner tonight- yum! Thanks for the new recipe.

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Hello, I'm Summer. A people-loving introvert whose hope and life is in Jesus. His promises are my passion and my ministry is homelife. This blog is a place for me to write about everyday things. Especially food. My favorite thing to do is sit around a table, lingering over a long meal with good conversation. I live with my husband and our 2 littles. We like blizzards, thrifting, grammar, guacamole, cheerful hearts, nice manners, good movies, and making simple, real, nutrient-dense food.

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