Your pantry deserves an overhaul with the change of season; make room for the fresh ingredients used in spring cooking by getting rid of wintery staples like leftover sweet potatoes.
Sweet Potato Chips
The grocery store is loaded with products claiming to be healthy, and sweet potato chips are a perfect example. If your store-bought sweet potato chips are made with more than just sweet potatoes, oil, and salt or spices, you can make a better-for-you version at home in a few simple steps. Click here for the recipe.
Sweet Potato Biscuits
The great thing about this recipe is that it’s perfect for using up already-cooked leftovers. Whether your sweet potatoes are roasted or mashed, measure out a cup and add it into your biscuit dough for a sweet and savory treat. Click here for the recipe.
Super Sweet Potato Salad
This healthy, delicious, and filling salad is easy to make and perfect for anyone who packs his or her lunch. It’s full of colorful produce and topped with scratch-made maple vinaigrette. Click here for the recipe.
Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal’s Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.