Rebecca Gordon is a media personality, published cookbook author, and southern lifestyle expert specializing in food and entertaining. She’s also known for tailgating and southern football. She currently writes the blog Buttermilk Lipstick and can be found on Twitter or Facebook.
Let’s discuss how to celebrate the season without a lot of rig-a-ma-role. It’s as easy as…pie!
Celebrating #Smoovember is as easy as pushing a button on your Hamilton Beach Smoothie Smart™ Blender (56206). Make them big or make them small; they are the perfect sweet ending to a casual get-together with friends or dessert on a Tuesday night.
I like to bake several extra sweet potatoes when making sweet potato casserole or if I’m going to have one in place of a regular baked potato for supper. They come in handy for moments like these.
To bake, pierce the potatoes several times with a fork and place on a foil-lined half sheet pan. Bake at 450 degrees F for an hour and twenty minutes or until tender when tested with a fork. One 16 ounce sweet potato will yield a generous cup mashed.
The spiced pie crust sticks are served along with mini marshmallows on wooden picks as a delicious garnish. Listen to “Sweet Potato Pie” by Ray Charles while you make them.