Baked Purple Japanese Sweet Potatoes with Ginger spiced Pineapples

No dessert. No problem. So I am doing a spiritual cleanse. You know the first thing I crave is something sweet. I make my own sweet treats and they are usually made with organic sugar, maple syrup or honey. Lately maple syrup, because of some disturbing things I heard about bee farms. :(.

So I am super craving something yummy and says, Dessert!!  Desperate times call for desperate measures.

I made these yummy and sweet purple sweet potatoes and added some pineapples on top after they baked with a little ginger, cardamom and cinnamon. They are so delicious. Sweet craving conquered.

Japanese Purple Sweet Potatoes with Ginger Pineapples.
Japanese Purple Sweet Potatoes with Ginger Pineapples.

Baked Purple Japanese Sweet Potatoes

2 small to medium sweet potatoes

1 tsp olive oil, or not

2 sheets of parchment paper

1/2 cup pineapples, diced

1/2 tsp ginger powder

1/2 tsp cinnamon

1/4 tsp cardamom

pinch of sea salt

Heat oven to 400° F. Pierce each sweet potato several times with the tines of a fork. Place the sweet potatoes on the baking sheet lined with parchment paper, drizzle with oil if you like. Bake until tender, about 45 minutes. Make a slit in the top of each sweet potato. In a bowl add the pineapples and the spices together. Add the pineapples in the middle of the slit of each potatoes. I removed parchment paper from the cookie sheet and put the potatoes back onto the cookie sheet  (because the paper will burn under a broiler, so please remove it.)

I drizzled a little coconut oil over the potatoes and put them under the broiler until the tips got a little caramelized, keep an eye on them, because they will burn.  Remove from the broiler and carefully plate. Enjoy your Nature’s Sugar.

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I am a yoga and meditation practitioner, the owner and creator of B'Tyli Natural Skin Therapies. I am a nutrition consultant and pursuing my degree in Holistic Nutrition,at Clayton College of Natural Health. I am mom of 2 boys, 27 years old, 13 years old and a 3 year old granddaughter. I have been married for 18 years to a wonderful man, who on June 17th donated his kidney to me. I have lived with chronic illness for 20 years and have learned so many spiritual lessons from this experience.I am currently publishing a book titled, Living within the Silver Lining( finding your blessings within the dark clouds). I love life and live it fully each day. Love to cook so check out my weekly or maybe daily recipes. Healthy and Delicious!!!

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