Sweet potatoes are quite a nice and healthy food that can satisfy your urge for something sweet and savory while not having a ton of carbs or fats. They are incredibly versatile, and you can make a lot of different dishes from them. They can be used as a component of the main dish, for a salad or a side dish and can easily fill the role of a dessert or an appetizer. What’s not to love about them?
Well, one problem is that they can’t be easily found at all times of the year. You might find yourself wanting a sweet potato pie but not being able to get the needed ingredients at your local grocery store or, worse yet, finding them but at an exorbitant price.
In that case, buying them while they are easily available and cheap, during the fall, and then making your little stockpile in the freezer is probably the best choice. However, freezing something as delicate as sweet potatoes properly is tricky, and you might just ruin them if you’re not careful. To that end, we made this article to inform you about sweet potatoes and the best ways to freeze them and keep them ready for cooking at any time.