These versatile Rosemary White Sweet Potatoes (AIP/Paleo) can be used as a side dish for dinner – or as breakfast potatoes! Similar in flavor to potatoes, but not inflammatory.
There is just something about the combination of potatoes, onions and rosemary. I love it, especially for my breakfast potatoes! Of course you could have these as a side dish at other meals. I just prefer them at breakfast. 😊
Why sweet potatoes?
Have you ever found yourself uncomfortable after eating regular potatoes? You may be sensitive to them! They are in a class of plants called nightshades, or Solanaceae. They contain a chemical meant to be a natural insecticide for the plant, but some of us react to that chemical! (For the science behind this, please refer to this article by Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, as she’s the scientist, and I’m just the chick slinging the recipes!)
The great news about this recipe is that white sweet potatoes are not nightshades, but tubers. Woo hoo! This way, we can get our potato fix without causing inflammation in our bodies. Yay for us!
Here are some ideas for serving:
- With eggs (if tolerated) and bacon
- With AIP Breakfast Sausage
- Next to Turkey Apple Sliders
- As a side for Tender & Tangy Brisket
- With Roasted Grape Chicken Thighs
Whatever you decide to do with these, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! As always, I am wishing you great love and deep healing.
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