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Bet You Never Thought Of Making Them This Way Before
Imagine pulling these sweet potato biscuits right out of the oven and serving them with a pat of warm butter. Yum! What a treat for your friends and family. Sweet potato biscuits are something that should be on every holiday table. They are not hard to make and they taste incredible. Now, don’t get me wrong, I don’t have anything against regular white flour biscuits, but these little sweet potato things are truly something special. In fact, I’ll be making them even when the holidays are over. Yum!
I did a test run with these sweet potato biscuits the other day and my kids really liked them. I asked my husband if he would like to try one and he said, “Why are they orange?” I knew by the look on his face that he was concerned I had put some sort of “health food” in the biscuits. I told him not to worry, that the orange hue was from sweet potatoes and to please try one of these delicious biscuits. He obliged, and boy was he ever glad that he did!
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Quick tip: Serve warm with butter.