Sweet Potatoes Baked To Freeze
My daddy was a sweet potato lover, too. I'm posting this recipe in his memory since he passed away 20 years ago today. He loved for mother to make sweet potato fritters. I miss him so much! 3/8/2013
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- raw sweet potatoes
- aluminum foil
2Place wrapped potatoes on a foil-lined baking sheet and place into hot oven. Bake at 400 degrees (or higher) until good and tender. I usually bake mine at 450 degrees for around 2 hours. This, of course, depends on how many you are baking and how big the potatoes are. If baking two pans at the time it may take approximately two hours or so.
5FOR BAKED POTATOES: Once thawed, remove foil (do not peel-leaving skin on seems to help keep them moist) and re-wrap in new foil. Place in oven or toaster oven on 350 to 400 degrees to heat up. Be sure to put them on a foil-lined baking pan just in case juices leak out. TIP: If I want to bake them in a hurry I put them on 375 or 400. If I'm not in a hurry I heat them at 350 degrees. I normally heat them for around 30 minutes or so. Remove foil and skins. Split the long way, add a pat of butter & cinnamon if desired.