As I mentioned yesterday, the cold weather around here is making it pretty impossible to want to do anything other than eat a big bowl of soup. Or stew. Or pasta. Or potatoes. Basically, any resolutions about healthy eating will have wait until after this windchill streak of 35 DEGREES BELOW ZERO is over. Or so I thought.
What screams “comfort” more than a huge bowl of mashed potatoes? Russets, redskins, sweet potatoes – I love all varieties of mashed goodness. While the sweet potatoes themselves are certainly a healthy eating superfood, it’s what you mash them with that can sometimes be the undoing of any diet plan. That’s why for these mashed sweet potatoes, instead of butter, I reached for I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter® Deliciously Simple™. This new spread has a creamy, buttery taste and is made with simple ingredients I recognize like non-fat yogurt and vegetable oil.
Deliciously Simple™ is perfect for cooking, and is also a great spread to have on hand to top your favorite breakfast breads. Because let’s face it, sometimes you just want to be able to slather an English muffin with something soft and spreadable, no effort required.
Deliciously Simple™ mashed into these warm potatoes beautifully and it had a creamy, rich flavor. With the addition of smoky and spicy chipotle peppers and a touch of maple syrup that echoed the sweetness of the potatoes, I basically want to just dive head-first in a giant bowl of this stuff and hang out in there until the temperature around here returns to normal (say, just 10 degrees below zero windchill?).
Try to stay warm, friends. And be sure to check out I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!® Deliciously Simple™. 100% Taste. 0% Artificial Preservatives. For all of your indulgent-tasting-yet-healthful comfort food needs.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter® through their partnership with POPSUGAR. While I was compensated to write a post about I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter® Deliciously Simple™, all opinions are my own. Sponsored posts help me pay for the costs associated with this blog (groceries…lots of groceries), and help support me as I pursue a career in recipe development and food photography.