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These Hasselback Sweet Potatoes are going to be your new favorite go-to side dish! Baking sweet potatoes is a simple and delicious way to savor your favorite spud… Not only are they healthier, but they are just tastier. I love the phrase that “Turn it up a Notch” from Emeril, because this is what we are going to do…. BROWN BUTTER…. BAMM!!!! – Just turned it up.
Hasselback sweet potatoes may be new to you… but I can tell you. It will be your NEW favorite way to bake your sweet potatoes.
Hasselback Sweet Potatoes with Brown Butter
This recipe may sound fancy or complicated, but it totally is not. The technique is simple, the potatoes are sliced two-thirds of the way through, seasoned with browned butter, maple syrup, and brown sugar, and then baked for 30 minutes. The result is potatoes that are tender on the inside and slightly crisp on the outside.
Perfect addition to your weeknight meal or special holiday meal.
One secret way to create hasselback sweet potatoes is to place the potato between two wooden spoons, and then slice through until the knife hits the spoon. This will leave them intact on the bottom of the potato, while giving them the slices you want. Since sweet potatoes take longer to bake than a regular potato, this method really cuts baking time in half. There are also Hasselback Potato Prep Kits that offer an easy place to put the potato while you slice them. Either are a great idea.
Press your brown sugar and seasoning into each slice so the flavor really soaks in for an amazing taste in every single bite.
Brown butter is a great addition as it really offers a rich flavor you are looking for. This takes just a few minutes, and will give you a resulting Hasselback Sweet Potatoes dish that everyone will rave over.
Add these to a casserole dish and bake for 30 minutes or until cooked through and soft. This is an easy and delicious choice that could also serve as a replacement for your traditional holiday sweet potato dishes! A new spin on an old favorite is always a great addition to your holiday meals.
Hasselback Sweet Potatoes with Brown Butter Recipe
- 2 sweet potatoes
- 3 tablespoons butter, real is best
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup (we used real, you can use what you like)
- Pinch salt & pepper
- Olive oil
- Slice the sweet potatoes ¾ of the way through, with each slice about ¼-1/2" apart. Place on a sheet pan.
- Drizzle with Olive oil and sprinkle with salt & pepper. Bake on 425 for 30 minutes (for large potatoes, adjust the time to 15 minutes for small, thin potatoes)
- While the potato bakes, heat a skillet over medium low. Add the butter and let it melt down. As the butter cooks it will become a darker color. Once the butter is a nice amber color, remove from heat.
- Remove the potato from the oven, pour the brown butter and the maple syrup all over so it drips between the slices. Reduce the oven to 350, bake until potato is fork tender.
Make our delicious Hasselback Sweet Potatoes with Brown Butter & Maple as a great side to your favorite grilled chicken, to be served by itself for lunch, or as a side dish for your holiday meals.
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Sunday Coupon Insert Preview
Looks like there is going to be FOUR Coupon Insert in this Sunday’s newspaper! Expect to find an inserts from (2) Smartsource, (2) Red Plum. It is going to be another great week for coupons. You can view this week’s Sunday Coupon Insert Preview below.
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18 AWESOME Uses for Borax
People have been using borax for over 100 years to clean their home and for use in their laundry. Known most commonly as Mule Team Borax, you can find this powder at most grocery stores, Wal-Mart and many online shops. It is relatively inexpensive which makes it a great choice for many household jobs. I put together a list on 18 Awesome Uses for Borax that I know you will love.
Borax also known as sodium borate; is white and consists of small tiny crystals. Is is a natural cleaner. By far Borax is very versatile and cheap. It is not harmful to the environment and is a house hold pantry staple of ours. I use Borax almost daily in my home and really you should be too.
First, let me start by stating that some of these uses are NOT endorsed by 20 Mule Team Borax, but I can attest that I have personally used Borax for everything mentioned below. Please use common sense and caution – don’t ingest, put in eyes or any other area of body, beware of allergic reactions, etc.
Borax is a natural product, but so is arsenic, so again PLEASE be careful and read the warnings! Have fun!
***Also, a quick note: If your Borax gets rock hard, throw some white rice in an old knee high and keep it in the box. The moisture will go to the rice and your Borax will remain granular.
Uses for Borax
Flea & Pest Killer
Sprinkle on DRY carpets and in corners, letting it sit at least 7 hours and if possible, as long as a day. The further you can get it into the carpet, the better. A push broom might help really getting the powder down. Vacuum thoroughly and repeat if pest problems persist. Try to keep everyone off of the carpet while it sits. **Keep in mind that you will also need to wash clothes, sheets, etc. and treat animals. Do NOT apply Borax directly to animals.
Use the same way as #1
Apply liberally to soiled area and let dry (soak up what you can with a paper towel prior). Vacuum thoroughly. This is especially helpful with dog or cat urine and you can barely spot it once it’s vacuumed.
Make into a paste with warm water and equal part baking soda. You can also use Borax and distilled vinegar. Both combos work well and leave grout looking new. Use a scrub brush.
This acts as an oxidizing bleach and is gentle on clothes, thus it will lighten/brighten clothes. Also, this raises the pH of the wash, so fatty/oily stains are also removed.
Cat Box Freshener
You do not want to use a lot, but sprinkle a tablespoon or two in the bottom. This is also good if you have a flea infestation.
Sprinkler around perimeters of garage, house, etc. Pests will not like the feel (or it will kill insects) and will not try to enter the perimeter.
Sprinkle into your sponge to help get the tough, cooked-on junk off easier.
Mix 1 ½ cups with a gallon of vinegar and mist on leaves of weeds. This will kill ALL plants, so avoid the ones you don’t want to kill. You can also sprinkle it dry where you’ve seen weeds. Spread the powder down heavily will prevent weeds from even popping up.
Put a cup or two in a small box or tin, poking holes in the top. Leave in the refrigerator, closet, etc. and it will keep it smelling fresh.
Mixing 1 cup of Borax with 2 cups of warm water and 1 tablespoon of lemon juice works wonders on rust leave on for 15 minute.. This works well on things other than dishes, too. You can use it to remove rust from appliances and virtually anything metal. Stubborn rust spots leave on additional 15 – 20 minutes.
There are tons of recipes out there, but this is the easiest.
Not only does Borax kill bed bugs, but it can revive an old mattress. Sprinkle on mattress, let it sit for 7 hours, and vacuum off.
Help Trees Grow
in small amounts, Borax can be a fertilizer. Around the base of a tree sprinkle a tablespoon. Only do this once a year.
Borax Crystals or Snowflakes
A kid friendly Science experiment, read more here.
Another amazing kids friendly craft. Cheap, fun and this activities keeps my kids entertained for hours. Be ware: Keep away from carpeted areas. From experience, (oops) doesn’t remove easily. See our recipe here.
Filter Cleaner for your Stove Hood
Take 1/4 cup Borax and fill sink with about a gallon of very hot water. Soak Hood Filter until clean. Just watch the grease come off.
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