Cabbage is a great vegetable to cook with and the same goes for whipped cream, which is a popular whipping cream recipe in the UK.
The only problem is you can’t make the recipe in a crockpot or a pressure cooker because the ingredients must be stored in a refrigerated bag.
That means you can use the recipe on a regular basis, but you won’t be able to make the creamy version at home.
You could make it in a microwave or on the stovetop, but there are a few other options.
This simple whipped cream recipe from the recipe blog, by the talented Amy, uses sweet potatoes as a base.
Amy recommends using frozen sweet potatoes, which are easy to buy, because they’re so healthy and easy to cook.
She also recommends boiling the sweet potatoes for a few minutes at a time, because you’ll need the liquid to thicken it up.
It makes for a super smooth and creamy whipped cream.
I can’t wait to try it out.
If you’re a fan of sweet potatoes or sweet potato casserole, you’ll love Amy’s recipe.
She’s a winner.
Sweet potato cakes are a great dessert for the holidays, or you can make them ahead of time and freeze them for the winter.
The recipe is a must-make for anyone looking to celebrate Christmas with a healthy, hearty breakfast.
Amy, who has a master’s degree in food science, has a knack for cooking healthy, filling dishes.
She writes cookbooks, recipe guides and even a cookbook for preschoolers.
Read more from Amy.
The perfect holiday recipe for sweet potatoes Sweet potato cake recipe from Amy from The Simple and Delicious Recipe Blog.
Recipe adapted from Amy, Sweet Potato Cake Recipe with Pecans, Creamy Sweet Potato Pancakes.
Ingredients: 1 1/2 pounds sweet potatoes (or any type of sweet potato)